Book Driving Lessons West Derby with Insight 2 Drive
Did you get to this page because you were looking for driving lessons West Derby, well you have come to the right place. You are probably aware of much of what I am going to tell you but here goes anyway. In this country (The UK) the current minimum age for starting to learn to drive a car is 17. You can send off for your provisional licence when you are 16 and 9 months but you can’t start driving lessons West Derby until you’re 17th birthday.
Now you are ready to take your driving lessons West Derby, insight 2 Drive will support you from start to finish. Past pupils have found that although we are not the cheapest when it comes to hourly lesson rates we do work out to be a better financial option because lessons are tailored to the individual. Some national branded firms may have the slot you want for your lesson and the lesson rate may be less than ours but statistically the pass percentage is lower with some National companies.
Speed is not The Object
At insight 2 Drive we understand that all of us have our preferred way of learning and therefore some people will learn quicker, but the instructors have to be accountable for some of the successes and failures, as it is down to their teaching methods that can speed up or slow down a learner. You’re driving lessons West Derby can by conducted by a male or female instructor if you have a particular preference. All of the instructors are trained to teach you how to become a good safe driver in your own right. The skills you will learn can be used in any car and will stay with you for the rest of your life so learn them well and use them wisely, and good luck with your future tests.
Local Merseyside Driving Instructor was so fed up with learners wanting the cheapest driving lesson possible she made a 3 part film on how not to give a lesson. Driving instructors who are charging less and less per hour are simply not making a profit and any business that does not make a profit will go under. So how are these instructors doing it? They must simply be working long hours or cutting corners. Kathy runs Insight 2 Drive a school with 10 instructors all trying to make a decent living while giving a professional service, however it is becoming harder and harder as the public simply do not know what a driving lesson is and the fact they are not all the same, buying a lesson is not the same as buying a bag of sugar. Kathy said “if only people could see exactly what they are getting for their money, they would know it is more cost effective to simply pay professional prices for a professional instructor who will do the job properly and first time. She also said learning to drive is a life skill and should be done properly as it could turn out to be a live saving skill. Parents will invest lots of money for piano lessons, university education, parties, but want to pay as little as possible for lesson in the very thing that could end their lives if not done properly” Kathy is one of the most qualified instructors in the country and has put a lot of time and effort keeping herself up to date with current thinking and training styles. She is also the secretary of the IMTD (Institute of Master Tutors of Driving. She has been in the industry over 13 years and started teaching learners back in 1999 and charged £15 per hour for ‘mates rates’ the normal price was £18, fuel was around 65p per litre. Today there are instructors charging less than £15 per hour with fuel costing over twice as much, insurance, car prices and everything else going up! So how can these instructors make ends meet? Learners think they are getting good value for money but in reality they are being short changed, by instructors having to spend as long as possible at the side of the road, not using fuel and or working lengthy hours raising the questions on fatigue and job satisfaction. Does the person on lesson 10 on that day get the same service they one on lesson 1 got? Kathy has produced a 3 part film which is available on you tube to highlight what a bad lesson would go like. The film is meant to be fun and very much tongue in cheek, the improvised script was taken from feedback given by learners who have had bad experiences during lessons. So please consider what the real cost of cheap driving lessons. You may be paying less per hour but the overall cost could well be greater. If the training has been focused on a simple test pass instead of equipping the person to drive in the real world then it could result in a very costly post test pass crash. You can view the short films here. For more information and comments contact Kathy Higgins on 07748 303545 or Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org