Learning to drive is an exciting experience, many young people wait in anticipation of their 17th birthday to get started on their driving lessons.
It's also common to find learner drivers starting their driving lessons later in life,infact recently I have recently taught 3 drivers the youngest was 38 and the oldest 67!
Lots of learners focus on their driving test, but passing a test is only the start, you should be learning to drive with a driving Instructor who teaching methods will allow to meet your aims, but also teach you how to drive any car, how to understand car control and the huge responsability that driving involves (one of the major reasons people fail driving test is they simply have been taught incorrectly).
I believe the correct way to teach someone to drive is to educate on;
— Car control and understanding its limitations
— Develop early stage thinking skills once Controls are understood
— Taking responsability as a driver and complying with laws and regulations
— Becoming an independent driver by Concentrating hard and learning advanced thinking techniques
— Route planning, fuel saving ,vechile maintainence,enviromental impact of driving
— Weather Systems and your wellbeing,life style and its impact on your drivingand other road users
— Avoiding Crashing,road rage,distractions,and breaking the law
— Enjoying driving and easily passing your driving test!
I conduct driving lessons around all areas of Biddulph and other local areas, look out for me in my Blue Vw Golf.I have been a driving instructor since 2005 and have numerous industry qualifactions.
Before Adam, I have had a previous driving instructor, failed my test twice, and then stopped because I went to university. I pick up driving again for the summer holidays and thought I needed a fresh start with someone different. Adam is a Brilliant driving instructor he is calm, supportive and gives concise advice. He doesn't just teach you how to pass a test (like some driving instructors do!) he teaches you how to DRIVE. I have learnt a lot from Adam in such a short space of time 10 lessons in fact. You can definitely tell the difference between instructors. Adam was flexible and always managed to fit in regular lessons.I would highly recommend Adam to anyone. (If you can't pass with Adam, then you may as well give up!
What would you like me to teach you on your driving lessons?
• Driving tuition on how to drive a car properly and understand why you are doing it?
• Qualitiy driving lessons that allow you,once ready, to pass your driving test easily?
• How to be confident,economic new driver and how to avoid crashing of course!
• How to really enjoy your driving and the opportunities it brings.
• Learn a little about basic car maintainence on your driving lessons to pare for road.
• I can teach you all you need so why not get in contact with me to start your driving lessons and learn a fantastic new skill.
Before starting to learn to drive you must have your provisional license and be able to meet current eyesight tests, and be in generally good health.
Direct Gov has the most upto date information for new and experienced drivers.
Learning to drive is a serious commitment to study and practice in your own time if possible,whilst taking professional driving lessons and also being able to fund the cost of your driver training.
It's estimated that the average pupil will take approximately 2.3hrs x their age; if you're 17 you would expect to have around 39hours driving lessons, plus private practice. This is obviously a guide to help you budget, however every pupil learns to drive at a different pace.