Learning to drive can be an expensive business. Statistics from the DSA show that on average, about 45 hours of professional driver training combined with 22 hours of private practice is required.
With the average price of a driving lesson set at over £20, it is worthwhile doing some homework before booking lessons.
Here are a few things to consider:
Should you book lessons with an independent driving instructor or a large driving school?
Is it easier to learn in a diesel or petrol powered car?
Should you learn in an automatic or a car with manual transmission?
Are all driving instructors equally qualified?
Should you choose a male or a female instructor?
Is an intensive course better than regular driving lessons?
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