A1 : NO! Unlike many schools, all our lessons are conducted on a one to one basis and you will not be sharing your lessons with other pupils.
A2 : There are many factors that determine how many lessons you will end up needing. Age, gender, attitude, personality and the ability to practise when not in lessons all contribute.
Once you have had a few lessons, we will be better able to judge this for you.
A3 : Yes. In order to conduct driving lessons on a professional basis, all instructors must be registered with the DSA.
Some schools use 'PDI's (practising/potential driving instructors). These are registered instructors but who have not yet passed the final part of their instructors test. These will display a pink triangular sticker in the car window.
I am a fully qualified instructor and as such, display a green, hexagonal sticker in the car.
A4 : Of course you can. The less time between lessons will help you learn quicker as you will need to spend less time acclimatising yourself to the car each time. Please call to discuss availability.
A5 : Yes, many pupils find it beneficial to have longer lessons and, depending upon available time slots, 1.5 and 2 hour lessons can be arranged.
A6 : Together we will keep track of your progress and discuss this with you as appropriate. I will let you know when I feel you are ready to start thinking about booking a test.
A7 : I try to structure my lessons and work on the principal that when you have developed a sufficient skill in one subject of driving, We then move onto the next, Still retaining some practice on past skills, so that you don't forget what you have already learned.
A8 : my first time pass rate is very high, Around 85% of my pupils pass first time-see the testimonnials page to read just a few of the happy customers comments!