Factors To Consider When Choosing A Driving Instructor
So, you’ve decided that it’s time to learn how to drive. You’re excited about the prospect of increased freedom and independence. However, you realise that it’s necessary to gain driving experience under the guidance of a professional instructor. You may well experience difficulty when it comes to the selection of a suitable expert. However, the guidelines outlined in this article will definitely be of help.
You may be aware that it is deemed legally acceptable for novice drivers to be instructed by driving license holders who are over the age of 21. This may mean that you are able to gain experience under the guidance of a friend or family member. However, it would be far more sensible to look for a driving instructor who has been given DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) approval. A fully qualified instructor will be able to show you the green badge which is granted after successful completion of the stringent DVSA tests. Ryan Masters, owner of the Road Masters Driving School, gained the necessary accreditation in the year 2000.
The best driving instructors have some key characteristics in common. They are able to exercise great levels of patience. They can also empathise and understand the specific requirements of learner drivers. Ryan Masters fits the bill absolutely perfectly. He considers it a duty to instill confidence and ensure that every student develops the skills necessary to pass and remain safe on the roads.
You’ll probably realise that there is considerable variability in the performance of different vehicles. However, experienced driving instructors typically favour small cars with relatively high safety ratings. These vehicles offer smooth handling and responsiveness. It is also worth noting that the car insurance companies will only offer cover for vehicles with dual control. You can be assured that the vehicles used by the Road Masters Driving School meet the necessary standards.
Factors such as location and instructor experience may have some bearing upon the cost of driving lessons. However, learner drivers can generally expect to pay between £24 and £28 per hour for expert tuition. Those of you choose the Road Masters Driving School will be granted the first hour of tuition for free. This will give you the opportunity to discuss any matters of concern and learn about the programme of training. You may even be tempted to save some money by booking a block of 10 lessons for the very reasonable price of £240. See our driving lesson prices.