With the advent of the huge franhcise driving school, the personal touch has all but disappeared. With an independent school such as A-Class Driving you can be assured that your individual driving needs are catered for.
The DSA has published figures stating that on average students will need to take approximately 40 hours of lessons from an instructor in addition to private lessons taken with friends and family to be confident of passing the driving test. This can be an expensive undertaking.
One way to keep costs down is to carry on learning whilst not at the wheel. A-Class Driving School offers access to its unique online tutorials covering all aspects of driving with helpful diagrams, photos and 'how to' step-by-step guides, including all the manoeuvres. In addition, the site provides tips and advice on how to deal with the troublesome areas, roads and junctions on the test routes at all three test centres across Bristol. A recent addition to the site has been the use of twitter. My tweets are used to keep you, as a student, up to date with all the latest road and driving related issues such as road closures, road works, diversions and the latest news from the DSA regarding the driving test. (aclassdriving)
A-Class Driving School is conscious of the environmental impact a driving tuition vehicle can have, so the A-Class has been converted to run on the greenest and cleanest fuel currently available - LPG. Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) produces 20% less Carbon dioxide (CO2) than petrol and 2000% less Nitrous Oxide (NOx), the gases held responsible for increases in breathing related diseases, such as asthma, in the UK. Also, LPG is 50% quieter than a diesel, helping to reduce noise pollution in Bristol. For more information go to http://www.a-
A-Class Driving School also offers free help and advice with passing your theory test and will even help book your exam for you.
Will Dracott is a fully qualified driving instructor who has been fully CRB checked. All fully qualified driving instructors should display their green badge in the front of their car.
So how much is it? At A-Class Driving School there are no franchise fees to pay (over £300 a week with some of the big schools), no hiked up fuel prices as LPG is only £0.47p a litre so these savings can be passed on to students. Ten lessons booked in advance cost £18 per hour. If you are an NUS student or work for the NHS or armed forces lessons are £19 per hour and then £20 for everyone else.
So if you are looking for a safe, calm and reliable driving instructor with an eco-friendly car offering unique tutorials and support look no further than A-Class Driving School.