1) What do I need to start my driving lessons? To start your driving lessons you need a provisional driving licence. You need to apply for your provisional driving licence a couple of weeks before booking your driving lessons to ensure enough time for it to arrive. You can't start your driving lessons Wakefield or anywhere else in the whole country without this, be sure to plan ahead and apply for it before booking your lessons.
2) How many driving lessons will I need? It’s very hard to say as some individual may need more or less hours of driving tuition than others, different factors affect how long it will take to learn how to drive. Depending on how quickly you take to driving will depend on how many lessons you will need. The average person takes around 40-50 driving lessons in Wakefield, or their local area, from a professional driving instructor but as mentioned above this can differ depending on the individual.
3) Should I take manual or automatic driving lessons? Again this is down to the individual’s preference. It's recommended to take manual driving lessons because once you have passed your driving test in a manual you’re able to drive both manual and automatic cars, whereas if you take automatic driving lessons you’re only able to drive an automatic car and this could restrict your choices in the future. If you're having trouble getting to grips with the gears you may be advised to take your driving lessons in an automatic car.
4) How much should I be paying for a driving lesson? Each driving school charges at different hourly rates depending on the area you live in. Take driving lessons in Wakefield as an example, in this area prices can rage anywhere from 15 pounds per hour to 30 pounds. The price doesn't always reflect the quality of the lessons but make sure you take driving lessons with a reputable company that you're happy with regardless of the price. Most schools have an introductory offer for complete novice drivers and offer your first few driving lessons at a discounted price, but remember when looking for a good driving school don't look at the price of their lessons but the reputation they have.
5) Should I choose a male or female driving instructor for my driving lessons? The driving instructor industry is predominately male dominated; however there are female instructors too. There is no difference between a male and female instructor and both have had the exact same high standard of training, it's down to your personal preference to who you would prefer to be taught by.
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