One of the most common questions asked by new drivers is ´How many lessons will I need´. Of course there is no one answer as it varies from pupil to pupil.
It is only once a new driver has actually started driving that any assessment can be made and even a vague estimate given about the number of lessons required but Martin will keep constant track of your progress during the course of your lessons and will advise when you are ready to apply for your test.
If private practice is done with regular lessons then it is possible to get to test standard in a shorter time scale. The saying fail to prepare prepare to fail is so true!
Introduction and town driving
All weather driving
Out of town driving and rural roads
I have a 100% pass rate at present for clients taking their part 3 test. Having been trained by a top ADI who was trained by the DSA, I know exactly what the examiners are looking for.
10 Hours pre-paid
Ten hours for £260, that´s £26 an hour!
20 hours pre-paid
Twenty hours of lessons for £480, that´s £24 an hour!
40 hours pre-paid
£23 pounds an hour.