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Intensive Driving Lessons In Glasgow
Lots of people will take more than 6 months training before they are allowed to take their driving test but with the right Intensive Driving course in Glasgow, you can not only pass a lot quicker but also a lot cheaper.
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People take private practice lessons with mum, dad, and older brother or sister etc because they feel it is a cheap way of learning, and if you are doing one hour of professional tuition a week, we can see your thinking.
However... you simply will not need to insure a car, pay for the fuel and cover the costs of wear and tear, especially on the brakes clutch and tyres if you follow our routine of 2 lessons a week as mentioned before.
The cost of insuring a family car for a learner driver can easily be £25 a week, then you have fuel to add on top and the wear and tear. So let's be fair and say you insure the car for just 10 weeks and you are spending £30 a week to run it, there is your £300. Now if you do a few miles and ran the insurance for only 3 months (12 weeks) the cost increases and increases.
So please, just take professional tuition in the way we recommend and you could save a fortune.
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How To Save The Best Part Of £1000 When Taking Driving Lessons
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We are going to show you how to save in the region of £300 on driving lessons, £300 on private insurance and £300 on making sure you can pass your driving test the first time. That's well over £500 and getting on for £900.
If you have not yet heard of the DVSA they are the government people who employ driving examiners, set the standards for the test etc. They say that on average you are going to need 47 hours of professional driving lessons and 20 hours of private practice to pass your driving test. Furthermore the average person needs to take 2 driving tests and half of driving tests end in a fail.
We don't do "average" and in these statistics you are going to find the learners who only take on hour of lessons a week, and also the learners who take a few lessons, stop for a week or two then take a few more lessons etc. If you want to be average and if you want to waste money follow that routine.
You can though, if you are clever, save around £300 on driving lessons by having fewer lessons overall. All you have to do is this. Make sure each lesson is 2 hours long, or even 90 minutes, and take 2 lessons a week, lets say one every 3 or 4 days.
It works like this. If you did one hour a week, every week, the the following week you will need a serious recap on what you did in the previous lesson and this will cost you about 15 minutes, so for every 4 hours of lessons you are losing one hour due to not being able to remember what you did, or being able to pick up where you left off.
So for some who is taking 1 hour a week and needs 47 hours, they could well have saved 12 hours by learning the way we say. 12 hours is going to be around £300. Does that make sense to you?