Tips and advice when choosing an instructor
are the lessons competitively priced with
can you choose lesson durations to suit your
needs (1 hour, 1.5 hours etc.)
will you be learning in a modern safe
vehicle with air bags and dual controls
is the instructor reliable and punctual
is the instructor fully qualified or a
are you enjoying your lessons
does the instructor have a professional
When you are choosing an instructor a
recommendation can help you to decide who to choose. There are
also many good websites for you to browse.
Driving test pass rates for instructors are not
published by the Driving Standards Agency (DVSA), so any pass
rates published may be misleading.
TOP TIP - It's important that you get on well
with whoever is teaching you to drive. It is always wise
therefore to book just 1 lesson with an instructor before
committing to block bookings.
Instructor Grading (April 2014 onwards)
Grade A - an overall high standard of
Grade B - a sufficient level of