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COST OF LESSONS & VALUE FOR MONEY

Whilst it may seem logical to source an instructor based on cost, as with anything in life, you get what you pay for, and there is a big difference between ‘cheap’ and ‘value for money’!  Good driving instructors know their value, and even though you may pay a little more per lesson, if you’re taught to a higher standard, in a shorter amount of time, then you are definitely getting value for money.

 

It may seem that the first question you should be asking is ‘how much do you charge?’, but by the time you have taken all the other factors into consideration in this course, you may find that this question is further down on your list! 

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Unique course that teaches you the ins and outs of the hazard perception test.