Why Use a Driving Instructor to Learn to Drive
Why use a driving instructor?
It is very unlikely that anyone other than an ADI will have the experience, knowledge or training to teach someone to drive properly. The standard of tuition of all ADIs is checked and maintained by the DVSA.
Not all good drivers are good teachers. A structured approach is by far the best and quickest way to produce good drivers with a good attitude.
The DVSA recommend an average of 45 hours of professional instruction coupled with 22 hours of private practice to become a safe competent driver and having the best chance of passing a driving test on the first attempt.