I started taking driving lessons on my 17th birthday. After 19 hours of lessons I hadn't progressed at all, in fact I didn’t feel like I had learnt very much. I decided to stop, it was becoming an expensive task and I felt like I was paying for nothing. A year later I decided to seek a new driving instructor, Phil was recommended by a friend and I decided to accept the offer of the 'Assessment" and l am so pleased I did,. After a very short period of time I had covered so much, roundabouts, manoeuvres and various other bits and pieces. Phil really helped me with my confidence, always reassured me and made me feel comfortable. I learnt so much more in two hour's than I did in 19 hours with my old instructor, who was not there to help and teach his students, he was there for the money, unlike Phil who will do absolutely everything to help for very reasonable prices.
All new students will receive an assessment so you can meet Phil, discuss your individual needs and drive the car. This way you can ensure you are making the correct decision for you without having to commit to buying blindly.
Savings can be made when buying lessons in blocks of 10 hrs. You can then decide how to divide the hours up in to 1 hrs, 1½ hrs or 2 hour lessons.