Can You Save £500 On Getting Your Driving Licence: Value For Your Money...
Giving You 100% Care And Commitment So You Can Pass Your Test 1st Time
Do you want to the chance to save some real cash when getting your driving licence? While searching for cheap driving lessons in Mansfield might save you £2 or £3 per driving lesson in Mansfield, you are going to learn how to save over £500 and that is a lot of cash.
Here are the points you need to remember in order to help you save over £500 on learning to drive. Please bare in mind our driving lessons are here to help you be a safe driver and pass the driving test.
Did you know it can easily cost a driving instructor in Mansfield easily £10 to £12 per hour. Once you add in the lease of the car, business services, a mobile phone, marketing, websites, fuel and insurances the typical cost for a driving instructor is around that mark. So if you take a "special deal" where the driving lessons work out around £10 an hour. Say ten hours for £99 you need to ask yourself what are you going to be doing and learning on those driving lessons? We say it is better to save you cash, and you can see why.
You have got to take driving lessons every week if you want to save money. If you can't afford to learn just yet and you are going to end up skipping weeks then just wait. The longer the time you leave in between driving lessons the more you forget, it was the same at school right? You missed a week for whatever reason and you just could not remember what you did. Only this time it's driving lessons and they cost cash.
The average number of driving lessons needed to pass the driving test is 47, and that is just an average. Pass your theory test early, book 2 to 4 hours in a week and you have every chance of saving 10 hours or so, and saving over £200. This will vary from learner to learner, you could save more.
If you are going to be "average" then you will also need to take 20 hours of private practice with mum and dad or someone else. In terms of cost of insurance then expect to pay out at last £200 for 10 weeks of insurance; maybe as high as £300, depending on the insurer, the car and the address. However, if you taking 4 hours a week of professional tuition, you are not going to need this.
As you can see, if you plan your driving lessons carefully you can save yourself a lot of time, trouble, effort and your hard earned cash.