Driving Lessons Colchester
Hero Driving School: Driving Lessons Colchester
Today you are going to learn so much about learning to drive and taking driving lessons in Colchester. We would of course be delighted if you phoned us, but whatever you decide you will leave our website knowing more about how to pass your driving test.
We are going to show you.
1. How to pass your driving test first time
2. How to save over £500 on getting your driving licence
3. How to get the best driving lessons in Colchester
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How To Pass Your Test First Time
This is the questions every learner driver wants the answer to and the answers is within the expectations of the driving examiner…what do they want? What are they looking for?
Well if you are thinking the driving examiner wants to see you are a safe driver then you are correct, but what defines driving safely? This is what we need to understand, and we are going to help you this right from the very first lesson so you become a natural driver.
You need to be an independent driver and in short that means you can do all the driving skills needed and you can spot mistakes and improve what you do. Everyday drivers make little mistakes and its about not making them again or correcting them.
So on your first and every lesson, you are going to do the following.
1. Be in control of the car at all times
2. Be able to spot hazards
3. You will obey the Highway Code
4. You will have the desire to drive safely
By using that 4 step approach you will be able to pass your driving test at the first attempt.
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How to save over £500 on getting your driving licence
Actually, you can save much closer to £900 but let’s not brag.
There are 3 areas where you can look to save money and each area is worth around £300 to you.
1. Reducing the number of hours needed overall.
2. Eliminating private practice.
3. Passing your driving test first time.
The DVSA say that the average learner driver needs 47 hours of professional tuition, 20 hours of private practice and 2 driving tests.
But the average learner will be taking 1 hour a week as well as missing out on lessons and that creates you a problem.
Just for the moment imagine you are taking one hour a week of tuition, when it comes to the following week, how much have you remembered? Actually very little and a lot of your lesson, well be on a recap. Let’s just say 15 minutes is spent on going over what you did before. So for every 4 hours, you are wasting one hour.
Therefore with the average being 47 hours, it is fair to say you could be wasting 12 hours, and that a lot of cash. What you ought to do is have a lesson every 3 to 4 days and make it a two hour lesson. Overall you will save a lot of time and money.
By learning this way you will also avoid the need for private practice. Learners insuring a parents car can expect to pay £30 a week when you add up insurance and fuel. Over just a 3 month period that is a lot of cash. But you will not need to spend that if you take lessons as we suggest.
Finally, passing your driving test first time.
50% of people fail every day and it is mainly due to the fact they are not prepared and not ready. What we will do is take you through a four step process on every driving lesson so you are ready, and you are prepared.
1. You will be in control of the car
2. You will be spotting hazards and avoiding them
3. You will obey the Highway Code
4. You will want to drive with a safe attitude
Right from the very first driving lesson, you will be using this process, so when it comes to the test you will have all the opportunity of passing first time. It is exactly what the driving examiner is looking for.
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How to get the best driving lessons in Colchester
To get the best driving lessons in Colchester you need to know what questions to ask when speaking to a driving school.
Most people just like yourself are unsure of what questions to ask so that you are able to determine quality, you have probably thought about pass rate, price and the car, but what else do you ask and why?
1. You have got to ask if the driving instructor is a trainee or fully qualified. That’s right, some instructors have not yet passed there test to teach you.
2. All instructors are graded they can have an A, B or a fail. So ask.
3. More importantly ask when the instructor was last graded and additional training have they taken to maintain and improve their level of skill and service.
Use these questions and you will soon find out who is right for you.
Intensive Driving Courses in Colchester
If you are looking to pass your driving test quite quickly then intensive driving courses in Colchester is exactly what you are looking for.
However, unlike most intensive driving schools in Colchester we teach you differently so you have a better chance of passing first time.
The last thing you want to do is to take 30 or 40 hours of driving lessons in a week, you will be worn out and the national statistics suggest the pass rate is lower than 10%.
What we can do is offer you a number of lessons across the week or weekend, so that in 3 to 4 weeks you are ready, refresh and raring to go.
Automatic Driving Lessons in Colchester
If you want to have automatic driving lessons in Colchester, we must warn you it is so easy! Straight away you will be driving and within a few short sessions you will be driving home and getting ready to pass your driving test.
It really is a case of steer, accelerate and brake.
There is no clutch, you can keep your hands on the steering wheel and your eyes on the road. We do have limited availability so please call now.
Changes in Driving Test
HEROS are aware of the changes in the driving test starting from 4th of December. This includes the use of a sat nav as well as increasing the independent driving part of the test to 20 minutes. HEROS have already started to implement these changes within the lessons itself by including the use of a sat nav and getting learners carry out independent driving themselves within mock tests.
To find out more about these changes please visit- https://www.gov.uk/government/news/driving-test-changes-4-december-2017
Hero Driving school has significant years of experience, our instructors are experts in their field whether that be manual or automatic driving lessons.
You have seen what a great service we have already started to give you, no other driving school in Colchester offers out this sort of valuable information, so if you have been impressed just phone us now 07500 80 60 60.