How to lower the costs of learning to drive in Blackpool

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So you've decide to learn to drive and take your driving lessons in Blackpool.

After you've chosen the right driving school in Blackpool for you it's time to consider the costs of learning.

Remember driving lessons are an investment in your future. Once you pass your driving test your licence can bring you many benefits so it's important to remember that.

The Driving Standards Agency say that it will take approximately 45 hours of practice and lessons in order to pass a driving test. In total, this roughly equates to just over £1K

Let's now take in account other expenses like study materials, books, apps, dvds, theroy test fee and practical driving test fee, your budget is now likely to increase.

Driving tuition doesn’t have to be expensive. Here's a few tips to help you save your money:

 

1.Take advantage of free learning materials

Even though it may be one of the lesser expensive parts of learning to drive, it’s just as important that you’re well prepared for the driving theory test. If you fail it then you'll have to book it again incurring more costs.

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We will sign you up free of charge to our industry standard theory test pro software. Most of our students pass the theory test FIRST TIME when studying with our software!

 

2. Driving School Special Offers

Look for special offers and discounts. Some driving schools offer great introductory offers. Such as NHS discounts, student discounts, beginner starter packages. Some driving schools in Blackpool offer discount for bulk buying your driving lessons.

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3. Practice learning to drive with family or friends

If your family or friends are willing to take you out then practicing with them is a great way getting some free lessons.

It's important to remember that the person taking you out is:

  • qualified to drive the type of vehicle they are supervising in
  • over 21 years of age
  • Have held a full driving licence for three years or more
  • Have insurance or ensure the learner has the correct insurance in place
  • Display L - Plates and ensure the car is roadworthy
  • Be a responsible person

For learner driver insurance cover try Adrian Flux, they have some great deals on insurance for leaner drivers https://www.adrianflux.co.uk

 

 

4. Pass your driving test on the first attempt.

This sounds like a daft tip but making sure you pass your theory and practical tests the first time around is important if you’re trying to save as much money as you can. The best way to ensure this happens is to be fully prepared. Don't try and cut corners, put your all into your driving lessons, make sure effective learning is taking place during your driving lessons.

 

 

5. Listen to your driving instructors advice!

Your paying for profession instruction therefore it's important to listen to the advice of your driving instructor. Usually, your instructor will tell you when you're ready to take the driving test. If he/she feels that you're not ready then you're probably not ready If you can drive safely on various roads and conditions without any instruction/prompts or help from your driving instructor for at least 45 minutes then this is usually a good indication that you are ready for test.