While some learner drivers are looking for cheap driving lessons in Blackpool, and perhaps saving a couple of quid on a driving lesson, We are gong to show you how to save big money on passing your driving test and that money could go towards your new car.
Perhaps think about the following questions before you snap up a “great deal”..
How good is the driving lesson?
Will you be sharing the car with another learner?
How long is the lesson?
Will you be doing any driving?
How will they make any profit?
Can you take all of your driving lessons in one go?
These are all reasonable questions to consider.
Can you afford to take driving lessons? If you can’t, our advice is to save up. You can now see cheap driving lessons don’t do anything for you, and if you are going to take driving lessons from time to time it is going to cost you a fortune.
The best way to save money with driving lessons alone is to make sure you are taking two to four driving lessons a week. This will not mean you need more driving lessons, it means you will probably need fewer driving lessons in Blackpool The average number of hours needed to pass your driving test is a whopping 67 hours of training. 20 hours of private practice and 47 hours of professional tuition. However if you are going to take two to four hours of driving lessons every week, you can have a massive impact on the savings you make.
If you are going to do 10 weeks of private practice that could easily cost £30 a week. That’s £300. And you stand every chance to reduce the number of professional hours needed from 47 to something like 40 or less. There are no guarantees but it stands to reason that if you are not skipping lessons and doing 2 hours a week, you will remember more,forget less and need fewer driving lessons.
You also want to pass your driving test the first time, and because you are about to learn how, that will also save you in the region of £300.