How To save Over £500
Many learner drivers will be looking to take cheap driving lessons in Nottingham and it is possible for you to perhaps save £50 by looking for a driving school that is a little cheaper, but we are going to show you how to save over £500 right this very moment.
Driving lessons are organized by the government department the DVSA and they state that the average number of hours to pass the driving test is 47 and that you will also require 20 hours of tuition with a friends or family.
The main issue with these statistics is that it includes all types of drivers, such as those who only take just one hour a week.
If you did one hour driving lessons and had one lesson a week how much would you remember the following week? What will happen is this, you get in the car, greet each other, discuss what you did last week, set some objectives for this week and practice what you did last week, you are already 15 minutes into your lesson because you need to recap so much.
Therefore if you take 4 hours of lessons over the next 4 weeks, you have lost 1 hour due to the recap, if you did this over 47 hours you are having around 12 hours too many. That is around £300 over spent.
We recommend you only start learning to drive once you have the money and this is our suggestion. Make sure your driving lessons are 2 hours in length, this means you will do more learning. Make sure to take 2 lessons a week, this will stop you from forgetting what you had previously learned. Not only will this method help you save the estimated £300 already mentioned; but you will not need to have private lessons with friends and family.
To insure a car as a learner driver so you can learn with friends and family the cost will be around £25 per week, plus you have to pay for fuel, so lets say £5 a week. If you did this for 3 months (13 weeks) you are paying close to £400. But with our method of teaching you do not need this extra cost.
We stated you can save over £500, but actually the amount is closer to £700