Driving School, Driving Instructor, Driving Test, Learn To Drive

in Driving
What are the 'Top 5 Things You Need to Know Before Choosing a Driving Instructor?'
1) Do they hold a current Motor Vehicle Driving Instructors Licence?
2) Is Your Driving Instructor Working with Children checked?
3) Does your Driving Instructor have comprehensive Motor Vehicle Insurance with a specialised Driving School Insurance Company?
4) Does your Driving Instructor have Structured Driving Lessons?
5) Does your Driving Instructor have a Dual Control Car?
The 1st question you should be asking is, "Are they Qualified?' Sound silly I know but you would be surprised in all my time teaching people who are learning to drive I have only ever been asked this question once!
To become a Driving Instructor people have to carry out training and be assessed to check their suitability. Once this is passed they are issued with a MVDIL (Motor Vehicle Driving Instructor Licence).
This must be carried at all times and prduced if requested by anyone they are teaching to drive. Even if you are learning to drive at a driving school, your individual driving instructor must still carry a Motor Vehicle Driving Instructor License.
So don't forget to ask!
The 2nd question is particularly important for parents sending their children out to learn to drive. To become a Driving Instructor they first have to pass a medical exam and obtain a police clearance checking for any convictions. Once this is obtained they can then apply for a Working with Children card before being issued. Agian these cards must be carried at all times and produced if requested by anyone they are teaching how to drive.
So don't forget to ask!
The 3rd question is an inportant one. As with any Motor Vehicle Driving Instructor's car, it needs to be insured but at a higher level than your normal car and should be insured by a specialist company.
So don't forget to ask!
The 4th question related to Structured Driving Lessons. It is very important that new learner drivers are taught skills that build on new skills and the only way to do this properly is to have Structured Driving Lessons. Combined with that is Driving Lesson Handouts. After each Lesson your Driving Instructor should be handing out information on what you were just taught. This will help you to obsorb the Driving Lesson more and grasp the skills required to pass your Driving Test the first time.
So don't forget to ask!
The 5th question you should be asking is, "Do you have a Dual Control car?" This is very important because when you are first learning to drive you have little to no experience. A Dual Control Driving Instructors car allows you to learn with confidence knowing that if you make a bad error or judgement your Driving Instructor is right there and able to correct a wrong before it happens. Your safety and other drivers is a must and a Dual Control Driving Instructors car allows this.
So don't forget to ask!
Learning to Drive can be daunting and costly. Brian from Able2Drive has solved this problem with a unique system that advances you through his driving school allowing you to pass your driving test without forking out hundreds of dollars.
I hope you have found this helpful and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Brian from Able2DriveWA
Author Box
NathanDaniell has 1 articles online


Need a Driving Instructor in Ocean Reef or surrounding suburbs, Perth, WA? Do you want to pass your driving test without having to pay for too many lessons.
Brian's driving school and unique system will allow you to pass without paying hundred in extra driving lessons.
Learn to drive with Brian's driver training course simply visit, http://www.Able2DriveWA.com
To view my video: What are the 'Top 5 Things You Need to Know Before Choosing a Driving Instructor' again simply visit, http://www.Able2DriveWA.com
I look forward to seeing you there!

Add New Comment

Driving School, Driving Instructor, Driving Test, Learn To Drive

Log in or Create Account to post a comment.
     
*
*
Security Code: Captcha Image Change Image
This article was published on 2011/02/24