I want the cheapest driving instructor I can possibly find!
No you don't. A highly-trained, skilled, reliable and well qualified driving instructor doesn't have to slash his or her prices to find pupils. Learning to drive is expensive, but it's an essential skill and it's important that you're taught the right way from the start. Experience shows that when you're not taught the right way, you need a lot more lessons to get through your test - and that really does cost money!.
Why Lancashire Learners recommends 2 hour lessons!
Well speaking from experience when we were learing to drive, one hour was never enough because as soon as you got in the car the clock was ticking. There has to be discussion of the lesson plan for that day and to re-cap what you achieved last lesson, both planning and re-cap should take roughly fifteen minutes each, this then leaves one and a half hours on the road doing what you are paying us for.............. "learning to drive".
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As we run offers from time to time please contact us.
If we do not answer your call it is because we are busy teaching and as you will be aware it is illegal to use a mobile device while driving so PLEASE leave a short message with your contact details and we will call you back at the earliest opportunity to discuss any questions you may have.
CALL DEN ON: 07576 444 562
PRESTON, GARSTANG, LEYLAND, LOSTOCK HALL
AND ALL SURROUNDING AREAS.
CALL LOUISE ON: 07585 963 696
AND SURROUNDING AREAS.
Block Bookings 5 x 2 Hour Lessons £250 (£25 per hour)
Pay As You Go 1 x 2 hour Lesson £52 (£26 per hour)
* DVSA research shows that the average 17 year old will require and average of 40 hours professional training plus additional practice with family of friends. These figures relate to the best chance of passing your practical driving test. The figure assume a continuity in lessons of at least a 2 hour session per week, with no private practice. All figures quoted assume no previous driving experience, and the chart is only a guide as every individual learns at a different pace.