As you are a new driver on the road, prices will inevitably be higher for you than for an experienced driver, so here are some ways to ensure that the cost doesn’t spiral out of control, and how to keep the price down.
If you are almost ready to take your driving test you may have heard a few unpleasant rumours. However don’t let yourself get even more worked up because none of these 8 myths are actually true!
Learning to drive is a big commitment; so think carefully before you start. Make sure that you are aware of each step throughout learning to drive and how much time and money each one will cost you.
We guarantee you’ll go through most of these things with your driving instructor like, when the diagrams that your driving instructor uses to explain a manoeuvre come out – which you’ll just never understand.
Learning to drive can be tough so some learners may struggle to see the end of the tunnel. However if things aren’t improving, there are alternatives: some learners may choose to switch from manual lessons to automatic lessons in order to get on the road sooner than they would otherwise.
Jamie, a student at Kent University, shares with insurelearnerdriver why he never wanted to drive and looks back on this time a year ago before heading off to University and how things soon changed.
Learning to drive doesn’t come cheap but there are a number of ways to cut the costs, here’s how.
There is nothing you can do to alter the cost of the mandatories of learning to drive, but once they are …