As I am an ethical practitioner, I teach people not just to pass a driving test, but much more....to be a safe and confident driver for the rest of their lives.
I appreciate it is a significant cost, however, given the responsibility and seriousness of driving, it is money well spent on a true life skill that is with you for life, and can also save your life.
I don't give "cheap offers" like some schools, more importantly, I pride myself on the quality of teaching and customer satisfaction.
So, why do I advocate 2 hour lessons?
Easy.... you get continuous and uninterrupted training, if something needs fixing, it doesen't have to be fixed a week later when the concentration or particular issue has been lost or forgotten.
Think of it this way:..........
The 10 minute slots at the beginning and end of the hour relate to time taken to get in
the car, adjust the seat, mirrors, admin time etc etc. On a 1 hour lesson on average
you get 40 minutes driving.
What do you get for a 2 hour lesson…..?
So, spending £44 instead of 2 lots of £24 you get 25% more driving time.
On average it takes 45 hours to pass a test, but taking two hour lessons, this can either
dramatically reduce this time or spending the extra time in lessons ensure a better
chance of passing.
So hopefully you will see the benefit and continued concentration benefits of 2 hour lessons. It REALLY works, as my passed clients will vouch for, plus on test day you will have a lesson beforehand and then the test, so you need to be able to drive and keep concentration for at least 2 hours as believe me, you will get tired towards the end of the test with nervous energy and focussed concentration.