You should use a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor (A.D.I.), who is registered
with the Driving Standards Agency. An A.D.I. Green identification certificate will
be displayed on the windscreen of the tuition vehicle. Only an A.D.I. Is legally
allowed to charge for a driving lesson.
A fully qualified A.D.I. Must:
* Have held a full driving licence for at least 4 years.
* Pass a written test lasting 90 minutes.
* Pass a strict driving test.
* Pass a test demonstrating the ability to instruct.
OK, now you know you are looking for a fully qualified A.D.I. But how do you choose?
* Ask friends or relatives to recommend if possible.
* Look for an instructor who conducts himself or herself in a professional
* Choose an instructor who has a good reputation and whose car suits you.
* A clean car and tidy instructor is usually a sign they take pride in their
But be warned......
Think carefully before choosing an instructor that makes extravagant claims
- there is no
such thing as a guaranteed test pass.
Do not go in search of the cheapest driving lessons, what you are looking
for is value
for money. Low cost driving lessons often work out more expensive over a
time - would you buy the cheapest car you could find?
Think twice about paying 10 lessons in advance with an instructor you have
not met, a
trial lesson might be a good idea.
Finally, when enquiring about prices, do ask how much they charge for the
use of their
car for the practical test - you should not pay any more than the cost of
CONTACT MIKE ON 020 8950 4770 FOR GOOD QUALITY DRIVING TUITION IN THE WATFORD AREA.