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The simple fact that our driving school in Borehamwood has been in business for many years proves that we supply excellent driver training to our pupils. If our driving school in Borehamwood was unable to give excellent driving lessons in Borehamwood then we would not still be in business. Many other driving schools in Borehamwood may only have just started so always find out when they started in business. Always check the colour of your driving instructor’s badge before taking your first driving lesson in Borehamwood. Qualified driving instructors will show a green badge whereas a trainee driving instructor will show a pink badge. Both badges will be displayed near to the car tax disc in the driving school’s car’s windscreen.
The DSA grades all qualified driving instructors so that pupils can compare various driving schools in Borehamwood and see which driving school delivers the best value for money. The best driving instructors are an A grade. At our driving school in Borehamwood all our driving instructors are grade A and B.
There are two types of driving schools in Borehamwood. There are cheap driving schools in Borehamwood. There are good driving schools in Borehamwood. However, there are no good and cheap driving schools in Borehamwood. Cheap driving schools invariable use trainee driving instructors. What a pupil learns on their driving lessons in Borehamwood will help keep them safe once the test has been passed and they are driving alone. Always get the best driving tuition in Borehamwood that it is possible to get. One day your life may depend upon that tuition.
The one reason why car insurance is so expensive for newly qualified drivers is because so few bother getting quality driver training. So many simply book with a cheap driving school in Borehamwood without taking into account that what the driving school in Borehamwood will teach them will help keep them safe and, ultimately alive after they have passed the driving test. Learner drivers also fail to understand that twenty-four hourly driving lessons is only one day’s worth of driving. In that time they expect to learn and master enough driving skills to keep themselves safe. The DSA suggests that for anybody to stand a good chance of passing the UK driving test then they will need at least forty-eight hours of good quality driver training. Simply driving around a car park with a few friends does not count as quality tuition.