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Any cheap driving lessons around Southall?

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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
Would prefer evenings
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Driving isn't a cheap thing, when I learnt 6 years ago I was paying £20 an hour. Maybe look at companies that allow you go buy them 10 at a time with a small discount?
#2
I learnt last year in West Yorkshire it was £20 an hour
#3
this place is a good place to start
http://bfy.tw/8GSj
#4
A13
this place is a good place to start
http://bfy.tw/8GSj


surely you would have been feeling lucky on this one :)
#5
Bill Plant.

First 5 lessons £55. That's £11 each.
#6
Try and go with personal recommendations from your friends if you can rather than just going with the cheapest. My sons driving instructor costs £25 a lesson or 10 for £230, which is about average in Essex. We could have got cheaper lessons, but this person came highly recommended by a few people who's children she had taught recently and had all passed relatively quickly.
#7
Could try Dhoot based by Sainsbury's in Hayes
#8
You want to book 2hour slots (to maximise driving time), I wouldn't go with the cheapest as they will be the cheapest for a reason.
Ask around and see who anyone who passed recently used as an instructor.
#9
Remember filling up at the petrol station a few years back next to a driving instructor . He'd gone to town on the advertising and the car was emblazoned with offers like first lesson free , five lessons for £99 and all the usual stuff . He clearly hadn't thought it all through properly as he was advertising one week crash courses . Maybe not .....
#10
Go with the AA they do 10 sessions for £X. Better than learning to drive from some two bob "instructor" in his Peugot 306 with L plates and a magnet sticker slapped on the side. You get what you pay for.
#11
I would first understand a few points.

You are your weakest link. You want cheap lessons or want to learn on the cheap.


Learning to drive isn't cheap. I charge £25ph. Usual rate is £22-28 oh.

Can you drive?
Where have you driven?
Theory done?

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