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Driving Lessons For £15.00 Per Hour + First Lesson Free + A Free Motorway Lesson Worth £32 @ Drive2Us

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Hi i was looking online for cheap drivinglessons and i happened to come across this website. You can book 15 hours for £150 = £15 plus get first lesson free or You can get first lesson free a…
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Hi i was looking online for cheap drivinglessons and i happened to come across this website.

You can book 15 hours for £150 = £15 plus get first lesson free

or

You can get first lesson free and a further 4 hrs for £49.

This seems cheap to me compared to other prices i have found online. Not sure if this is available in Scotland, i will phone them on Monday morning. The areas on website are as follows:

Bath & Bristol
Swindon
Chippenham & Trowbidge (Surrounding Areas)
London (Surrounding Areas)
Liverpool
Wales & Cardiff
Gloucestershire
Wiltshire
Devon & Cornwall
Weston Super Mare & Surrounding Areas
Southampton
Bournemouth
Portsmouth
Taunton & Surrounding Areas
Bridgwater
Wells
Shepton Mallet
Yeovil
Glastonbury
Frome
Milton Keynes
All other areas
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#1
When I went for my test I saw one of these guys parking. They had stickers all over the cars (markers for manovers and what not), which is a sign of not really teaching properly. Every single one that I have passed has the same stickers...

EDIT: + a motorway lesson? Does this mean part of pass plus? If not (or even if it is) then why wouldent it just be the same price as a normal lesson...
#2
SuperSambo
When I went for my test I saw one of these guys parking. They had stickers all over the cars (markers for manovers and what not), which is a sign of not really teaching properly. Every single one that I have passed has the same stickers...


When my brother was learning to drive he told me that the instructor (private) use to put thinks on the back window i.e. stickers etc and he said it helped alot. Truth is, you dont really start learning until your on the road yourself and you have no-one to ask if you re doing right or wrong. True?
#3
christopherguy25
When my brother was learning to drive he told me that the instructor (private) use to put thinks on the back window i.e. stickers etc and he said it helped alot. Truth is, you dont really start learning until your on the road yourself and you have no-one to ask if you re doing right or wrong. True?

Not really... I havent learnt anything since my lessons. If you learn how to control one car properly with no assists, then you should be able to get to learn any car. By the time you have passed your test, you should be way passed asking someone if you are right or wrong...
#4
This looks like one dodgy driving school !!!! :)

Can someone explain the logic of the pricing to me please?! it costs £15 per hour lesson, so if you paid for a lesson at a time, after 10 lessons @ £15 that would make £150, right?

This is where it gets REALLY confusing; you can pre pay for 10 lessons in advance (im guessing this is to qualify for a further discount, as almost all driving schools have this scheme) and the 10 hour pre pay costs £200? doesnt that mean each lesson then costs £20!

I dont get it, it costs more to pay up front? oh and they chuck in a free lesson with that too?! :)

From my experience, you get what you pay for, £15 lesson = £15 worth of lesson....

V.C
#5
isnt it a case of 15 lessons for £150 meaning they work out at £10 each if you pay in advance ??
#6
siirbaz
This looks like one dodgy driving school !!!! :)

Can someone explain the logic of the pricing to me please?! it costs £15 per hour lesson, so if you paid for a lesson at a time, after 10 lessons @ £15 that would make £150, right?

This is where it gets REALLY confusing; you can pre pay for 10 lessons in advance (im guessing this is to qualify for a further discount, as almost all driving schools have this scheme) and the 10 hour pre pay costs £200? doesnt that mean each lesson then costs £20!

I dont get it, it costs more to pay up front? oh and they chuck in a free lesson with that too?! :)

From my experience, you get what you pay for, £15 lesson = £15 worth of lesson....

V.C


flintstone
isnt it a case of 15 lessons for £150 meaning they work out at £10 each if you pay in advance ??


After looking at the site it seems the lessons form £10 are in a few select areas, and most areas have it as £15 per hour or 10 hours for £20

Very very strange.
#7
i'd stick to BSM, they actually teach their students. Some advice would be to do 2 hour slots rather than 1 hour....I found this helped me save more money, there is so much that can be fitted in 2 hrs. Friends i know that did 1hr lessons all say that everytime they go for their lesson the instructor spends ages recapping what they did last week and you get hardly anytime to learn new things. Plus they spent £15 a lesson and had to take sooooo many lessons to actually learn something, bsm have to work according to a curriculum and cover particular aspects every lesson they give, it's more professional....trust me on this!!!
#8
yasmo10
i'd stick to BSM, they actually teach their students. Some advice would be to do 2 hour slots rather than 1 hour....I found this helped me save more money, there is so much that can be fitted in 2 hrs. Friends i know that did 1hr lessons all say that everytime they go for their lesson the instructor spends ages recapping what they did last week and you get hardly anytime to learn new things. Plus they spent £15 a lesson and had to take sooooo many lessons to actually learn something, bsm have to work according to a curriculum and cover particular aspects every lesson they give, it's more professional....trust me on this!!!


BSM are probably worse at stringing along customers than any independent company! ;-)
#9
BSM are good
#10
£150 for 10 lessons........what happens if like me you only have/need 3 lessons before taking (and passing 1st time) your test ? Do you get a refund ?
#11
I passed first time with BSM. I'd recommend them. I never had to learn phrases to drive, and as my instructor told me, he wasn't teaching me to pass the test, he was teaching me to drive. Sorry that you had a bad experience jonpal88. The reason they're on at you about the theory test is that you have to pass it before your practical, so if you fail it, it can mean you have to cancel. If you've got it done, it lasts 2 years.
#12
jonpal88
Fair enough anyway, maybe they've changed since then, it was like 5 years ago all this happened. My instructor was utter useless though, he was an ex-boiler installer that had just started to teach people to drive.


You basically had a bad instructor THATS ALL. That doesn't make bsm bad. I had no idea how to drive at the beginning and it took me only 6 lessons in total with them to pass, I'm an exception because I tend to learn things very quickly. When the instructor can see that your not confident doing the basics they wont press on with the next task until you are confidant. Like paganwolf says "BSM teach you how to drive and not how to pass the test". Its for company's like BSM and AA that we get the odd safe driver that knows the true capacity and responsibility of driving on the road and not just to pass to becomes free spirit on the road.

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