One hour driving lesson for £3 plus possible 4% Quidco @ Ask driving through living social
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One hour driving lesson for £3 plus possible 4% Quidco @ Ask driving through living social

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Found 24th Apr 2014
Just booked this for my son as the petrol for an hour would cost more than £3. It's £4 but use the code EXTRA10 and it takes it to £3. Lots of area's covered but check the website askdrivingschool.org/pri…tml and put in your postcode to check if in your area. All booking done online too and go thorugh Quidco for possible 4% cashback. Need to be booked by 8th August and used by 8th September - great idea for a 17th birthday?

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Shame it costs £50 for the provisional licence to then take this offer up.

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code expired?
“SPRING10UK” gives 40p off.

edit not expired just worked. thanks
Edited by: "4cx250f" 24th Apr 2014

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cdm22

Shame it costs £50 for the provisional licence to then take this offer up.


At least the full license is free when you pass though, just been through it all with my son but managed to get the photo's for 12p from boots

I am not associated with this offer but I must say for your very first driving lesson a beginner is wasting their money only having an hour. I was an instructor for 25 years and will always recommend 2 hours for your first lesson because a lot of time is needed to teach and explain the controls and techniques before actually driving the vehicle.
Most local driving schools will offer your first hour free if your a beginner and starting with a 2 hour lesson.

Don't get too excited, it will be just an hour of chat, going over how the car works and trying to talk you into having future lessons with that instructor.

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Kevo2k7

Don't get too excited, it will be just an hour of chat, going over how … Don't get too excited, it will be just an hour of chat, going over how the car works and trying to talk you into having future lessons with that instructor.


Well I will let you know as my son's is booked for Saturday morning, I would have thought they would go all out to impress you to get you to go again with them not bore you - copied and pasted from website
" As a learner with ASK Driving School you will benefit from: DSA fully qualified approved driving instructors, guaranteed driving on your first lesson, dual controlled vehicles kept in excellent condition, collection from home school or work, full hour lessons."

emribena

Well I will let you know as my son's is booked for Saturday morning, I … Well I will let you know as my son's is booked for Saturday morning, I would have thought they would go all out to impress you to get you to go again with them not bore you - copied and pasted from website " As a learner with ASK Driving School you will benefit from: DSA fully qualified approved driving instructors, guaranteed driving on your first lesson, dual controlled vehicles kept in excellent condition, collection from home school or work, full hour lessons."


Well how did the lesson go? You paid peanuts so did you get a monkey like I expected?

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paulandpam1

Well how did the lesson go? You paid peanuts so did you get a monkey like … Well how did the lesson go? You paid peanuts so did you get a monkey like I expected?


No actually was very good, he took him for an hour and 20 minutes and they did driving, reversing round corners, parking and clutch control on a hill. He evaluated his driving and gave him a written appraisal of how many lessons he should need to pass and a discounted price should he wish to take the offer up so all in all great value for £3 - sorry to disappoint

Sorry don't get me wrong I never wished for things to turn out badly but in this day and age you generally get what you paid for.
Like I said in a previous post I was a fully qualified driving instructor for 25 years and adored teaching and one of the reasons I packed it in was because of the new people coming into the profession just interested in the money.
Then charging rediciously low rates because they were generally no good at the job and had to undercut the devoted professionals in order to get work.

Edited by: "paulandpam1" 27th Apr 2014

Great Deal!
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