Manual Driving Lessons

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Why Choose Manual Driving Lessons

Driving a manual car simply doesn’t suit everybody, so Flexdrive provides manual and automatic driving lessons. Driving an automatic car has less challenge as there are no gears and clutch to worry about and all one’s attention can be put into managing the driving space around you.

Everything else from a teaching/coaching sense is the same. You will receive the highest level of expert tuition at the lowest cost.

Driving Lessons should be Fun

We recognise that the process of learning to drive can be stressful and we will try and ensure that things don’t get too heavy. You will see that the vast majority of our testimonials talk of “fun”. We know this is an extremely important subject, but working hard and having a giggle leads to a very effective learning environment. Our Paid instruction supports LEARNING not EARNING.

Recommended Reading

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Structured Driving Lessons

  • Not just a let’s go for a drive and lets see what we find approach

  • They follow a syllabus that is based upon and broader than that of the DVSA’s
  • Typically have a start, middle and end structure:

    • Start, includes a recap on previous lesson and a review of the aims and objectives for the current lesson
    • Middle, the activity to achieve aims and objectives
    • End, a recap against the aims and objectives and task setting for next lesson and any background reading or homework set.

The Driving School’s Appointments Diary and Progress Record

progress record example 2We base the structure of our lessons around our appointments diary and progress record.
This is a booklet given to all clients and contains:

The syllabus – and a graduated scale of recording progress against this.
The appointments diary and record of payments made.
The show me tell me questions
A learning agreement.
A section on how to drive – overview progress record example 1
Some guidance notes for parents accompanying clients.

progress record example 3We write in the book at the end of each lesson a summary of the lessons focusing on strengths and weakness from the lessons, if the objectives have been achieved and set tasks for the following lessons.

progress record example 1We recognise that the process of learning to drive can be stressful. We aim to work hard and play hard.

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