We’ve not got a magic wand, but these tips may help you to manage your budget whilst preparing for the driving test!
Practice between lessons
With spiraling costs and long wait times, no doubt learners are feeling more pressure to pass than ever. We’ve all heard the phrase “practice makes perfect”, so getting as much time behind the wheel as possible to hone your skills and increase confidence could prove vital to your success. Learner Driver Insurance
helps you get extra driving practice in a parent’s or friend’s car help you prepare for your test, and you’re not limited to the number of hours you can drive (provided you have a willing companion to supervise you!).
Pay for lessons in bulk
Many driving schools and instructors offer deals or discounts for booking lessons in bulk, so it’s worth securing lesson prices as early as possible to save you money down the line.
Only take your driving test when you are ready
Learners could face a long time to get a re-test if they fail. Which inevitably will lead to forking out more for lessons. So, it’s important that you and your instructor feel you are ready for the big day. This may mean getting extra lessons and practice in, or it may be wise to postpone to avoid wasting money having to fork out for another test (and the other associated costs like the instructor's car if you use theirs).