Driving Test Rescue
It is probably not your fault if you have failed your driving test more than once !
Sometimes in life you can face a challenge, and it doesn’t go to plan. Failing your driving test a few times certainly fits into that category, but there is real help at hand.
I know that failing your driving test can cause a bit of a sinking feeling, and to fail it several times quickly becomes very frustrating. You can start to question whether driving is right for you. But the truth of the matter is, driving is pretty much for everyone.
The cause of the problem is the way you have been learning, and it’s not your fault. The driving test is not there to make people fail, there are no such things as quotas. It’s simply a matter of knowing how to be a safe driver.
If you have failed several times then it’s usually a case of being allowed to take your test when you are simply not ready !
I know there is pressure to pass your test, and no one will blame you for wanting to take your test as soon as possible. But it is my job to make sure you understand the rules of the road, and be sure that you are driving confidently and that you are in control of your car.
Following an assessment drive/lesson I will give you an estimate of how many hours (including test day) I believe you will need to pass first time with me.
It will help me to understand why you failed – people don’t fail just because they forgot to indicate! Nobody intentionally drives unsafely. You only drive that way because you have been allowed to pick up bad habits while learning to drive. I will teach you how to break them and work with you until safe driving is second nature to you.
Everything starts with a phone call to get the following information from you:
- How many hours of lessons have you completed?
- How long ago was your last test? (How many have you taken?)
- When does your theory run out?
- Who was your previous instructor?
- Do you have the previous driving test report (DL25)?
- Why did you stop?
- What do you find the most difficult about driving?
- When do you want to pass your test by?