How to choose the right driving Instructor
Choosing the right driving Instructor can make all the difference.
From those first few lessons to get her understating the basics, to that very last lesson before her driving test, the right driving instructor is such an important key to ensure she enjoys driving.
But how do you choose the right instructor? How do you know that they are going to be the right teacher for your daughter?
In today’s video we give you the top 5 tips for choosing the right driving instructor.
Download the checklist below for easy reference:
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Haven’t watched the other video’s in our series?
The perfect checklist for teaching your teenage daughter to drive
Imagine feeling relaxed and confident that your daughter was safe every-time she went out driving. Imagine the peace of mind you would have knowing that she was prepared, confident and empowered; in control of her driving and safety.
Teaching your teenage daughter to drive involves more than just showing her how to reverse park and change lanes in traffic.
She needs to learn how to feel confident and safe behind the wheel of a car. She needs to know what to do to stay out of trouble and what to do if things were to go wrong.
Let’s dive in and get you ready to start your daughter on the journey ahead.
We take a quick look under the bonnet and point out what is essential to keep an eye on (it’s easier than you think).
Download the checklist below to pop into her glove-box and watch today’s video.
The essentials you need to keep in the car
P plates on the car, quick car check completed and your daughter is ready to jump in the driver’s seat and start cruising on her own!
Do you know the essentials that she needs to keep in her car? Not just a jack and a spare tyre, but the things that will make the everyday drive easier and the essentials to keep your daughter out of trouble.
In today’s video we show you what she needs in the car for every trip and we also have the essential ‘What to do in an accident’ checklist. Make sure to download it, go through it with your daughter and pop it into her glove-box.