Question by  Bobbin (19)

What do you consider when choosing a driving instructor?

I want my daughter to have professional lessons before she drives on her own.


Answer by  claudia07822002 (10)

Professional instructors are more or less equal in reliability. Some people thinks older instructors are better than younger ones, or picking up a driving school located in a trafficated place could lead to a better learning practise. So, consider choosing a well-known school, better if you know someone who works or has been a pupil there. Good luck!


Answer by  Ben3889 (178)

well you need to make sure they have alot of experiance in teaching people how to drive in the state you live in.


Answer by  Jessie124 (1885)

Don't be afraid to interview various instructors. Make sure they have an easy-going but firm demeanor, and that you get the sense they genuinely like what they do. It will make a world of difference when they're teaching your daughter. Make sure they are well insuranced, and look at the fleet of cars they have.


Answer by  Simon (54)

A driving instructor must have patience and not get rattled easily. Check out the company with the Better Business Bureau. I would also ask to see copies of the insurance and exactly what the coverage is. It would be good to see what the condition of the cars and the tires.

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