If you are fortunate enough to be in a position where your parents or someone else is arranging driving lessons for you to get a full British licence once at the age of 17, then you better wake up and take advantage of the opportunity.
I currently have 2 teen aged provisional licence holders whose family have taken the time to look for a good London driving instructor, booked the lessons, paid the money and these learner drivers just about turn up and think they are doing their parents a favour!
Not only is it easier to pass the driving test at 17 if you work hard at it, but it will cost you less since you will take fewer lessons than if you wait another 5 years, not to forget that is costing some of you nothing moneywise!
5 years down the line you will 22, but might be busier studing at university, working your way up the ladder in your career and not have the time to take driving lessons in addition to preparing for professional examinations to be a financial adviser, not to forget your parents or uncle might no longer be willing to sponsor you to get a full licence that might now be more beneficial to you, cost more and take much longer than when you were 17 years old.
Even if you might have to ferry your parents or sibblings around after getting a licence at 17, you have acquired a life skill that will stay with you forerever long after your parents have benefited from it!
If you require high quality driving lessons from a very helpful, patient and fully qualified ADI, then why not call or send me a text message on 07956233032, please note I don't take calls during lessons so leave a message and I'll call back as soon as possible.
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