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Title: Compare Driving School, Driving Instructor or Driving Lessons At One Place@ www.findmyinstructor.com.au


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Driving School - 15 Tips You Need to Know!
  • Tips Tricks By www.findmyinstructor.com.au

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Introduction
  • So you need to choose a driving school for
    yourself or one of your family members and you
    wonder what driving school would be right for
    me? While most driving schools would do their job
    well, each school however might target their
    specific audience and support their specific set
    of services which might not work for you
    individually.
  • Below are the main checkpoints to consider when
    selecting a driving school.

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Checkpoint 1
  • Check for License Types Your Driving School
    Supports.
  • Check if your school provides training for car
    drivers, motorcycle drivers, commercial truck
    drivers (CDL) and so on. Note, that school bus
    drivers usually require special training.

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Checkpoint 2
  • Check for Schools Target Audience.
  • Check if your school provides special courses for
    first-timers, teen-drivers, seniors and drivers
    with disabilities. Teen-drivers usually require a
    special training approach which is different from
    training for seniors. If you are a handicapped
    citizen a car for your driving training might
    need special equipment as well as instructors
    skilled in training of that kind of students.

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Checkpoint 3
  • Check Your Schools Total Years in Business.
  • While the longest work history doesnt
    necessarily translate to the best training
    services, years in business could be considered
    as a valuable indicator that your Driving School
    knows how to adapt to the ever changing market
    and can withstand competition well.

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Checkpoint 4
  • Check for School Status in DMV/DOL
  • Many states provide up-to-date information about
    local driving schools, their ratings, customer
    feedbacks etc. In Canada, for example, you can
    get a list of not-recognized Canadian driving
    schools in provincial DOL web sites, so you could
    filter out obvious mismatches right away.

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Checkpoint 5
  • Check What Pricing Your School Offers
  • Compare your schools pricing to the pricing
    offered by other schools with the similar driving
    training services. To avoid unexpected expenses
    pay special attention to the fine-print. Make
    sure that you understand all hidden fees and
    charges. Ask for special offers. Many schools
    offer special packages with discounts which you
    might find interesting.

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Checkpoint 6
  • Check Languages of Instruction Your School
    Supports.
  • We are a nation of immigrants. If you are not a
    native English speaker getting training in your
    first language could be crucial for you. Check
    what languages other than English are supported
    in that driving school.

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Checkpoint 7
  • Check if You Can Request Male or Female
    Instructor.
  • If your family has strong cultural ties with your
    back country it might be important for you to
    request a male or female instructor for your
    childs training. Make sure that the driving
    school of your choice addresses your needs.

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Checkpoint 8
  • Check if the School Provides Formal Training in
    Classes.
  • Does your school provide formal training in
    classes? If yes how many hours of formal
    training is included into your fee? Note that
    while being beneficial, in class training is not
    mandatory and can often be done online.

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Checkpoint 9
  • Check if Behind-the Wheel Training is Offered.
  • Check how many hours you will get in
    behind-the-wheel training with that school. This
    is a very important checkpoint. Too few hours
    might not be enough to pass the test in DOL. Too
    many hours might look like a money-oriented
    school.

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Checkpoint 10
  • Check if Free Pick-up and Drop-off Services are
    Available.
  • Most driving schools provide free pick-up and
    drop-off services for their students. However
    these free services normally apply to specific
    locations only (usually expressed in miles from
    driving schools main office). If your
    pickup/drop-off location is outside of the
    supported area you still can get pick-up/drop-off
    services but with some conditions for example,
    the time an instructor drives from the school
    office to your location could be counted towards
    your driving lesson time. Make sure that you
    double check this rule with your school of
    interest.

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Checkpoint 11
  • Check for Schools Success Rate.
  • Most driving schools would proudly state that the
    success rate of their students is 99.99. Take
    these statements with a punch of salt. As of
    today - the success rate statistics is not
    officially tracked by the DOL hence the most
    optimistic statements are the subject of good
    faith only. Get a second opinion ask your
    friends, colleagues or associates about your
    school of interest. You can also check on-line
    resources, forums and web communities to get the
    broader opinion pool.

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Checkpoint 12
  • Check if Free, No Obligation Initial Driving
    Lesson is Offered.
  • Some schools provide free, no obligation one hour
    training lesson for new students. Ask if your
    school has this offer try it for free and only
    then make your final decision.

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Checkpoint 13
  • Check for Auto Insurance Discounts in That
    School.
  • Many driving schools provide auto insurance
    discounts for their students. Check if your
    school is one of them.

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Checkpoint 14
  • Check if Car for Driving Test in DOL is Offered.
  • By law, it is the duty of the candidate to
    provide a safe, operable car for his test in DOL.
    Addressing this issue, some schools provide
    discounted or even free car rental to their
    student for their test at the DOL. Ask for this
    option from your school if you cannot provide
    your own car for the DOL test.

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Checkpoint 15
  • Check What Car Fleet They Have.
  • Ask what types of vehicles your driving school
    will be using for your training. Old, worn out
    vehicles decrease the morale and wont help to
    progress your driving skills in a timely manner.
    Besides that, newer vehicles are usually safer.
    However dont be over impressed by new cars
    proudly advertised by some schools a new car
    alone wont replace the instructors experience
    and professional skills. So, use this checkpoint
    with caution.

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  • www.findmyinstructor.com.au
  • One Stop Place for All Drivers
  • Find My Instructor is the best place for the
    people who are searching for the best Driving
    School, Driving Instructor or Driving Lesson then
    not just appoint anyone, first compare it on our
    platform and then choose the best.
  • Phone 1300 724 808

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