Tips to help keep the cost of driving lessons down:
* You should opt for a DVSA registered ADI (Approved Driving Instructor). A professional will be able to train you, quicker and to a much higher standard than a non-ADI
* If the initial prices are low, check if they plan to increase prices later on, costing you more money in the long run.
* Ask if your tutor is prepared to offer you a free lesson if you refer a friend.
* Practice with a friend or family. This especially helps if you only have a lesson once a week.
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