Driving Instruction that lets you spend less, as our driving tuition is tailored to your individual needs!
Our driving instructors cover Bradford. If you would like to obtain your driving licence with as little worry and inconvenience as possible then Andy1st driving lessons Bradford is the place to be. Book your driving lessons in Bradford with our experienced DSA approved driving instructors with many hundreds of happy pupils under our belts.
When you book with Andy1st we will give 1oo% commitment to ensure you have the knowledge to pass your test.
Driving should be a pleasurable experience and that is what we aim to achieve as well as getting you to your goal, from learner driver to NEW DRIVER!
Areas Covered by Andy1st
Including these areas.
Bradford City Centre, Little Germany, Goitside, Longlands, Independent Quarter, West End, City Park, Eccleshill, Five Lane Ends, parts of Undercliffe, Fagley, Wrose, Bolton Woods, Poplars Farm, Swain House, Ashbourne, High House, Grove House, Idle, Barkerend, Bradford Moor, Thornbury, Eastbrook, Pollard Park, parts of Laisterdyke, Undercliffe, Wapping, Bierley, East Bowling, East Bierley, Laisterdyke, Tong, Tong Street, Holme Wood, Dudley Hill, Tyersal, Swaine Green, Cutler Heights, Tong Village, Bankfoot, Little Horton, West Bowling, Canterbury, Marshfields, Ripleyville, Faxfleet, Buttershaw, Wibsey, Woodside, Westwood Park, Odsal, Staithgate, parts of Horton Bank Top (Cooperville), Great Horton, Lidget Green, Scholemoor, Horton Bank Top, Horton Grange, Manningham, Girlington, White Abbey, Four Lane Ends, Whetley, Westbourne Green, West Park, Lower Grange, Rhodesway, Crossley Hall, Fairweather Green, Belle Vue, Frizinghall, Heaton, Daisy Hill, Haworth Road Estate, Chellow Heights, Chellow Grange, Apperley Bridge, parts of Eccleshill, Greengates, Idle, Thackley, Ravenscliffe, Thorpe Edge, Birkenshaw, Drighlington, Low Moor, Oakenshaw, Wyke, Lower Wyke, Delph Hill, Cullingworth, Clayton Heights Denholme, Queensbury, Thornton, School Green, Clayton,
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Driving was once seen as a right; back then, everyone had the birthright to get their hands on the wheel, take their own cars or motorcycles and drive them around town. Many people who might have needed a little more training and skills testing ended up in accidents. They either hurt someone or damaged property. As a result, driving rights were then controlled, and it required a license for people to continue driving. Needless to say, local authorities are now stricter in approving driver’s license applications. Applicants have to be 100% competent and responsible to be allowed to drive again.
This is where driving schools in cities like Bradford can be very helpful. Being able to drive gives people a lot of freedom and flexibility, but it comes at a price: they have to know the rules of the road and also how to take care of their car. Both of these important concepts are generalized, but driving lessons Bradford dig deep into them and discuss them to their students. Driving lessons Bradford provide a formal avenue for students to learn the ropes of road etiquette, road signs, driver behavior and the like. In addition, they are exposed to real life scenarios to test how well they can cope with the pressures and rigors of actual driving.
Some students require just the basic driving lessons Bradford, while others need intensive training. This is especially true for applicants who have little or no background on driving. They can avail the services of a dedicated instructor who can monitor their progress closely throughout the program. Depending on the stock knowledge and skills, applicants can start from the most basic concepts and slowly transition into other more complex lessons such as car care, international road signs, and advanced driver etiquette. The number of classes needed depends entirely on the knowledge and experience of the applicant, and the driving school is more than willing to be flexible.
As mentioned, the number of classes of the entire program depends on the experience and knowledge of the driver. Some applicants need just 3 to 5 days of training, with each day having 2 to 4 hours of classroom discussion and actual driving exercises. Applicants will learn quickly with this amount of time, and they can get their certifications after they pass the actual driving exam. Others take a little more time, sometimes one and a half to two weeks. The program will be a little more detailed, with a lot of focus on road signs, which might be very confusing for beginners. Needless to say, the more time needed by an applicant, the more accommodating the driving school will be.
This is what sets driving schools in cities like Bradford apart from the rest. The flexibility of the instructors and the programs makes learning fun for all types of drivers. At the end of the day, passing or failing the driving test is ultimately and solely up to the applicant. However, with the right mentoring from competent driving schools and instructors, success is much more probable. Successful applicants can then enjoy their hard earned privilege of driving to their heart’s content.
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Driving school Franchise Bradford
So what do you get as a Andy1st driving school franchisee.
New pupils supplied without charge!
Start-up pack and stationery.
Professionally designed web site for your area.
Search engine optimisation for your instructor web site.
An advert in YELL.com (online business directory)
An advert in all other major driving school directories!
Advertising on Facebook, Twitter, Google+1.
No hidden pupil charges or ‘add on’ costs
In need of sponsorship! We will sponsor you.
Unlimited leaflets delivered to you for your personal use.
Up to 4 weeks holiday per year!
No contract to sign!! If you do not like what we offer just return the top box.
Regional lesson prices to match your area.
We are now taking on franchisees , just give us a call!