So what if;
- That dream job came up that included a company car and that meant you travelling to inaccessible places, devoid of public transport.
- You decide to start a family and move to somewhere more rural, how would you get to work or even go to the shops then.
- You want to transport large items that could be to heavy to carry on public transport.
- These days you can hire vehicles at relatively low prices for when you want to move home or just a bit of furniture or you have a large shop to carry out for a party.
- A relative or Loved one became sick and you had to drive them to hospital, maybe they already have a car and become sick or ill whilst you are out and are unable to drive.
- On your bucket list there's the dream to travel to places like America where car travel is essential and perhaps you want to drive the famous Route 66.
Driving a car opens up a whole world of possibilities and just having the freedom to jump in the car and not having to worry about how much you can carry is so enlightening. You can visit anywhere, go anywhere and you do not feel as though you have to rely on a friend, loved one or relative.
So even if it is not your intention to drive straight away of you do not have a car start learning to drive straight away. I waited til I was in my early 30s and as soon as I passed my test I wondered what all the fuss was about and why I had been putting this off for years and years. I'm so happy to be driving now but I do so regret not doing it sooner.
So if you want driving lessons in London and want to pass your driving test come and take some lessons with us