Guiseley School of Motoring
notes for parents
Finding a Driving Instructor you can Trust
Getting it Right
choosing the correct instructor
Today’s DVSA driving test is very demanding. The volume and speed of traffic, and other drivers lack of manners or basic understanding of the highway code make learning to drive difficult for the learner driver, even in and around the local area as you may know.
Confidence in my Teaching
a driving instructor you can trust
You can be sure that by choosing me as the Driving Instructor for your son or daughter, I will teach them not only the skill they need to get through the driving test, but also the resources to drive safely and responsibly in all situations for the rest of their lives. I also teach pupils with Aspergers Syndrome.
what other parents think
"A short note to thank you more formally for teaching Matthew to drive and getting him through his test. Your expertise and commitment, together with your relaxed and flexible approach were essential. And competitive rates too! It goes without saying that I would recommend Guiseley School of Motoring to anyone. Very many thanks once again."
Mark O'Brien, Bradford
Driving Practice with a Family Member
Getting driving practice with a friend or a family member is a good way to boost confidence behind the wheel for a learner driver. But please remember the following points:  the instructor must be over 21, and held a full licence for 3 years, and both are insured to drive the car, and regulation L plates are displayed.
Get in Touch Today
I believe that communication between the pupil, instructor and parents is very important. So feel free to call me for an informal chat if you think I may be the person to teach your son or daughter to drive.
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