By meeting all nationalities you understand people more
Make some great friends / contacts
Choose your own vehicle to drive; as you will be sitting in it a lot!
Challenging problem solving
Joys of seeing clients passing driving test and then see them pass you on lessons (feel proud)
You become a better driver yourself with being in a vehicle for lots of hours
Questions that get good replies • Follow the road ahead? Is that left • How old are your feet? Pupil not sure • What side is steering wheel? Right, what seat are you sitting in? left. What seat would be best to sit in? left so you’re not wanting to drive away now? Yes; what seat do you want to sit in then? Left 🙂 • What are you going to do for that woman walking across the road? Speed up it’s my mother and she wouldn’t give me any money. • Why do you want to learn to drive? I want to visit my mother more; that’s good, where does she live? At end of the street.
Our driving instructor benefits
Free diary/telephone management
2 continuous development courses paid for per year
Free logo for car
Free business cards & stationery
Free advice for your development
Monthly get together…plus much more!
Thinking of becoming a driving instructor?
Or are you a driving instructor wanting to join our driver network?
**TWO Driving Instructors NEEDED to start ASAP Newcastle Area**
Serious injury to either party causing financial burden and hardship
Depression due to nature of using mobile phones
Loss of respect to yourself and from others
Increase in public transport burden if banned
Jail if convicted for injury or death carrying up to a life sentence period (when new law becomes effective march 2017)
Since 2003, it’s been illegal to use a handheld mobile device while driving. It’s still legal use a hands-free kit if your phone is in a cradle, but you can still be stopped if this distracts you and causes you to drive carelessly.
When the law was first introduced, the penalty fine was just £30. In 2007 this was increased to £60. The current penalty for using a mobile phone while driving, which was introduced in 2013, is a £100 fine and 3 penalty points — although some first-time offenders are offered a remedial course instead.
Under the new plans, the remedial course would be scrapped so drivers would face a compulsory fine and penalty points. The penalties would also double, with the fine increasing to £200 and the penalty points going from 3 to 6.
Currently, novice drivers (who have passed their test in the last two years) can be disqualified after receiving 6 points instead of the usual 12. Under the new plans, this could mean an immediate ban for novice drivers after one mobile phone driving offence. (information source www.uswitch.com)
If you need to make a call in a car please use a hands-free kit or bluetooth. If it is not an emergency please wait until you have finished driving to use your mobile phone.