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Preparing for Driving Lessons for My Son

Preparing for Driving Lessons for My Son

 In less than 6 month's time, my oldest will be 17-years-old. He is at that age and time in his life where he is transitioning from youth to becoming a young adult, and there will be big changes for him. He plans to start college in September to study Law and Economics and he is hoping to have a part-time job ASAP (he has an interview this week).

In less than 6 month's time, my oldest will be 17-years-old. He is at that age and time in his life where he is transitioning from youth to becoming a young adult, and there will be big changes for him. He plans to start college in September to study Law and Economics and he is hoping to have a part-time job ASAP (he has an interview this week).

One thing he has wanted and asked for is a moped. To give him the freedom to travel without having to rely on us taking and picking him up.  So in the next couple of week's we are looking to buy him a second hand one. The moped will be a temporary solution, roughly for a year - he plans to get himself a car next year (after he has passed his lessons). Thus, we need to start looking at driving lessons for him as a birthday present for his 17th.

As we will be spending money on driving lessons for my son, it’s important that I take my time over choosing a qualified driving instructor or driving school and one that I feel confident with and that my son will feel comfortable with.

I want to make sure we choose a DSA Approved Driving Instructor (ADIs). However, I want to be able to do this quickly and with ease and what better way than doing it with a reputable company online? A place where I can search, book and check his progress. Pass'N'Go  offer such a service which would be perfect - it meets all our needs. 

I learnt to drive in my mid-30s, and that was due to my hubby encouraging me as I had no intentions of ever driving, I didn't feel I would like it, I was not confident at all. But, with some nudging from hubby, and after my second child, I took the first step and started my lessons - I've never looked back (although, it took me 3 attempts to pass and get my license) and enjoy the freedom and opportunities driving gives me. And, this is what I want for my son. Driving lessons I feel is important for him.

 

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