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i know i want 1 thats farly good value for money, and i dont really carewhat car i learn in, but what should i look for in an instuctor (qualifications etc)
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but what should i look for in an instuctor (qualifications etc)
a qualified one
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i know i want 1 thats farly good value for money, and i dont really carewhat car i learn in, but what should i look for in an instuctor (qualifications etc)
http://www.thepass.org/choosingadrivinginstructor.html

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i know i want 1 thats farly good value for money, and i dont really carewhat car i learn in, but what should i look for in an instuctor (qualifications etc)
recommendations!!! You live in Heanor right? well i'm not sure if he comes out that far, but Dave Walsh (based in Kimbo) taught me (1st time pass) and he is brilliant!! I can give you the number if you wanna give him a try!
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unless you have had good recomendations from friends etc, i would stick to the national driving schools such as bsm, AA, etc.... but it is best to use someone who has been recommended to you
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unless you have had good recomendations from friends etc, i would stick to the national driving schools such as bsm, AA, etc.... but it is best to use someone who has been recommended to you
(like shazza just did!!- genius!!)
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recommendations!!! You live in Heanor right? well i'm not sure if he comes out that far, but Dave Walsh (based in Kimbo) taught me (1st time pass) and he is brilliant!! I can give you the number if you wanna give him a try!
i bet he would, its only bout 4 mile away, ok whats the no.? how much did ur lessons cost?
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unless you have had good recomendations from friends etc, i would stick to the national driving schools such as bsm, AA, etc.... but it is best to use someone who has been recommended to you
all ur payin for tho is the name, and ur only as good as urself at the end of the day
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i bet he would, its only bout 4 mile away, ok whats the no.? how much did ur lessons cost?
It was £16 but I been passed a year now (probably £17/£18 max i'd say)
I will pm number to you!!

btw are you still after a PC?
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It was £16 but I been passed a year now (probably £17/£18 max i'd say)
I will pm number to you!!

btw are you still after a PC?
thanx shazza!!!! yeah i am why?
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thanx shazza!!!! yeah i am why?
Just wanted to say Sass computers in Eastwood are good, and Visage in Ilkeston, they are regularly in Eastwood shopper, and Eastwood and Kimberley advertiser. (if you get that) Anyway they will do you a computer to whatever specs you give, or they have ready made packages. They are v. helpful! God, so am I today LOL!
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Just wanted to say Sass computers in Eastwood are good, and Visage in Ilkeston, they are regularly in Eastwood shopper, and Eastwood and Kimberley advertiser. (if you get that) Anyway they will do you a computer to whatever specs you give, or they have ready made packages. They are v. helpful! God, so am I today LOL!
u r beein very helpful!!!! i'll give them a try then, i pm u if i have any luck, r u from the eastwood area then?
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i know i want 1 thats farly good value for money, and i dont really carewhat car i learn in, but what should i look for in an instuctor (qualifications etc)
The true sign of a good driving school is the condition of the building. be sure to check for large dents in the wall, kurb, other cars etc, etc.
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i was lookin on the net last nite and i mite have found a good 1, u can do block bookins at £99 for 10 lessons and £17 for the 1s after, and they are in heanor which always helps
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