On Fire’s Reputation is Being Built on Our Tailored Teaching …
We recognise that different people, of different ages, learn in different ways; if you’re younger, or of an independent mind, you may prefer a ‘coaching’ style of driving lessons, where you're asked to identify where you can improve a particular
aspect of your driving. If you’re more cautious, or prefer a more structured approach, you may be more comfortable with an instructional style; ‘Do this.’ ‘That’s ok, but try it again this way.’ ‘Better. Let’s do it again and get it polished.’
type-thing. In our experience, we’re also aware that folk can switch between the need for different kinds of driving tuition as they progress; a very nervous person can sometimes ‘click’ after a few lessons and start to take control of their
driving and the learning process themselves. A bold, confident learner driver may need more intervention further down the line to reassure them that they’re on the right track or to perfect a particular skill.
All sorts of stuff to help you as you are learning to drive, whatever your style:
Here you have everything you’ll cover on the road at your fingertips; an easy overview from which to plan how you approach your driving tuition, review your progress and clarify uncertainties. From the very basics to test level.
The On Fire for Driving Team