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Why Automatic Driving Lessons Help You Pass Faster

Why Automatic Driving Lessons Help You Pass Faster

Why Automatic Driving Lessons Help You Pass Faster

For many around the world, it remains a mystery why the British car market is dominated by cars with manual gearboxes. The majority of drivers in America, across Asia and Australia now drive an automatic. Their approach removes some of the complexity from driving with three pedals and a complicated shifting mechanism, the stress of moving in heavy traffic, and of course, makes it easier when it comes to passing their driving test.

In the UK, you can also benefit from this approach. Learning to drive automatic vehicles and taking the automatic test has several advantages for the driver. Not only will it help you pass the test faster, with less to learn, but at Wimbledon Driving School, we can also help those who have struggled with a manual gearbox car, or had trouble with bite points and stick control in the past. Alternatively, if you have trouble with mobility in your legs or arms which make it essential you drive an automatic, we can help you relearn the process and be on the move as soon as possible.

Benefits of learning in an automatic

Learning in an automatic vehicle allows the driver to focus on the road and the traffic around you, rather than worrying about what your feet and hands are doing. Automatic drivers also spend more time with their hands on the steering wheel, making it a marginally safer option.

While learning, with less to worry about in the car, you can focus on listening to the instructor, putting the rules of the road into practice and gaining practical driving experience, so you should pass your test more rapidly and be on the road enjoying your automotive freedom sooner.

Automatic drivers also spend more time with their hands on the steering wheel, making it a marginally safer option. While learning, with less to worry about in the car, you can focus on listening to the instructor, putting the rules of the road into practice and gaining practical driving experience, so you should pass your test more rapidly and be on the road enjoying your automotive freedom sooner.

While learning, with less to worry about in the car, you can focus on listening to the instructor, putting the rules of the road into practice and gaining practical driving experience, so you should pass your test more rapidly and be on the road enjoying your automotive freedom sooner.

With the car doing more of the work for you, you can have a greater situational awareness of pedestrians, cyclists and other road hazards.

Nervous drivers, perhaps those who have repeatedly failed their manual test, or have had an accident and given up driving, will find learning (or re-learning) in an automatic and rewarding experience that will help put to rest any nerves or worries.

While younger drivers may have no trouble with a manual, as we get older, people may find that driving in city traffic increasingly stresses knee, ankle and wrist joints and muscles, especially through heavy traffic. By learning to use an automatic, that strain won’t be an issue, or will vanish if you are re-learning to drive, which can keep you driving safely a lot longer and without any pain.

Finally, if you need to get on the road in a hurry, then your automatic licence will likely see you building up confidence and skills, as you learn to take the regular manual test, something that we can also help with.

We offer a first lesson for £10 to help get you started, and our DSA-approved instructors are friendly and will guide you rapidly to driving test success, at a pace that is suitable for you and your budget.

Get in touch to book a lesson (http://www.wimbledondrivingschool.com/contact/) and find out how an automatic can make a huge difference to your life on the road.

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