With some learners failing their driving test the first time or even the second, third or fourth time, it can become very expensive coming face to face with an examiner.
Research has found that failed driving tests are costing learners in the region of £52m a year.
Tests cost £62 to book and many pupils after failing don’t want to or can’t afford to take lessons in-between, so simply book another test. The problem with this is they then find themselves not quite ready and often fail again costing them even more.
Our advice to pupils that fail, keep having a few lessons in-between test dates to keep the consistency there. Working on the minor points that lead to failing the last test, will hopefully see you pass next time with flying colours.
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