Saif driving School is not only focused on developing safe & responsible drivers but also we aim to get you through your driving test as soon as possible. We do this by having local driving instructors who have knowledge about the local test routes. We cover Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
We believes everyone learns in different ways, therefore we work out a tailored, personalized lesson plan that’s designed to give you the very best chance of passing your test not only first time but also help turn you into a safe and confident driver. So if you looking for automatic or manual driving lessons in Birmingham, Sandwell, West Bromwich and surrounding areas, we can help, Get in touch!!!
HOW DOES SAIF DRIVING SCHOOL WORK
In the beginning of your very first lesson , our driving Instructor will want to find out about your driving experience , so we know how many lessons you might need in total. Then we’ll work out how many sessions we can fit into a week. We usually recommend at least a two-hour lesson each week, because most people find this works best. But it’s your call and we’ll fit around your life as best we can. Your instructor will provide you with your very own “track record”; this is essentially a logbook that we use to monitor and show your progression as your driving skills develop. Its also a great way to keep your family and friends informed!
INNOVATION, PASSION AND EXPERIENCE
Our Driving Lessons is an innovative driving school based in the heart of Birmingham, serving most Birmingham areas with quality driving tuition. Our driving lessons are provided by fully qualified driving instructors, who offer manual lessons. Innovation is our companies’ passion, evident by Saif Driving Lessons being one of the first driving schools in Birmingham to offer Eco Driving Lessons; giving new and existing drivers the opportunity to train to drive in an eco-manner, saving money and the planet.
When looking for driving lessons, we know there are many companies to choose from, but not many can offer you such an array of course, qualified driving instructors and most won’t have years of experience to back themselves, which is why 1000’s of people choose us to help them pass every year.
Establish a confident mind-set and hit the roads armed with the knowledge of safety in mind. As a leading driving school, we are dedicated to offering cheap yet comprehensive lessons throughout Aston, Bartley Green, Bearwood, Birmingham, Blackheath, Bournville, Brierley Hill, Carters Green, Cradley Heath, Dudley, Edgbaston, Halesowen, Handsworth, Harborne, Hill Top, Hurst Green, Ladywood, Langley, Lion Farm, Lozells, Old Hill, Oldbury, Quinton, Rowley Regis, Selly Oak, Smethwick, Spring Hill, Swan Village, Tipton,Tividale, Walsall, Warley, Wednesbury, West Bromwich, Winson Green, Woodgate Valley and beyond. SAIF Driving School offers qualified driving instructors who focus on developing students into confident and safe drivers.
We provide complete and comprehensive programs tailored to each individual needs to give you more than what is involved from the driving test requirements. We provide you with a skill for life. We offer full support and tuition to Drivers wishing to obtain their DVSA Drivers Licence. We offer lessons 7 Days a week, 7am till 8pm.
Our driving instructors don’t use aggressive or negative training methods in your lessons and will be patient and supportive at all times. This means you will be able to get the most from your time with them and feel confident to ask questions or advice as needed. This is one of the many reasons why our driving instructors are so highly sought by those in Aston, Bartley Green, Bearwood, Birmingham, Blackheath, Bournville, Brierley Hill, Carters Green, Cradley Heath, Dudley, Edgbaston, Halesowen, Handsworth, Harborne, Hill Top, Hurst Green, Ladywood, Langley, Lion Farm, Lozells, Old Hill, Oldbury, Quinton, Rowley Regis, Selly Oak, Smethwick, Spring Hill, Swan Village, Tipton,Tividale, Walsall, Warley, Wednesbury, West Bromwich, Winson Green and Woodgate Valley.
The very first pieces of advice that a young driver learns are some of the most likely to influence how they have to drive later in life. After all, it takes a lot longer time and duration to unlearn something that is taught incorrectly than to learn something right at the first time.
We understand that potholes can cause extreme and serious damage to vehicles and, in some cases, accidents also, but our driving instructors at Harborne, has introduced these to the hazard perception test in your cheap driving lessons in Harborne and will never be able to simulate the real life hazards that motorists encounter. At Saif Driving School, Harborne, we disagree with the call to class potholes as hazards in the perception test.
Our driving instructors at Harborne teach our learners to observe and respond safely to hazards and this includes looking out for potholes. This observation is the most important thing we can teach in automatic driving lessons in Harborne to avoid potholes. As long as learners are driving at their driving schools in Harborne an appropriate speed and are alert and aware of their surroundings, the impact of all the potholes in the road should be minimal.
Stake out a place to teach and find a safe spot
One of the hardest and difficult things when teaching a new driver or while driving firstly is, also particularly for inner-city dwellers, is finding a safe spot away from the traffic and obstacles to practise in.
Firstly familiarise yourself with the quiet roads in your area that have wide lanes and having minimal traffic when your child begins driving in the road. As your learner becomes more adept and comfort behind the wheel, research where are the best spots available in your area that have light traffic to take your learner to next level.
Use the best teaching tools at your disposal
In Harborne, some of the world’s best drivers make for awful teachers to take perfect driving lessons. Driving and teaching somebody to drive are two separate skills, thereby so you should make sure that your teen is keeping up with whatever new tricks and lessons you’re showing them.
Communication is the main key here. Make sure they don’t just listen, but also can repeat back whatever you’ve taught them in different words and meanings. Don’t send mixed messages (such as telling them to stay calm and freaking out if they look like they’re about to lose control!), and remember that driving is a skill that takes a lot of time to master and one has to stay in patience and re-familiarise yourself with the road rules.