Good Advice

To Assist Learner & Parent's

                               HOT TIPS
During the course of instructing my observation
of learner drivers attitude and
mannerism, their willingness to participate in the tasks
required to achieve a high standard of driving skill is how I decide
who is more deserving of extra time at no extra charge
For new students who have the dream of getting their licence
within a given time please take this advice
Present yourself for a driving lesson with dignity
Be showered and have clean clothes with proper enclosed  shoes
Your parents have the instructors number
if they need to contact you
Do not cancel a lesson so you can watch your
mates play football or other sporting activity
Do not cancel a lesson so that you may
attend a sporting practice
Manage and maintain your log book,
keep it clean, keep  it updated, It is the
learners responsibility! 
You are over 16 years of age, act responsibly
Learn how to answer a phone correctly
Learn how to get home from the post office
so you can describe where you live.
                 When I ask for directions from a 16yr old
"How do I get to your house from the Post Office?
they usually say! "hang on ill get mum'.
For mothers I have this advice,
Teach your son/daughter how to manage
the log book "it is not your job"
                 (Mothers are very good at doing their school
assignment and the learner log book)
Mum' You must take a stand for the sake of your
young one to learn how to be responsible
 Should you continue to do it for them you are depriving
them of the ability to think and act for themselves
Teach' how to have a personal handkerchief
  or tissues and the use
It is dreadful to sit with someone for more than an hour
sniffing and snuffling, sneezing wiping their hands
on their clothes or the steering wheel
using their hand and wiping snot everywhere
These are some of the tips to get better results

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