Your emotions affect the progress of your driving lessons. For example, if you have had a busy day or have too much on your mind, your driving performance will be much less good. You drive better if you are only focused on driving and leave your daily worries outside the car. Easier said than done; that’s true! But try to put your head on “zero” when you start the driving lesson.
Cooperation with driving instructor
Usually candidates have a good relationship with their driving instructor. If you unexpectedly do not have a “click” with your driving instructor, you will reluctantly take your driving lessons. If you drive reluctantly, you will block yourself from learning. It is advisable to continue your driving training with another driving instructor, where you have a click. If you take driving lessons at a large driving school, such as De Rijscholen Concurrent, you can arrange this very easily; with one call to the office and you will be transferred to another instructor without any problems. After a short phone call, the office staff usually quickly knows which instructor is better for you.
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