If you take driving lessons Singapore, you may want to note some of the following points simply because you don’t want to be caught unaware when you go for your lessons with either your school or private driving instructor.
1) Your instructor will teach you the various mechanisms in the car such as the signal, honk, turning on of wipers, e.t.c.
2) He will then usually teach you the steering of the wheel (this is straightforward)
3) Let you familiarize with the amount of pressure you need to apply on the accelerator pedal and brake pedal.
4) Once you are familiar with all that, you will learn much more interesting things such as U-turn, turning, three point turn, parking e.t.c.
5) After that, he will concentrate on having you drive around the usual test routes (this is the case for those students in Singapore who are learning from private driving instructors). For school students, you will be taught mainly in the circuit, where only the last few lessons before your examinations will you be given real road experience.
6) Vice versa, the private students will usually get fewer driving school circuit lessons and usually that comes in nearing the last part of the curriculum. If you are familiar with driving on outside roads however, you should do perfectly in the circuit. The only main thing you need to note is the clutch (for manual students) – because speeds are much lower within the circuits due to high traffic volume of learner cars. Auto transmission car learners with private driving instructors should find it super easy to pass.
So that’s all, then you will be going for the driving test which your instructor should have applied on your behalf (if you learn from private driving instructors) or you have applied (if you are a school learner).
Good luck for your test and may you quickly get your Singapore driving licence on your first try!
Now that you want to drive exotic cars, you need to first get your driving license – then you need to first find a great private driving instructor so that you can quickly pass your practical exam on the first try.
There are 2 types of instructors – one from schools located at Ubi, Bukit Batok and Woodlands. These are school teachers and they may be rotated around actually so you get a different instructor each time although you get very structured lessons.
The second type of instructor is the private driving instructor. Here’s why this is generally more popular among students who are looking for a customized learning experience. Because you get to stick with only one instructor and he/she will be able to know you learning curve.
One of the best places to pass your exams is at Bukit Batok simply because the traffic there is very little and thus looking for a private driving instructor at Bukit Batok is the best idea if you want to quickly get your driver’s license and drive your Lamborghini or Ferrari.
You can learn it at either Ubi, Bukit Batok or Woodlands… Just make sure to find a good private driving instructor in Singapore to pass your test on the first try and save some good money!
Tips on finding your ideal private driving instructor in Singapore –>>
1) Ask friends who have passed their driving test on the first try to refer you their instructors – usually this is the best form of referral as it has been tested and proven effective by other students.
2) Look for online matching agencies – there are such companies who will help match you up with your ideal instructor according to your location and transmission preferences and arrange dates for you – see them as matchmakers but for driving lessons in Singapore
3) Go to the areas where these private instructors usually wait for their students (i.e. wait outside the CDC entrance next to the coffeeshop next door.) Take note though, that this may not be the best way to do so, as a free instructor usually means that his teaching is not as good and thus does not have many students and hence is free to sit around and do nothing. I have heard of people who have gotten a bad driving instructor by using this method so use this at your own discretion.
To conclude, I would recommend you go for either solution number 1 or 2 when looking for an instructor to give you driving lessons. After you finally get your Singapore driving license, then ready to rock and roll on the F1 track (perhaps not with the F1 fast cars but sports cars such as Lamborghini is possible on race tracks :D)