The differences between an experienced driving instructor and an inexperienced one

Written by Ian Tran

Inexperienced Instructor

There are a few differences between an experienced driving instructor and a new driving instructor. For instance, the new driving instructor lacks confidence on how they execute their duties. There are other noticeable differences while others are not very obvious. Either way the experienced instructor has so much on the inexperienced instructor. That means the experienced driving instructor will offer better lessons than the inexperienced one. So how do you distinguish between the two and are you supposed to even look so hard? For one, the lack of confidence will betray the inexperienced instructor.

Secondly, the inexperienced instructor misses some crucial information during the driving lessons. For instance the inexperienced instructor might forget some traffic rules which are vital to the entire course. This in effect might cause a learner to fail a test not because he did not understand the concepts but because the instructor forgot to teach them. Thirdly, the experienced driving instructors understand every little detail about the courses, the driving test and issuance of driving licenses. That way he/she is able to amply prepare the student on the test which will determine the final results.

Fourthly, the experienced driving instructor knows every practical aspect of the training procedure such as the parallel reverse parking. This gives them the upper hand in preparing the learners on the various lessons they are supposed to take. Even as far as safety goes, the instructor can easily predict a learner’s reaction to various actions which gives him the credibility to stop any impeding accidents that may occur in such situations.

In most cases the experienced instructor offers better quality services than the inexperienced one. The best choice for the learner is to work with the experienced instructor even if they might seem costlier. Eventually, every single penny spent will be worth your resources and time.