Being able to confidently drive a car is necessary for anyone wanting to get around town, tick that road trip off your bucket list or quickly transport a bag of frozen bratwurst home from the store. Be prepared on the road and save up to 53% on an advanced driver training course OR a driver phobia cure course with The Driving Coach. Choose from the following:
- Pay R899.50 for an advanced driver training course, valued at R1799
- Pay R1999 for a driver phobia cure and nerve handling course, valued at R4299
Driving has become almost imperative in today’s day and age, with donkeys getting more stubborn and levitation being harder than it looks. Many also suffer from a crippling fear of the road, which rivals the horror of an upcoming root canal with a rusty drill gun and sans anaesthetic, making them reluctant to even try. At The Driving Coach their dedicated group of highly specialised coaches will teach you everything you need to know about tackling the wheel and will assist you to optimally react to any situation.
The eight-hour advanced driver training includes an advanced driver and anti-hijacking training session, practical advanced drivers sessions, advanced driver assessment and an advanced driver certificate on completion and passing. For those who would rather eat their neighbour’s socks than get behind the wheel, the driver phobia cure and nerve handling course is perfect. This 10-hour package includes phobia and nerve management theory, Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) therapy sessions and a driver’s discount voucher for when you are finally ready to take the big test.
"I'd just like to give you some positive feedback on my experience with my instructor, Anthony. He was extremely competent, calm and really knew his stuff. His positive attitude and encouragement was a big help and allowed me to pass my test on the first try - I believe he is a real asset to your company." - Student, John LouwDriving fact: In Yemen, camels wear number plates around their necks. When this law was passed it caused much amusement, but the citizens soon saw the benefit after the infamous 10-camel-pile-up of 2002.