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“I should have done this years ago” Anna said

Like many people, Anna passed her driving test in her early 20s. Although she’d done enough to pass, she did not feel confident enough to drive by herself. So she didn’t drive at all!

Months turned into years…16 years later…

There were so many things that Anna wanted to do that she couldn’t because she didn’t feel confident behind the wheel of a car. Public transport was limited in her area, she was missing out on new, better jobs that required her to drive. Travelling to visit family was always a chore. She didn’t like having to rely on her friends for lifts, so her social life was limited.

Anna decided she was ready to drive - if she could find someone to give her the confidence she lacked. She wasn’t really looking for driving lessons, just to go through the steps of learning to drive again.

She needed a driving coach rather than an instructor. Her neighbour, a driving test examiner, recommended Vrinder.

When they first met, Vrinder understood what was holding Anna back. The thing that would give Anna her confidence, would be, to help her understand and master the capabilities of a car and how Anna could work with the car to have full control. As her understanding grew, so did her confidence and she was ready to buy a car of her own. She had more tuition in her own car to overcome her fear of motorways and changing lanes as well as parking and using multi storey car parks.

What she had wanted at this time of her life was more independence and freedom and she got it!

“Driving isn’t just about passing a test. It’s about having the confidence and know-how to enjoy where it can take you.”

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Testimonials
Just wanted to say that you’ve been great. You gave me the understanding that I was missing and I didn’t even know it… I just thought I would always be a nervous driver but not any more! Looking forward to our celebration lunch together :) PS I’ll come and pick you up in my car!! - A
I just wanna say thank you so much, you've been a brilliant teacher - B
Thank you for all your time and patience with me. You put up with all my questions ALL of the time. I have learnt so much and find that things you told me just pop into my head from time to time as I drive around. Strangely enough some things you explained to me at the time, did not quite gel, but are certainly really helpful now! Your unwritten rules just follow me around like a guardian angel! You’re the Best! - T
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Tara was told that she was incapable of driving

For the 2nd time, only in her late 20’s, Tara had been told that she may not be cut out for driving. She couldn't understand why she wasn’t ‘getting it’. She’d had enough lessons, she’d given it enough time. When she was told what to do, she would do it. On familiar roads she could drive okay. When it came to unfamiliar or busier roads, she could not drive independently and always needed help.

Tara was a classic case of why learning to drive ‘parrot fashion’ doesn’t always work. Tara found Vrinder through a friend who had, had a similar experience. When Tara went to Vrinder for a 3rd opinion, Vrinder knew what she needed.

That was, to understand ‘why’ things were done in a certain way. For example, when turning right at some traffic lights, Tara had to give way to oncoming traffic, whilst at other traffic lights she could just turn right, without judging the oncoming traffic, as she had priority.

What Vrinder did differently was to break down each area of driving and explain the various options.

Tara learnt how to decide which actions needed to be applied to which situations.

This understanding made Tara’s driving more natural and she was able to start making her own decisions on unfamiliar and busy roads. This allowed her to become the independent driver she needed to be.

“If there’s something you don’t feel confident doing, it’s usually because there’s something you don’t know. Learning through repetition doesn’t improve understanding.”

You’re never too old to learn something new

Margaret was thrown a curve ball, on new medication, Margaret’s husband was advised not to drive. This would have a big impact on their lives. Margaret decided to start having driving lessons in secret. She needed to know if she was up to learning to drive, being over 60, she was not sure if she could master a new skill. The instructor who initially taught Margaret could not give her the time and commitment so referred her to Vrinder.

Margaret’s determination to be able to drive, was far greater than her fear of being too old to try.

Once Margaret had mastered the controls of the car and learned to deal with the road and traffic conditions and make good decisions her confidence just grew. The key for Margaret was the knowledge she picked up from Vrinder that came from the ‘unwritten rules’ that exist but few are told about.

Learning to drive was Margaret’s first hurdle. Believing she could drive was the second hurdle… it was this belief that stopped Margaret getting too nervous when she took her driving test.

“When life throws you lemons, make lemonade.”

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again…

When John turned up for his first lesson with Vrinder, he had already taken 8 driving tests! He thought the problem was down to something/someone else as he had really good control of the car. Vrinder noticed John was quite negative about having lessons as he thought his driving was already good enough. John did not realise that he frequently made the wrong decisions and this was why he kept failing. Vrinder told him that she would only be taking him for one test and that was all it would take for him to pass.

To do this he would have to get rid of the negativity and work on reading the road and traffic conditions in order to make better decisions. As they continued, he began to notice the areas where he was weak and could improve. He opened up to listen and improve. As expected he went on to pass his next and last test.

“Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result” Albert Einstein.

Pushed into lessons

Hard of hearing and scared of learning to drive, Jasmine’s relatives wanted her to become an independent women who would be able to look after herself. At the age of 22, she had her whole life ahead of her and being able to drive would bring many benefits. However, Jasmine was terrified.

So the first step was to understand where Jasmine’s fear came from. It came from being scared of having an accident.

Vrinder asked her: Was she scared of being in a car as a passenger?… her answer was no. Were other drivers more clever or able than she was?… again, her answer was no. So Vrinder asked her why she had more faith in others, than she had in herself?

They put a limit on the number of lessons. Jasmine would put her trust in Vrinder and also have faith in herself. If after 10 hours of lessons, the fear was still there then they would stop, at least Jasmine would have tried and her relatives would not push her anymore.
During the 10 hours they both learned. Jasmine taught Vrinder how to effectively communicate with her whilst Vrinder taught Jasmine how to handle the car. They both enjoyed the learning experience, even though it was extremely hard work.

After the 10 hours Jasmine decided to continue. The reluctance and fear no longer held her back. The end result - Jasmine passed her test first time. She never looked back and now loves driving.

“Nothing can be taught unless a mind is open to want to learn”
Testimonials

“Just wanted to say that you’ve been great. You gave me the understanding that I was missing and I didn’t even know it… I just thought I would always be a nervous driver but not any more! Looking forward to our celebration lunch together :) PS I’ll come and pick you up in my car!!" - A xx

“Thank you for all your time and patience with me. You put up with all my questions ALL of the time. I have learnt so much and find that things you told me just pop into my head from time to time as I drive around. Strangely enough some things you explained to me at the time, did not quite gel, but are certainly really helpful now! Your unwritten rules just follow me around like a guardian angel! You’re the Best!" - T

“I used to think I was a good driver. When I heard about your videos you made me think about how I felt about parking. I realised I used to avoid parking if there was anyone around. Other times I used to drive around car parks trying to find 2 spaces together to park in. Now I am very proud to say I don't have to worry. I've got it!! Thanks for making it so easy to understand. Am sure you've heard this so many times before and I hope you continue to hear it from many more drivers out there. THANKS SO MUCH!!" - K

"I just wanna say thank you so much, you've been a brilliant teacher" - B

"After going through several instructors and picking up lots of bad driving habits, I went to Vrinder for driving lessons. She is a exceptionally skilled instructor who not only teaches you to pass your driving test but also to be an excellent and safe driver for your entire life. Her teaching methods and techniques are truly remarkable and she is the best in her field without a doubt. She has taught generations of youngsters and older people and I hope to send my children to her too"- S

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