Learn more easily in an automatic
Ditch the clutch and give yourself a break
Some cars are easier to drive than others. And automatics are the easiest of all. Automatics have fewer pedals, which is why they give learner drivers fewer sleepless nights.
There's less to worry about when you drive an automatic. You have more time to concentrate on the things that matter: you, the road, and other road users. No wonder so many struggling learner drivers switch to an automatic when they fail to make progress in a manual.
Automatics are on the increase
Automatics have long been the first choice for Americans. Now they're becoming more popular in Europe too, especially since the car-makers have introduced hi-tech easytronic and tiptronic systems. According to some experts, Britons will one day be as keen on automatics as the Americans are.
Although an automatic is easier and more relaxing to drive, you do have to think through the consequences. If you pass your test in an automatic, your licence will be valid only for automatics. You will not be licensed to drive a car with a manual gearbox. That may not be a problem. The benefits of passing your test may easily outweigh the drawbacks of not being able to drive a manual car.
Automatics are easier on busy south London roads
Many apprehensive drivers thrive when they switch to an automatic. With no clutch, crashing gears, or troublesome bite point to worry about, they find south London traffic much easier to deal with. For the first time in their driving careers, they can turn their minds to the essentials of road sense and safe vehicle handling.
Wave goodbye to clutch-work - and to stalling
Driving an automatic can be a huge confidence booster to a struggling learner driver. If you've not been making the progress you hoped for, why not try one? Better still, why not try one with a reassuring Affinity instructor at your side? Call 0800 511 8800 right now and we'll match put you with an instructor who'll bring out the best in you.
We have served many happy customers, becoming the driving school they recommend for automatic lessons in the areas:
Wimbledon, Southfields, West Wimbledon, South Wimbledon, Merton, Merton Park, Mitcham, Roehampton, Putney, Earlsfield, Tooting, Colliers Wood, Morden, Raynes Park, East Sheen, Sheen, Barnes, Streatham, Balham, New Malden, Battersea, Clapham, Wandsworth, Surbiton, Kingston and Tolworth.