I just want to say thank you for everything you taught me which helped get my Ps today.
Although I was a bit nervous at the start, but I knew we had already covered all the examinable content during our lessons. After my initial stress faded, I began to recall all the subtle tips and tricks you taught me, which really bolstered my driving confidence, allowing me to pass the test with ease.
You’re probably going to cringe after having told me this so many times, but the license testing officer commented that I could have checked my mirrors more often. Guess I should have worn one of your yellow sticky dots today.
Jokes aside though, the great thing about your teaching is that you don’t just teach students to drive for the sake of passing the drive test, but you also impart a lot of invaluable safety and road courtesy advice. If all drivers showed each other such respect, our streets would be a whole lot safer.
I was really fortunate to have such an experienced and passionate instructor. These qualities are self-evident in your book, The Psychological Advantage, which provides a thorough insight into the role of parents in shaping a learner’s attitude toward driving. It covers practical ways to change one’s mindset as a supervisor, and in turn instill a positive driving attitude in their children which they will retain for the rest of their lives. I would recommend this book to any parent who plans to supervise their children, especially those who don’t know how to start.
Again, I really appreciate your efforts in helping me and I really couldn’t have done it without you!