Suppose you have a free schedule and can take the hours any time of the day and any day of the week, well, great! For those with a busier schedule and who can only drive in the evening, Saturday morning, or one day in the week, the choice will inevitably be more limited.
What Is The Ideal Driving Time?
The best times to drive are during the off-peak hours between 10 am and 4 pm during the week and Saturday mornings. Of course, if you live in a small town or a big city, the traffic will not be the same. But if you live in a big city where they have cable ramp, here are the best times to learn to drive.
The hours between 7 am, and 9 am are more difficult because people leave to work for 8 am or 9 am at work then between 4 pm and 7 pm between leaving school and returning from work, it’s the same galley.
When to Learn Driving?
Your driving lesson’s ideal duration will depend on your level and your driving school. Indeed, some driving schools give lessons of 1.5 hours, others of 1 or 2 hours. If you can, it is best to start with 1 hour to get used to your focus, and then when you feel more comfortable, move on to 2 hours. In 1 hour, you necessarily do fewer things than in 2 hours, you don’t go to the same place, so you have to vary.
I strongly advise you not to take 2 hours every day even if you are free to drive because the learning is too concentrated and therefore challenging. You have to breathe between each lesson, allow yourself the time to assimilate, so driving every other day if you are free is good. If you can only drive once or twice a week, try to put in 2 hours.
Remember to book your driving hours on the schedule in advance, do not wait to finish your placing hours to go back to work, and anticipate not to remain without driving for weeks if the schedule is full.