Yes you did read that right, and here is how it works. You will pay me at the end of each lesson but I am going to show you how you will save money when learning to drive and once you get your own car.
In 1996 the price of petrol was about £0.55 a litre. Then in around 2001 it peaked to over a £1 a litre, and since 2010 it went sky high - in 2013 it has been £1.40 a litre.
So for those who drove in 1996 (like me) if they paid £20 a week on fuel they now pay around £50 to £60 a week! I reckon it's really important for you to learn how to eco drive, and while you take lessons with me I'll show you - and it won't cost you an extra penny.
Some drivers can save up to 25%, many will save 15%-20% but even if I can show you how to save just 10% you can quite easily keep £250 a year in your pocket on today's prices - just imagine how much you will save just next year when the price of fuel increases again!