Monday, 30 January 2017

Is the UK Heading Towards Automatic Cars in Favour of Manual Transmission?

Are more and more Driving Instructors turning towards giving driving lessons in automatics?

Are are seeing more and more driving instructors in the UK buying cars with automatic transmission. Do we think this is due to the fact that there is more of a demand within the market place now.

Within the past two weeks, I've had three driving instructors call me up and ask if we can create them an online presence and branding coupled with a social media profile that can represent that they now only offer driving lessons in automatic cars and not manual anymore.

This is a very quick and significant shift towards market trends. I closely watch lots and lots of online forums and what I can see is that as driving instructors talk to one another, part of their questions on the blogs or forums are questions about what car to choose. Surprisingly, I am seeing existing driving schools and driving instructors who already teach in automatic cars often say how busy they are in business and some are even saying how much business they've got to turn away.



The demand to learn to drive in an automatic and take automatic driving lessons is certainly on the up and I can't see this changing any time within the near future.

My most recent customer, Evolved Driving School in Llandudno, North Wales only gives driving lessons in automatic cars and have got rid of their manual transmission ones.



There has always been room in the market place for automatic driving lessons and the need for automatic driving schools, but the demand is greater than ever. The manager of Evolved Driving School in Llandudno has also given me information that he now is expanding his driving school business to accommodate the need for automatic driving lessons in Rhly Evolved Automatic Driving School in Llandudno and Rhyl


He has explained to me that he gets enquiries from all age ranges and not just from the older age range as like what it used to be in the past. Maybe times are changing in this area?

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