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Driving School Businesses

January 21, 2014 in News Tags:

It is no secret in the world of cars is increasing every year, which triggers increased demand for specialists in driver education. Outside of this trend is particularly bright, so requirements for driver education relevant. In the European Union all driving schools are divided into two main groups: municipal and private. Virtually any private driving school is a major association, which aims to address the various issues and develop plans for further development. On the territory of the former Soviet Union a small private driving school does not have such extensive capacity for integration into unions and associations. Must noted that in Europe most of the organizations that provide training for driving – these are small firms with staff of up to 3 people. If we talk directly about Germany, there is more than half of specialists offering driving lessons – private entrepreneurs operating without employees.

The advantages are clear: an individual approach, competitive pricing and professionalism. That is why the number of Driving Schools in Germany amounts to more than 10,000 organizations. To teach at driving school, foreign experts are specialized pedagogical courses. In Norway, for example, courses on teaching driving school lasts two year, and in Germany for 10 months. Separately to say that every driving school sends its driving instructors for refresher courses for post-Soviet space as the action rather rare.

Each Driving in Europe should take the general approval, so issued in any country driver’s license valid throughout the European union. In some states, driving school, and respectively avtoinstruktor regarded as an unnecessary element, as the practice of independent preparation for exams. Especially popular abroad enjoy driving lessons on the machine, because About 90% of purchased machines are equipped with automatic transmission. Another interesting feature, which boasts a European driving school – individual courses, depending on the size of the city. So in a small town driving instruction takes 30-40% less time than learning in a major metropolis.


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