Check out social reviews of private driving instructors

Almost everyone between the age of 18 to 40 in Singapore surfs the internet. It’s a social norm to search for online reviews before people makes their purchases. I have personally searched for online reviews via the following channels:

1. Facebook
2. Google
3. Singapore forums

You can check out reviews of some instructors and driving instructor match up agencies like SG LEARN TO DRIVE in their Facebook page. Some even have their own twitter and Tumblr page as well. You can observe the responsiveness of the instructors and agencies in their own social media page. Responsiveness tell tales about their attitude.

There are also some independent review sites. However, you need to be careful with some of them. Some reviews sites require manual approval by the moderator for each public posts by the public. This means that only posts which the moderator likes or is biased against will be published. This will definitely not show a true and fair review of the instructors.

Finding private driving instructors in Singapore

Finding private driving instructors in Singapore is not difficult. You will just have to do a little research.

There are many ways that you can do it. The easiest way is to research the information online. Go to search engines and type “private driving instructors in Singapore”. I am sure you will be able to find a few pages of search results pointing to websites containing information about the instructors. Most of these websites are owned by private schools. While some private driving instructors may be working under the private schools, others prefer to remain a freelancer.

You can find a lot of details about the private driving instructors in these websites. Some important things to take note include the pick up point, the instructors’ leaners’ first time passing rate, and the fees charged by the instructors. Each instructor may charge a different fee from the others.

Some private schools and instructors have their own social media pages too. For instance, Sglearntodrive, a private driving school in Singapore, has their own twitter link here.

Through their websites and social media pages, you should be able to get as much information as you need to make an informed decision.

You can also try to source for information offline. However, in my humble opinion, you can skip that. The information found online will be sufficient for you to make a decision.