Earning PotentialThe DVSA (Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency) conducted 1,910,169 driving tests between April 2017 – March 2018 with a average of 46.3% of those tests resulting in a test pass.
Many driving schools across the UK are charging the pupils more than £30 per hour usually subject to a minimum of a two-hour lesson booking.
Below are some typical industry illustrations based on typical industry examples which are popular for many new ADIs.
This illustration is based on a ‘full franchise’ with a supplied tuition car and franchise fee combined. This would typically include car insurance, tax and maintenance.
If you prefer to lease or supply your own Driving School car and work on a ‘Headboard’ franchise, then you will see your weekly franchise fee drop by typically £100 per week. This is a good option for when you feel a little more established in your career and you are starting to get pupil recommendations.
The idea of a ‘full franchise’ like this is that you use an established National or Local Driving School’s brand and name to help you build your own reputation. You pay a cut of your earnings in return for the car, marketing, support etc.
They may already have pupils ready to teach and may well need you in their area.
Income from Pupils
x52 weeks = £54080
Take Home Pay
Income from Pupils
x52 Weeks = £35,620
A simple lesson price increase of £2 per hour can increase your income by £80 per week or £4160 per annum increasing your take home pay to nearly £40K.
If you arrange your own tuition car then you can save up to £100 per week adding a further £5200 per annum to your income.
If you are excited about this opportunity to start your new career then fill in the enquiry to receive your free information pack, a free copy of the highway code and a free copy of know your traffic signs.
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