An Insight to DriveHere is the link to the book, and once you have read it, please drop back and let me have some feedback - Kathy Higgins Dip.DI, F Inst MTD
An Insight to Drive
The MUST read for anyone involved in learning to drive, teaching driving, or looking at how to improve. All the information you need at your fingertips to make an informed choice on how best to learn, who to learn with, how to pass your driving test and what happens next.
Find out what driving instructors don’t want you to know the simple mistakes some of them make which can make your learning time longer and more expensive,
Explore a whole host of myths and legends about driving and the test, and of course, no book would be complete without some funny stories.
Driving instructor this is the book for you so that your learners know they are in good hands, or it might just show you what mistakes to avoid, that simply damage your business.
Written by a multi award winning driving consultant and instructor for over 20 years.
Buy the Paperback or Kindle here
Book launch Podcasts – The Trinity
This recording has been devided into two shows. In this first show we have two guests on Skype. Firstly Kathy Higgins who talks to us about her new book that is about to be released (26/8/21). Also from New Zealand we speak to Mark Revill-Johnson, who we talk to in more depth in Show 184 (to be released in a couple of weeks time).
Kathy Higgins is an ADI and now an Author. Her book An Insight To Drive, got to number one in the Amazon charts within 24 hours of it being released.
We chat about her book, her business, the public perception of driving instructors, a middle aged man with a hole in his jumper, snipers, barking dogs and much more.
There’s plenty covered in this episode with driving school owner and best selling author Kathy Higgins. We cover the release of her new book – An Insight to drive and a whole host of other topics including:
- Franchises, are they right for everyone?
- Standard check and how to handle a third attempt.
- Why we love the job.
- The DVSA’s recent proposals.
- Prices, should we charge more?