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Spring and summer is a time of change and new beginnings. There's something about the longer days and the warmer weather that pulls out of our winter funks and gets us feeling motivated to take control of things and shock their lives right.

We all have different ways of approaching this and all take on personal projects. You might decide that now is the time to start that diet you've been considering in time for your holidays or you might decide to take an evening class to learn a new language or explore your creative side. Naturally, you might also decide that this summer is the time for you to change your career.

We all get to that point in work where we feel like we're stagnating and feel the urge to try something new. Finding the job that makes you happy can be a challenge and sometimes it can be several years working in several roles before you find the career for you.

 

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Working as a driving instructor offers several benefits that makes it a popular career of choice when people are considering making a change. For one, you get to be your own boss and plan your own hours, allowing you to make as little or as much money as you want. With the days getting longer, you can run lessons whenever you like and enjoy the sunshine while it lasts!

Driving is an easily transferrable skill too as long as you have the patience and cool head needed to successfully teach someone the rules of the road. Driving instructor training will help you to develop these essential skills and qualities naturally, but it is very important to keep in mind that teaching people to drive requires a lot of diligence and care, and if you're easily stressed or don't work well under pressure then this might not be the change that's right for you.

First you need to ask yourself some questions: What's your dream ride? What models do you like best? How old should it be, and the amount of miles should it have? Just how much are you going to spend? By answering these questions, you'll have a better idea of what you really want and what you agree to opt for. If you know this before you walk into a dealership you'll have a much easier time negotiating a lot on the car you want.