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#1 Sunday 10th February 2013 14:28:00

danny gibson
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fishersdrivingschool - good or bad?

fishersdrivingschool anyone here used them any reviews are these guys good or bad, they do 3 lessons for i think £12!

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#2 Sunday 10th February 2013 14:58:57

MAZ
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Re: fishersdrivingschool - good or bad?

Personaly I would not be looking to join the industry with a company that does lessons fo 4 pounds per hour (if that is the case), is this the type of earnings you are looking for Danny?

However, having read many of Mr Fishys posts over the years, I genuinly believe he looks after his instructors well.

I am sure he will be along in one of his guises to enlighten us on how his instructors survive at these fees.

Maz.

Last edited by MAZ (Sunday 10th February 2013 15:04:11)

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#3 Sunday 10th February 2013 15:20:29

Terrier
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Re: fishersdrivingschool - good or bad?

I'd rather be on the dole!


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#4 Sunday 10th February 2013 16:06:32

RobC
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Re: fishersdrivingschool - good or bad?

danny gibson wrote:

fishersdrivingschool anyone here used them any reviews are these guys good or bad, they do 3 lessons for i think 12!

Its 5 lessons at 12 each for new drivers http://www.fishersdrivingschool.co.uk/


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#5 Sunday 10th February 2013 16:31:59

VandADI
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Registered: Sunday 29th February 2004
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Re: fishersdrivingschool - good or bad?

Well, the owner of the driving school used to be a member of this forum, but was banned as he was constantly causing trouble and offending members left right and centre, giving you a glimpse of how maybe he treats his franchisors.
Not a very good advertisement to recruit potential ADIs, as this was seen as unprofessional behaviour, and agree with MAZ that he is now hiding under a different guise purporting to be a franchisee of the school.

Your best bet would be to contact the owner of the school direct, and ask to speak to a selection of ADIs that are with them, this way you will get "first hand" feedback on the success (or failure) of the school.

This thread might help :

http://www.drivertrainingtoday.co.uk/vi … p?id=43607

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#6 Sunday 10th February 2013 18:12:03

Roadmaster
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Re: fishersdrivingschool - good or bad?

Its 5 lessons at 12 each for new drivers http://www.fishersdrivingschool.co.uk/

But cheaper when he does groupon,   3 for nine quid   big_smile

http://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/leeds/fi … ol/5018071

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#7 Sunday 10th February 2013 18:23:19

VandADI
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So now it is all becoming clear, with the Groupon offer, it should be quite easy to get a "full diary" quickly  big_smile

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#8 Sunday 10th February 2013 18:59:27

Evan
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Re: fishersdrivingschool - good or bad?

Proving once again that its NEVER the pupils that cheapen the Driver Training Business, its ALWAYS the actions of instructors.

''Why do only Fools and Horses..........................................''

Every area has a Del Boy  lol

Last edited by Evan (Sunday 10th February 2013 19:00:32)

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