Everyone has different speed of learning. This principle applies to driving as well. If you are talented in driving, you will be able to pick up the skills fast and probably just need about 10 to 15 Singapore driving lessons before being able to book for, take and pass the Traffic Police Practical driving test and obtaining your driving license in Singapore. On the other hand, if you are a slow learner, then you may need more than 25 driving lessons to prepare for your Traffic Police Practical test.
Having a talent in driving in Singapore equate to just higher savings on your driving lessons cost as you will be taking fewer lessons than the average student. Let me give you a better idea how much money you can save if you are competent. If we are looking at taking driving lessons from private driving instructors in Singapore, then they cost about $45 to $50 per lesson. Assuming the higher end of this range – $50 per lesson, 10 lessons already equates to $500 for you! That is a decent amount of money saved. But since you cannot control your talent, you simply want to pass your driving test on the first try as this is something which you can control versus the previous mentioned point of driving talent. The best way to do so is to get a good private driving instructor who teaches you all the necessary skills and more to improve the possibility of you passing immediately. For every student that fails his or her first driving test in Singapore, he or she takes an average of 5 to 10 more driving lessons. So if you find a good private driving instructor in Singapore, then what you essentially get is savings of $250 to $500.
Even if people are good at driving, they do not go for the professional league in Singapore’s context. There are just too few opportunities in professional car racing in Singapore. But anyway, if you want to race cars, then you have to go for defensive driving course and that is an advanced course that people such as Jay Chou went for to film his movie where he was drifting cars.