Driving Instructor Reviews

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Based on 47 responses, the job of Driving Instructor has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Driving Instructors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Driving Instructor?

January 2015
"Be very nice and patient."
Driving Instructor:
Make your job fun, be nice and patient and encourage your students to keep trying. If they don't get it, show them different ways like some people learn by a simple drawing, or maybe they need to physically see you do it first. Always be aware of the other cars around you. Be ready for all ages, personalities , even ones that don't speak English , I find that very challenging, but I still get the point across and my students love me and I am the most requested instructor in town. I'm wanting to maybe work for DMV examiner for the benefits, sitting in a car for 40 hrs a week can put a lot of stress on your back and legs.
July 2015
"Driving Tutor."
Driving Instructor:
Pros: Out and about. Great seeing students succeed.
Cons: Often work weekends and evenings.
January 2016
"California driving instructor."
Driving Instructor:
Pros: Variety of travel. Interesting people. Independent working environment. 1-1 teaching. Problem solving. Adaptation to unexpected license. Great management proactive. Proper vehicle safety measures /maintenance.
Cons: Pay could be better as it is semi hazardous. Easier access to continuing education or ce credit.
July 2016
Driving Instructor:
Pros: Meeting new people and talking about life.
Cons: Long hours sitting.
July 2017
"I like the area."
Driving Instructor in Rancho Cucamonga:
Pros: Rancho Cucamonga is clean and always buzzing with commuters and shoppers. It's a safe city to be in and I love conducting my lessons there.
Cons: Sometimes the traffic can be a little overwhelming for my students, but I always get them through it.