It is not necessarily the case that automatic driving lessons are cheaper than manual driving lessons.
The cost of driving lessons can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the location, the instructor’s experience and qualifications, and the length and frequency of the lessons. Some driving schools or instructors may offer discounts or special rates for certain types of lessons, such as intensive courses or block bookings.
It is a good idea to shop around and compare prices from different driving schools or instructors to find the one that best suits your needs and budget. Some driving schools may offer a discount for booking a package of lessons, while others may offer a lower rate for individual lessons. It is also a good idea to ask about any discounts or special offers that may be available.
In general, it is more expensive to take driving lessons in a vehicle with an automatic transmission because the instructor’s time and the cost of maintaining the vehicle are typically higher.
However, this may be offset by the fact that it may take less time to learn how to drive an automatic transmission vehicle, so you may need fewer lessons overall. Ultimately, the cost of automatic driving lessons will depend on a variety of factors, including the location, the instructor, and the length and frequency of the lessons.
In addition to the cost of the lessons, you will also need to budget for the cost of the theory test and the practical driving test, as well as the cost of obtaining your full driving licence once you have passed your tests.