Getting used to dutch traffic
Are you looking for a way to adjust to Dutch traffic effectively? Then you are in the right place. We offer adjustment lessons in and around Amsterdam, Haarlem, Hilversum and Almere. Enable you to quickly adjust to the Dutch traffic laws and maintaining your mobility.
Adjusting to Dutch traffic with an ex ADI
You might have encountered some difficulties adjusting to Dutch traffic. Depending on your country of origin, the rules might be quite different. This difference is even more noticeable when you are in cities such as Amsterdam.
If you are an expat able to retain your driving license when coming here. You likely wish to maintain the mobility afforded by a car. However, leasing companies might still require you to undergo some training to get used to Dutch traffic before they are willing to allow you to lease a car.
Getting used to driving in the Netherlands
So how do you get adjusted to Dutch traffic quickly? That’s where we come in. We can provide you with an English-speaking experienced ex English approved driving instructor. One who doesn’t just know the laws, but who is also able to prepare you for any potential danger you might face in the Dutch traffic.
Meet the driving instructor
Our instructor is an experienced driving coach who will be able to help you adjust to Dutch traffic on your own pace. He is patient and understands that it can sometimes be a bit nerve-racking to drive in a completely different environment. He will coach you in a calm manner and help prepare you for situations such as how to deal with roundabouts, cyclists and trams. The driving instructor has a lot of experience with helping expats get used to Dutch traffic. So if you’re an expat and you want to be able to confidently drive in the Netherlands, our instructor can help.
Get in touch and make an appointment
So, if you are looking for a way to quickly get adjusted to Dutch traffic in Amsterdam, Haarlem, Zaanstad, Zaandam or Almere don’t hesitate to contact us for more information or to arrange an open-ended interview: