Driving Instructor Survey 2019 – sponsored by C&A Mackie Insurance Brokers


The Driving Instructor Survey 2019, which is a major ADI survey, is a joint sponsored venture this year with C&A Mackie Insurance Brokers and Bill Plant Driving School. If you are a driving instructor in the UK, then taking part in this survey could really make a difference!

C&A Mackie are pleased to be part of this nationwide survey which asks driving instructors their feelings about this ever growing industry; a really important and vital look into the market which gives experts a good insight into the profession. 

Not only this, but the statistics gathered from this survey and the opinions contained therein will help to produce useful indications for businesses about how best to improve, adjust and evolve your ADI business in 2020.

The survey will start by asking you’re your demographics, which allows us to see your age and location. This information will not be disclosed to any third parties and is really useful in understanding how your opinions or experiences are linked to where your business is based. The survey will also ask who trained you to become a driving instructor, what car you choose to instruct in and how you use your vehicle, as well as your experiences being a driving instructor as a whole.

The anonymous results will be reported on the Intelligent Instructor website which will include insights into both the Independent and Franchise market. If you want your voice heard – take part now. It won’t take long to complete and it could really make the difference.

By taking part in this survey, entrants get the chance to win a free Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen.) and a signed copy of Peter Brabin's Qualified ADI Book. It only takes ten minutes to complete and there will be 6 winners in total. To start the survey, click here.

The survey closing date is 18th November 2019.

For more information on C&A Mackie, click here

For more information on Bill Plant Driving School, click here


  • Date posted: 05 Nov 2019


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