Road tolls are planned for the end of the decade to address the poor state of roads in the United Kingdom. This will have serious consequences for those involved in the industry driver training. Let’s take a look at the proposals and what they mean for instructors and students. The existing road is now riddled with potholes and is in poor condition and the number of vehicles to double in the next 25 years. The Local Government Association, which represents councils believe that tolls are inevitable and can even pay as you go pay to raise the necessary funds. The increase in traffic figures may be good news for the driving instructor, because it provides a reasonable number of potential customers will be drawn for the future into account. As student numbers rise and fall seasonal fluctuations, it is good to know that the long-term future of the school population is safe. On the other hand, more traffic means more congestion, the actual delivery of the training difficult, especially for new learners, as well as keeping good time while traveling to meet clients. The price for the use of certain roads is only a problem if a teacher can not prevent the use of that particular channel. Since these are link roads between cities particularly important, it is unlikely they will be on the test tracks. These costs are only a problem if a teacher living in a rural area and need to go along to work in a city. Pay these costs in both directions every day would be expensive. These fees can be paid in advance online or by phone, there would be no toll booths, travel time should increase. Worse, the salary would be, as you pay a certain form of control with the lead vehicle required. Driving instructors are very high mileage road users so that the cost would be significant. With high fuel prices in heaven there is no way a teacher can absorb this cost would inevitably pass them on to students. Tuition would be too complex for mileage for individual lessons as a general price increase would be necessary to calculate. Vehicle tax is driven more strongly with mileage so that more miles, more taxes paid. Driving instructors have no choice but to go to their business then it would be an important factor in education pricing. The money must be raised by the government, because less fuel efficient cars fuel taxes paid so that a hole leading into the budget. To maintain the road network must attract private investment, and obviously these investors expect a good return on investment. This source of revenue to repay investors must come from road pricing. Driver Trainers everywhere need to be aware of the plans for the future and ready to restructure their prices to survive in the market.