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        01-07-2013, 02:53 PM

    I am thinking it might be worthwhile to get a trainer out, rather than my instructor. Currently he is carless, and and can sometimes be a little unreliable to things outside of practice or lessons. But generally, if he's paid, he will do it. Anyway.

    I figure by also getting a trainer, I can have someone look with fresh eyes to kind of tackle some of the things I have trouble with.

    Do they normally charge more for training, specifically? Or do some have a lessons rate that show you how to do things and help owners with some problems they have? This is my first time going about this, so I have no idea how to go about it.

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