... and the cost of a thing is the amount of what 
I will call life which is required to be exchanged for it ...
Hernry David Thoreau

While I offer lessons, I nor anyone else can teach you to be a VIRTUOSO. You must know the rules of the road and practice them until you no longer need to think about them. To understand this, I will explain what a virtuoso is.
Most people I know got their "learners permit" when they were about fifteen. They had been dreaming of this day for a long time. Thinking about how cool it would be to drive and going over the motions involved in their head. Studying the rules of the road. Many thought they were going to be naturals.
Then they got behind the wheel for the first time.
Confusion set in and it went nothing like they pictured in their head. They had to deal with things they had not thought of, like other cars or rain. Wanting the benefits of driving so bad, most kids push through the fear and quickly learn how to drive a car.
Fast forward a few years, and that same person is now driving too fast, talking on a cell phone while eating a hamburger and thinking about what they need to do when they get to work. Everything EXCEPT driving the car and the rules of the road.
The person is now  EXPERT at driving. 
Some people REALLY love to drive and continue thinking and learning how to do it better. People who now make millions of dollars making left turns would fall into this category.
NASCAR / INDY drivers have become a VIRTUOSO in driving. 
VIRTUOSITY cannot be taught, It must be pursued with vigor.