We have qualified ADI’s who are approved by the DVSA to conduct the Pass Plus course.
Are you looking to develop your driving skills, knowledge and experience?
Then we have the pass plus trainers to help you.
The course is a minimum of 6 hours in-car training. It can be longer if you and your instructor agree you need the extra training.
Pass Plus is a DVSA approved training course, designed to be taken after passing your practical driving test to broaden and expand your range of driving skills. The course has been implemented by the DVSA to expose you to various road conditions and hazards that you may encounter and most importantly to learn how to deal with them.
You may be very familiar with town driving but not necessarily comfortable with driving through the narrow country lanes or vice versa, or maybe you spent little time with your trainer on motorways. Pass Plus will help you to feel more comfortable and confident on many types of roads or conditions you're not familiar with.
The six modules enable you to become a more confident driver and as a result of that, they can help you save money on your car insurance too!
All of our training is delivered on a one-to-one basis, we use a structured client centred approach to your training in three manageable stages: Learn, Develop and Master
Call us now to book your PASS PLUS course
0800 009 6622
How Pass Plus training works
Pass Plus training takes at least 6 hours. It has 6 modules, covering driving:
in all weathers
on rural roads
on dual carriageways
All modules should be practical sessions, although local conditions may mean some are theory based.
Busy towns with lots of pedestrians, one way systems and complicated junctions, learn skills to deal with town driving.
All Weather Driving
you gain confidence in driving in all weather conditions, including sun, rain, fog, and snow safely helping you to keep a grip of your driving.
Rural roads have many hidden hazards, including sharp bends, farm traffic, cyclists and potholes, we teach you how to handle the demands of these roads.
Driving at night can be disorientating. Roads you know will look different, perception of space is altered, we will shine some light on the safest way to drive when the sun has gone down.
Driving on dual carriageways requires strict lane discipline, sharp observations, higher levels of concentration and planning well ahead. We give you the tools you'll need to safely use these roads.
Motorways are statistically the UK's safest roads, nevertheless they can seem very daunting with 2,3 or more lanes. We teach you how to use the motorway network safely, giving you the confidence to travel further.
To book your driving seat on our Pass Plus course please contact us on 0800 009 6622
or click here to fill out a call back request and a member of our team will contact you.