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. You’ll normally spend at least 5.5 hours driving.
You won’t take a test but you’ll be assessed throughout the course. To pass you’ll have to reach the required standard in all modules.
You’ll be sent a Pass Plus certificate after you’ve successfully finished your training. You’ll need this when applying for a car insurance discount.
WHY SHOULD I CONSIDER TAKING THE PASS PLUS COURSE?
The driver training course completed in order to pass the DVSA driving test equips drivers with the basic knowledge to negotiate UK roads reasonably safely.
Newly qualified drivers are most at risk of being involved in a serious or fatal accident during their first 12 months of solo driving, hence the high insurance premiums. The Pass Plus course is designed to minimise the risk that newly qualified drivers are exposed to during this very critical time. The course covers driving techniques that can be applied to many different road types and road conditions that could be encountered on Britain's busy road network.
The course covers a variety of different experiences including Motorway driving, driving in adverse weather conditions and busy urban driving (this may include driving experience in Central London or similar).
The Pass Plus course has been proven to reduce the risk of being involved in a serious or fatal car accident.
The cost for the course is £180.00. The cost of being involved in a serous or fatal car accident is unlimited.
To book your course call or text Mike on 07887 527523.