Learning to drive
Training follows the Official DVSA Syllabus covering everything from car controls through to town, rural and dual carriageway driving. In fact all of the skills you need for your driving test and beyond. Learn in comfort at your own pace in a friendly environment so there is never a problem asking ‘those’ questions.
Theory Test and Hazard Perception
Any help needed to complete the theory and hazard perception test is completely free of charge.
Already passed the test
It may be some time since you passed your driving test and you may be looking for refresher lessons, perhaps fallen foul of the law. Lessons are offered to brush up on those driving skills and increase your confidence on the roads.
Semi intensive courses
Tailor made packages offered to get you through that driving test. This is subject to a driving assessment to establish the number of hours required. If your theory test needs to be completed, help for this is included in any price quoted (test fees are not included).
This is an additional driving course developed by the Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency and carried out by DVSA registered Pass Plus Driving Instructors. The aim is to improve the standard of driving for newly qualified drivers. It consists of a course of lessons, usually around 6 hours covering the following subjects:
Town Driving, Out of Town and Rural Roads, All Weather Driving, Night time Driving, Dual carriageway Driving and Motorway Driving.
Fleet Driver Training
2008 saw the introduction of the Corporate Manslaughter Bill. This bill covers companies of all sizes, whether the vehicle fleet is 1 or 100 and more. The law requires all company drivers to have a Road Risk Assessment of their driving carried out to reduce the risk of incidents on the road.
As 95% of all road incidents are caused by human error and company vehicle drivers cover more mileage annually than average drivers, they are at a far higher risk of being involved in a road incident.
If companies fail in their duty of comply with this law and do not ensure that Road Risk Assessments are carried out for every driver, companies and their directors can be heavily fined, prosecuted and/or serve a prison sentence where it is proved that ‘duty of care‘ was not enforced.