Course Cost: £140
Location: Local to you
course includes a certificate that may help you receive a discount
on your car insurance. Please contact your insurer to see if they
participate in the discount scheme.
Pass Plus is a road safety initiative aimed at improving the skills
of new drivers and is designed by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA)
with the help of insurers and the driving instruction industry.
You can take a Pass Plus course at any time, but its mainly
aimed at new drivers in the first year after passing their test.
Your Pass 2 Day instructor will take you through all six practical
modules, teaching you how to anticipate, plan for and deal with
all kinds of hazards. The aim is to enhance your test-level
driving capability and give you all the confidence you need to deal
with any driving situation.
The course covers the following 6 modules;
Driving in town can be daunting: rush hour traffic, complicated
junctions and traffic systems... learn the skills to deal with all
these and more.
Rain, fog, bright sunshine, snow and ice: find out how to drive
safely in all the different weather conditions you'll face on the
Driving Out of Town
Country roads can harbour all kinds of hazards, from sharp bends
and potholes to farm vehicles and animals in the road.
Dealing with dazzle, judging distance and speed, using your lights
correctly - these are just some of the areas covered.
Driving on Dual Carriageways
To drive safely on fast, multi-lane roads you'll need all your skills
of observation, concentration, anticipation and lane discipline.
Driving on Motorways
Motorways are like no other roads: learn how to drive on them correctly
and safely under expert supervision.
Night Driving / All Weather Driving
Our instructors have found that people prefer to learn to drive
in the lighter, warmer summer months, and who can blame them?
Its fine to take all your lessons and pass in the sunshine,
except that when the summer is over, you may feel a little nervous
about driving in the very dark, wet, cold and icy conditions of
the great British winter.
Night driving: Driving in different light conditions, such
as dusk, dawn, bright sunshine or darkness without street lamps,
can be as different as driving in different weather conditions.
Knowing how to judge distances in the dark, when to use your dipped
or full beam, reading and judging other vehicles and potential hazards
based on their lights, and even knowing how to use your brake lights
at a pedestrian crossing to show other road users that youve
stopped, are all straightforward skills which you can master with
expert tuition from our driving instructors.
All weather driving: While we may not be able to simulate
every type of weather condition while youre on our all weather
driving course, we will give you the best tuition and guidance on
how to drive in every kind of adverse weather condition, from heavy
rain, to deep snow, and light mist to fog, sleet, and ice.
Knowing when to use your fog lights and how to drive in low gear
in sub zero weather conditions are just some of the areas we will
Its that old problem: as a learner driver you were not allowed
to drive on the motorway, but now youve passed and can drive
on the motorway, you may be a little nervous because you dont
have the experience or confidence to do so.
Well its easy when you know how.
Motorway rules and etiquette are quite different from those youd
have experienced as a learner driver, our patient, friendly and
experienced instructors will teach you to:
- approach the motorway: observation,
speed, indication and joining;
- drive on the motorway: lane etiquette,
observation, seeing and avoiding incidents, changing lanes, speed
- leaving the motorway: preparation, observation,
indication, signalling, speed and safety;
- emergency safety: what to do and how
to be safe in the event of a breakdown or accident.