Pass Plus

Pass plus is aimed at making new drivers become better drivers. Statistics show that newly-qualified drivers pose a far greater risk on the road than those with more years under their belts. This is mainly due to a lack of experience dealing with situations that they may never have encountered during normal lessons:

  • Driving on motorways
  • Driving on dual carriageways
  • Driving in poor or adverse weather conditions
  • Driving in busy town centres
  • Driving on rural roads with varying speeds limits and hazards
  • Driving on country lanes and possibly single-track roads
  • Driving at night

Pass plus is currently not compulsory and requires the newly-qualified driver to sit just a minimum of six additional hours (more hours can be taken should there be a need) covering the subjects above, and the great thing about it is that there is no test to pass.

You can also gain a significant discount off your insurance premium, but best of all, you’ll gain confidence and vital experience in a wide range of situations and scenarios. There are a growing number of insurance companies who are supporting Pass Plus. Please check with your intended insurer first. Remember, you can and should where possible shop around for insurance quotes.

Courses

Courses can normally be completed in one eight-hour session, or can be split into two four-hour sessions at £140 each if preferred. Please contact me for further details and to book. As the price list says, eight hours will cost £280 in total (£35 per hour).


Pass plus is aimed at making new drivers become better drivers
Pass Plus courses can normally be completed in one eight-hour session, or can be split into two four-hour sessions
Pass Plus can give you a significant discount off your insurance premium, but best of all, you’ll gain confidence and vital experience in a wide range of situations and scenarios
Pass Plus covers driving on motorways, dual carriageways, poor weather conditions, busy town centres, rural roads, country lanes and night driving
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