Once you've passed your driving test you can begin to drive independently. However, being a new driver can be very expensive and insurance can be sky high. This is simply because of the lack of experience you bring to the road as a new driver.
Statistics show that new drivers are more likely to have an accident in the first two years of passing their test than at any other time in their driving career.
This is where Pass Plus comes in!
Your Pass Plus course is a minimum of 6 hours and includes:
Driving in town can be daunting: rush hour traffic, complex junctions and traffic systems.
Rain, fog, bright sunshine, snow and ice: Learn how to deal with different road conditions.
Driving on Dual Carriageways
To drive safely on fast, multi-lane roads you'll need good skills in observation, concentration, anticipation and lane discipline.
Dealing with dazzle, judging distance and speed and using your lights correctly, these are just some of the areas covered.
Driving on Motorways
Motorways are our fastest and busiest roads. Learn how to use them safely under expert supervision.
Driving Out of Town
Country roads can harbour all kinds of hazards, from sharp bends and potholes to farm vehicles and animals on the road.
Click on the DVSA link shown on the left for more infomation.