The Pass Plus Course is aimed at new drivers who have recently passed the standard driving test. The course helps to give drivers the confidence to drive on their own and to increase experience on the road.
Pass plus is an optional course introduced by the DVSA and is considered the best way to give additional driving experience to newly qualified drivers. Whilst the course can be taken at any time, it is suggested that the course be taken in the first year of qualifying, especially if you wish to take advantage of any insurance discounts. However, the course isn't just aimed at newly qualified drivers.
The main aim of this course is to impart valuable knowledge to drivers who want to learn new skills and techniques, improve their anticipation and alertness and learn how to reduce accidents.
Pass Plus comprises of six modules, each covering a different aspect of driving. These modules are:
Whilst we endeavour to make all modules practical sessions, local conditions and time of year may mean some lessons will be theory based. However, this is only done when a practical training session is not possible. Our intention is that you'll normally spend around 5.5 hours driving.
The scheme takes a minimum of six hours to complete. You won't take a test at the end, but you'll be assessed throughout the course. To pass you'll have to reach the required standard in all modules. Each module must be completed to an achieved or exceeded standard, in order to pass:
A certificate will be awarded on successful completion of the course.
For further information on the Pass Plus Course, please visit the DVSA website.
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