Pass Plus from Inspire Driver Training

Now you have passed your driving test and laid the foundations to your safe driving future, itís time to build on your knowledge and gain experience in the areas not covered as part of your learner driver training.

Pass Plus is a training scheme for new drivers. It's much more than just a few extra lessons, the course, specially designed by the Driving Standards Agency (DVSA), with the help of insurers and the driving instruction industry, gives you valuable new skills in a number of important areas, including:

  • Town driving
  • All weather driving
  • Out of town driving
  • Night driving
  • Motorway and dual carriageway driving

Quality driving tuition can improve your hazard perception but you must take an active role to learn. Revisit some of those essential driving skills, improve your anticipation and response and reduce the risks associated with having a road accident:

  • Safe Driving
  • Right Attitude
  • Right Skill

A member of the coaching team, male or female, will show you various techniques such as how to control your vehicle on those windy roads or the tyre grip trade-off technique to enable you to handle the car better. Good acceleration sense is important, so refresh those skills and respond to road and traffic conditions like a professional.

You will be pleased to know low insurance premiums are available for those drivers who have taken a positive step and acquired new skills and knowledge. A newly qualified driver would be encouraged to do the pass plus course. However, if you want to go that step further,read our advice on Advanced Driving.

Pass Plus Course Costs

  • Minimum of 6 hours tuition: £160
  • Motorway training: £35 per hour
  • Refresher training: £25 per hour

Intensive courses can be arranged: please contact us for an initial assessment and quotation. Please note, it is perfectly fine to go ahead with Pass Plus even if you have not got a car. Most insurance schemes allow drivers to defer the discount for up to two years, though we recommend that you check with your insurance company first.

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