What’s covered in Pass Plus
The Pass Plus course comprises of six modules, each covering a different aspect of driving:
- Driving in town
- All-weather driving
- Rural driving
- Driving at night
- Driving on dual carriageways
- Motorway driving
Why Pass Plus?
There is no arguing with accident statistics. Figures consistently show that young, inexperienced drivers are more at risk than any other group of motorist.
In order to attempt to change this, the Pass Plus course was developed by the DVSA. Pass Plus is an optional course, and the best way for a qualified learner to get additional driving experience is considered to be learning with a Pass Plus registered ADI (Approved Driving Instructor).
The primary aim of the course is to give valuable knowledge to drivers who have recently passed the practical driving test, but who want to learn additional skills and techniques, improve their anticipation and alertness, and learn how to reduce accidents.
The training takes a minimum of six hours to complete. Generally the content will be taught in a practical way, but some topics may need to be covered in theory, as, for example, difficult weather conditions may be tricky to organise!
There is no examination at the end of the course, once completed you will be assessed by your registered 1nfluence instructor.
Prices for Pass Plus Training are from £50 / hour.