At East London Driving School, driver and instructor training is strongly recommend, we believe every driver should take the pass plus course. The aim of the course is to make you a safer driver. This will also lead you to a huge insurance discount up to 48% in some cases. The course has been designed by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) with the help of the motor insurance and driving instructor industries. The pass plus course is only available for people who have passed their driving test. The course consists of 6 driving lessons, which is divided into 6 modules.
There is no test at the end, instead you will be assessed throughout and you must cover all modules to complete the training.
The price of the pass plus course is £35 an hour.
Statistics show new drivers of any age are more likely to have an accident within the first two years of passing their test than at any other time in their driving career. It is basically down to a lack of experience. Insurance premiums reflect the increased risk.
Sign up for Pass Plus with east London driving school a training scheme for new drivers. It is designed to develop your skills and knowledge to make you a safer driver.
Your initial driver training should provide you with a varied range of road and traffic conditions. However, this training often takes place within a familiar area, as there are time constraints and lesson objectives to consider. Pass Plus provides the opportunity to drive out of your local area, extending your driving experience safely.
You already know how to drive so your Pass Plus sessions will be different to a driving lesson. You will develop your confidence and ability to deal with unfamiliar road and traffic conditions under the guidance of an experienced professional.
Many insurance companies offer discounts to new drivers who have completed the Pass Plus course, so it is worth shopping around for the best deals. Although the discount is only offered on the first year's insurance, if you stay claim free, you will begin to build your no claims bonus, leading to lower premiums year on year.