Pass Plus

Pass Plus is a training scheme for new drivers. This specially designed course by the Driving Standards Agency (DVLA) and the driving instruction industry helps you:

Gain valuable driving experience safely - you will be taught how to deal with a wide range of road and traffic situations that you probably wont have faced before.
  Build on your existing skills and knowledge - it can take years to become a skilled driver. Pass Plus helps get you through the learning process under expert tuition.
  Reduce your risk of being in a road crash - the course will help boost your awareness of all kinds of hazards and help you to anticipate, plan for and deal with them safely.
  Save money on car insurance premiums - naturally, you will have to pay for the coursee. At Donny School of Motoring the Pass Plus is covered all in one day at a cost of £150. When you have successfully completed the course, you are advised to let your proposed insurance company know that you have obtained a Pass plus certificate. The savings in insurance will more than compensate for the cost of your Pass Plus course.
Boost your confidence - if you feel nervous driving on your own, the Pass Plus training can help you be more confident on the roads and give peace of mind to your loved ones.
  Pass Plus - consists of six practical modules which cover all driving including normal roads, rural roads, at night, on dual carriageways and on motorways.
  There is no test at the end of it - your driving will continually be monitored in order to ensure that you successfully complete all the modules in the course to an achieved or exceeded standard.
1. Achieved - successfully reached the standard required for each of the competencies.
2. Exceeded - exceeded the required standard for each of the competencies
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