The scheme that gives you extra experience and a discount on your car insurance.
Over 1,000 successful candidates per month have enjoyed the benefits of advanced training and insurance discounts, since the scheme stated in February 1995.
PassPlus Discounts Look at the list of local authorities on the pass plus website, if your borough, town, city or county council is listed contact them to see if they can help you with the cost of your Pass Plus tuition. They can offer discounts up to 50% of the full tuition costs. You've nothing to lose! Find out more Gov UK website
CongratulationsYou've passed your test. Now your ready for Pass Plus, the intensive training course that will help you become a better driver and get a discount on your insurance. So besides improving your driving skills, it could help you save money.
Who can take part?You can take take Pass Plus within your first year of passing the practical driving test
What's involved?When you get your full driving licence, you can book for a course of 6 specially designed training sessions.
These cover driving
- In town
- Out of town
- in all weathers
- at night
- on dual carriageways
- on motorways
Why more training?As a new driver, you are more likely to have an accident in the first than at any other time in your motoring career. Lack of experience means that you can be as much as TWO SECONDS slower than a more practised motorist .
Young new drivers are especially vulnerable. They hold only 10% of licences, but they are involved in 20% of road accidents in which someone is injured.
Pass Plus gives you valuable extra experience and positive driving skills that would otherwise take a long time to acquire. You should be a safer and better driver.
How can I find out more about PassPlus?Your Pass Plus instructor has a list of participating insurers & brokers. You should contact the insurers to find which is the best offer for your circumstances.
Any driving instructor on the DVSA approved register can enrol to teach Pass Plus. If your own instructor cannot help, look in the telephone directory or for adverts in your local newspaper.
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