Affordable Pass Plus driving lessons at A PASS driving school in North West London. Get cheaper car insurance by taking APASS's pass plus course in Acton, Ealing, Harrow, Hayes, Northwood, Pinner, Ruislip and Watford

Pass Plus Course

What is Pass Plus?

Pass Plus is an advanced driver training course designed by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) to make newly qualified drivers become better drivers. It will give you extra driving experience and a discount on your car insurance.

What are the BENEFITS of Pass Plus?

  1. Gain valuable driving experience safely
  2. Build on your existing skills and knowledge
  3. Reduce your risk of being in a road crash
  4. Boost your confidence
  5. Give peace of mind to your loved ones
  6. CHEAPER CAR INSURANCE

Cheaper car insurance

The following benefits may be available (depending on status) from motor insurers supporting Pass Plus:

  • A one year's no claims bonus for comprehensive, third party fire and theft and third party policies as soon as you insure your car.
  • No claims bonus may be deferred for up to two years if you currently drive under someone else's policy.

Which insurers support the Pass Plus scheme?

  1. AA Insurance
  2. BSM Insurance Services
  3. BTE Lawline
  4. Churchill Insurance
  5. CIS Direct Line
  6. Norwich Union
  7. Privilege Provident
  8. QUINN Direct
  9. Insurance Ltd
  10. Royal and SunAlliance
  11. Swinton
  12. Tesco Motor Insurers
  13. Zurich (Eagle Star)

What does the course involve?

When you get your full driving licence, you can book for a course of 6 specially designed training sessions. These cover:

  1. Town Driving
  2. All Weather Driving
  3. Out of Town Driving
  4. Night Driving
  5. Dual Carriageway Driving
  6. Motorway Driving

Who can take part?

You can take it at any time within the first 12 month of passing your practical driving test.

How to complete the course?

There is no test at the end of it – your driving will be continually assessed and you must successfully complete all the modules in the course to an achieved or exceeded standard. When your instructor is satisfied with your performance you receive a certificate from the DSA. This certificate will earn you a substantial discount on your insurance premium from one of the companies in the scheme.

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 much will it cost to take Pass Plus at A PASS?

Just the price of 6 one hour driving lessons.

How can I find out more?

For more information on Pass Plus visit DSA's Pass Plus web site.

 

Please consider the information carefully. It is clear that undertaking a Pass Plus course is more than likely to save you money, but it should also be particularly emphasised that this course will most certainly make you a better driver and, more importantly, a safer driver.

To book your first Pass Plus lesson with A PASS, please fill in the online booking form. If you would like to discuss the training with us, please call us on 07957 112 980.

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Acton, Ealing, Harrow, Hayes, Isleworth, Northwood, Pinner, Ruislip & Watford

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6 Hillview Close, Hatch End, Middlesex HA5 4PD
Tel: 07957 112 980
Driving Standards Agency, Department of Transport Approved Driving Instructor, Pass Plus

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