About Pass Plus
Pass Plus a training scheme for new drivers. Its aim is to improve your driving skills and make you a safer driver. It can also lead to insurance discounts.
The scheme has been designed by the Driving Standards Agency (DVSA), with the help of the motor insurance and driving instruction industries, to develop your skills and knowledge in areas where you may have limited experience.
As an indicator of its effectiveness, a recent survey of L test candidates carried out by ORC international for the DVSA, showed that those who had taken Pass Plus
- 93% felt more confident on the road.
- 89% considered that their driving skill had improved.
As a result of the course.
The course has been designed in six modules, each module will not take the same time to cover, however the course must consist of a minimum of six hours tuition, five and half of which are in-car driving sessions.
Modules to be covers are:
- Introduction & Town Driving.
- All-Weather Driving.
- Out of Town and Rural Roads.
- Night Driving.
- Dual Carriageways.
When you have successfully completed Pass Plus you will have to demonstrate that you developed your existing skills and knowledge to the safe standard, your instructor will sign the Training Report Form, Once this is complete the instructor will send it to the DVSA.
DVSA will then sent you a Pass Plus Certificate of Completion showing that you have successfully completed the course and that you are entitled to an insurance discount from one of the companies taking part in the scheme.