Pass Plus is a scheme organised by the DSA to make new drivers safer.
It involves a 6 hour training course with NO EXAM at the end.
The course covers such things as . . .
Motorway Driving, Night Driving, Busy Town/City Driving, All Weather Driving.
Upon successfully completing the course, generous discounts can be obtained from
The discount should be more than cover the cost of the course.
Pass Plus Driving Lessons.
As a new driver, you are more likely to have an accident in the first year after
passing your test than at any other time in your motoring career.
Per mile of driving, the risk of an accident
involving injury or death is about seven times greater for 17-20 years old than
for those aged 40 or over.
Drivers under 21 are involved in 15% of all accident deaths.
New drivers make up just 10% of licence holders, but are involved in 29% of
Pass Plus is a scheme backed by the Government's Driving Standards Agency and
insurers to encourage newly qualified drivers to become better drivers.
Pass Plus gives extra experience and positive driving skills that would
otherwise take a long time to acquire.
Pass Plus consists of an additional course of six specially designed training
sessions to follow on from a successful practical driving test.