Below you will find answers to some of the commonly asked questions about advanced driving. If you can’t find an answer to your query please do feel free to contact me.
Pass Plus is not an advanced driving course. It is a scheme set up by the DVSA to help new drivers who have recently passed their ‘L’ driving test and includes night driving and motorways driving.
Although I’m qualified to do so I no longer offer such training. Generally, my clients must have a minimum of 2 years driving experience.
Yes, absolutely! Both civilian advanced driving tests are a very good starting point and many drivers are happy to rest there, having been trained by an Observer. However a higher level of advanced driver training is available from former Police Advanced Driving Instructors like myself – there are just a few of us around the country. Find out more about the advanced driver training I offer here.
Advanced Driving started at the Metropolitan Police Motor Driving School Hendon in 1936. The IAM started a civilian test in 1956 followed by the League of Safe Drivers of which I was an Examiner and later to become RoSPA
It depends upon your insurance company, but do notify them you have completed an advanced driving course as it may lead to a reduction in your premiums. Upon completion of my course you will be presented with a CPD certificate which you can show to your insurers.