Your first ten hours for £230
This would only be suitable for those that have never driven before
£26 per hour
£39.00 Hour and a Half
£52 for two hours
£250 for ten hours
Pass Plus £150
Payments can be made by balance transfer or cash (no cheques)
All lessons must be paid for in full on the day, bulk payments must be used within six month
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1. You must be of legal age to drive and produce a valid UK/Northern Ireland provisional Category B driving licence. If a photo card licence is held, then it must be presented. If an older paper licence is held, then you must also produce a valid passport as photographic identification.
For Motorway, Pass Plus or Refresher lessons a full valid licence must be produced with identification as above.
You must meet the minimum eye test requirements, which means you must be able to read a standard UK approved number plate at a minimum distance of 20.5 metres (67 feet). If you need to wear glasses or contact lenses in order to meet this requirement then you must wear them whenever you drive.
2. You must notify your instructor of any change of your ability or entitlement to have driving tuition, for example if your provisional licence has been revoked or for medical reasons such as epilepsy. www.gov.uk/driving-medical-conditions
3. If you wish to cancel a lesson, a minimum of 48 hours notice must be given. Failure to give 48 hours notice will result in the lesson(s) having to be paid for. Lessons can be cancelled by telephone or text message but must be acknowledged by your instructor. If you are within your first ten hours there is no cancellation time and you will loose your lesson. (This is for the first ten hours so costs can be kept down and you would of been made aware of this at time of booking)
4. If your instructor turns up on time at the pre-arranged pick up point and you do not show, your instructor will wait 10 minutes. If there is no contact made, after 10 minutes they will leave and you will have to pay for the lesson.
5. Your instructor will endeavour to arrive on time however, due to unforeseen circumstances such as breakdown, accidents, traffic hold ups etc. Lesson times may need to change or even cancelled, If cancelled by your Instructor, no fee will be charged.
6. Lessons must be paid for in advance or at the time of the lesson by cash or balance transfer. (Unfortunately cheques are not acceptable).
7. You must not be under the influence of drugs/alcohol during the training. In the event of there being any signs of drugs/alcohol misuse or smell of drugs/alcohol, your instructor will withhold the use of the training vehicle for use of tuition or driving test until you are in a legal and fit state to drive. Any prescribed medication that may effect your driving should be declared to the instructor and to the DVLA medical board.
8. Should you fail to reach a satisfactory standard of driving and are likely to be a danger to other road users, or are in an unfit condition through substance or alcohol abuse as described above, the ADI has a responsibility to the DVSA examiners not to allow the use of the training vehicle for the purpose of the driving test. This is in the interest of the pupil, the examiner and other road users and is a precautionary safety measure. DVSA guidelines do not allow for a pupil to take a practical test just for the experience.
9. No responsibility can be taken for tests cancelled by the DVSA for whatever reason. Lessons will have to be paid for but can be claimed back from the DVSA. The instructor cannot be responsible if you fail because of the eyesight test.
10. All bulk payments must be used within a three month time frame, unless due to unforeseeable circumstances accepted by The instructor.
11. In the event of a refund, refunds will be given after the normal hourly rate is taken at time of refund not when paid.
Telling DVLA about a medical condition or disability. You must tell DVLA if you have a driving licence and:
you develop a ‘notifiable’ medical condition or disability a condition or disability has got worse since you got your licence Notifiable conditions are anything that could affect your ability to drive safely. They can include:
diabetes or taking insulin syncope (fainting) heart conditions (including atrial fibrillation and pacemakers) sleep apnoea epilepsy strokes glaucoma https://www.gov.uk/driving-medical-conditions