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Pass Plus Course Crawley

Passed Your Driving Test

You’ve passed your driving test – now you can drive on your own at last. But it doesn’t stop there; this is just the end of the beginning…Now you need to get your Pass Plus Course Crawley.
Getting your own car will give you the independence you need. For a new driver, the cost of insurance can be sky high.

High Insurance Costs

Statistics now show that most new drivers very sadly are more likely to have an accident within the first two years of passing their driving test than at any other time in their driving career. Age doesn’t really matter – it’s basically down to a lack of driving experience. That’s where the PASS PLUS course reigate comes in!

What does it cost?

Because our driving instructors are Pass Plus qualified, we can book you in for a 6 hour lesson designed to cover the 6 modules required to obtain the certificate. Once all 6 modules are completed your instructor will send off the relevant documentation and you will receive your Pass Plus certificate in the post.

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About the 6 Modules in the Pass Plus Course Crawley

Module One

Town Driving

  1. Observations, judgment and awareness
  2. Eye contact
  3. Consideration for vulnerable road users
  4. Keeping space around your car

Module Two

All Weather Driving

  1. Correct speed
  2. Safe stopping distances
  3. Seeing and being see in rain, sleet, snow and ice
  4. Skidding, cause and prevention, correcting slow-speed skids, braking on poor surfaces, aquaplaning

Module Three

Driving Out of Town

  1. Observation of the road ahead
  2. Making progress safely
  3. Bends, hills, uneven roads, dead ground
  4. Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle ahead
  5. Overtaking safely
  6. Being aware of and showing consideration for pedestrians, horse riders, animals in the road, farm entrances and slow-moving vehicles.

Module Four

Night Driving

  1. The importance of the correct use of headlights
  2. Adjusting to dark conditions
  3. Judging speed and distances
  4. Correct use and care of lights
  5. Dealing with dazzle
  6. Road users who can be difficult to see
  7. Parking

Module Five

Driving on Dual Carriageways

  1. Effective observation
  2. Use of mirrors and checking blind areas
  3. Judgment and planning well ahead
  4. Safe separation distances
  5. Joining and leaving dual carriageways
  6. Lane discipline
  7. Overtaking
  8. Correct use of speed

Module Six

Driving on Motorways

  1. Planning journeys in advance
  2. Joining and leaving motorways
  3. Using slip roads properly and effectively
  4. Safe speeds for varying circumstances
  5. Effective all-round observation
  6. Signs, signals and markings
  7. Overtaking and lane discipline
  8. Courtesy towards other road users
  9. Motorway fatigue
  10. Breakdown procedures
  11. Use of lights and hazard warning lights
  12. Debris on the carriageway
  13. Crosswinds

About the pass plus course

The Pass Plus Course has been designed to make newly qualified drivers much better drivers. The Pass Plus was set up by the DVSA to encourage drivers who have recently passed their driving test to undergo further training with an Advanced Driving Instructor.

The Pass Plus will not only give newly qualified drivers further driving experience and enhance their skills, it will allow them to reduce the cost of their car insurance as many car insurance companies offer a substantial discount to drivers who have successfully completed the Pass Plus Course.

Now remember in some areas there are schemes which heavily support the Pass Plus course certificate as a genuine advantage to there town and so subsidise in some cases up to £100.00 of the cost! Check with your local council to see if you qualify.

When you contact an insurance company, you need to check that a PASS PLUS COURSE discount is available to you. For more information on Pass Plus please check the Direct Gov website which will give you to the relevant information.

You do not pass the Pass Plus by taking a final exam/test. Your driving instructor monitors and assesses your performance as you go through and complete the six modules.

Each Pass Plus Course must consist of at least six hours training. During the course your driving instructor will record your progress on a training report form. When the instructor is satisfied you have successfully completed the course you will be issued with a Certificate of Completion.

Only driving instructors who are registered as Pass Plus Instructors can give the course.

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