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Pass Plus Explained

Pass Plus is a practical training course that 4front Driving School offer to those who have recently passed their test. You don't have to have taken your test with 4front Driving School to do the course. It takes at least 6 hours and is for drivers to improve their skills and drive more safely.

It can be taken at any time although it should be most useful to new drivers in the year after passing their test.

You’ll need a Pass Plus registered approved driving instructor (ADI) which 4front Driving School can provide you with to teach you.

You can book your Pass Plus course direct with 4front Driving School.

The fee for the course is £150

How Pass Plus training works

Pass Plus training takes at least 6 hours. It has 6 modules, covering driving:

  • in town
  • in all weathers
  • on rural roads
  • at night
  • on dual carriageways
  • on motorways

All modules should be practical sessions, although local conditions may mean some are theory based. You’ll normally spend at least 5.5 hours driving.

You will not take a test but you’ll be assessed throughout the course. To pass you’ll have to reach the required standard in all modules.

Apply for a Pass Plus certificate

You must apply for your own Pass Plus certificate if you want one.

You need a certificate if you want a discount on your car insurance.

You’ll get a training report form from your instructor when you’ve reached the required standard in all modules. You and your instructor must sign the form.

Send the signed form to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). You’ll be sent a certificate by post.

Pass Plus
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
The Axis Building
112 Upper Parliament Street

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