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The Practical Test

 

Your Instructor will assess your progress and recommend booking your Practical test to

coincide with you being a safe driver and reaching the required standard to have a good

chance of successfully completing the test requirements.

 

The Practical driving test lasts for approximately 40 minutes and your instructor will normally pick

you up 1 hour before the test time and let you practice the set routines and drive to the test centre.

They will then accompany you to the waiting room when at the appointed time the examiner will

ask you to show them your documents (both parts of your licence and your Theory pass certificate.

 

We also recommend you take your appointment letter, then sign a test report form declaration

to say the vehicle is insured.

 

We can assure you all our vehicles are insured as well as thoroughly maintained.

Terms & Conditions

 

In the event of a cancellation by the pupil at least 48 hours notice must be given, failure

to do so may result in the lesson being charged at the full rate. If the instructor needs to

postpone or reschedule the lesson the required 48 hours notice will be given.

 

 

Driving lessons will be conducted on a one to one basis.

A record of progress will be kept by the instructor.

 

 

If on the day of your test is cancelled by the DSA due to bad weather,

sickness or staff shortages the school will charge for test time.

 

 

We reserve the right to change or alter any of the terms and conditions without notice,

but will endeavour to inform you of any changes as soon as possible.

 

 

We accept payment by cash or cheque only. Lessons must be paid for either on

the day or by advanced block bookings, each block booking course must be

completed within 12 months, no refund will be given after this period

 

 

Any refunds may be subject to an administration charge.

 

 

Any pupil may be refused a driving lesson if the Instructor has reason to believe that the pupil is under the influence of alcohol or drugs and the lesson will still be charged for at the full amount.

 

 

The Instructor may refuse to carry on giving a pupil driving lessons without notice if the

Instructor is not satisfied with a pupil’s conduct or commitment throughout the lessons.

 

 

If a pupil has entered for a driving test and does not keep up to date with their lessons

prior to the test or, if in the opinion of the instructor, the pupil is not safe to proceed with

the test, the instructor reserves the right to refuse the use of the tuition vehicle for the

driving test. In which case the instructor will not be liable for any loss of test fees.

 

 

Pupils must advise their instructor of any medication or prescription drugs they are

taking that may affect their ability to drive safely before taking any lesson booked.

 

 

If a pupil is required to wear glasses or contact lenses whilst driving and he/she fails to wear

them on a driving lesson, then the lesson will be cancelled with full charge to the pupil or parents.

 

 

If for any reason the tuition car is classed as unfit to use on test for any reason the

instructor will not be liable for any loss of test fees. The instructor and pupil will

fully inspect the car the lesson before the test.