Pass Plus Driving Lessons Newcastle and Gateshead

Pass Plus Course NewcastlePass Plus Driving Course available in Newcastle, Gateshead, , North Tyneside, South Shields and surrounding areas. It is a practical driving training course that takes at least 6 hours and is for drivers to improve their skills and drive more safely.

Pass Plus is a driver training course designed by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) specifically for drivers who have just qualified. It is designed to reduce the chance of the being involved in an accident by providing advanced driving tuition and experience. 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 Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) to teach you, and Passport Driving School is qualified.

It may help you get a car insurance discount if you successfully complete the course. 

Pass Plus training course includes…

Motorway driving coursesMotorway Driving

Dual Carriageway driving coursesDual Carriageways

City driving coursesTown and City Driving

Night driving coursesNight Driving

learn to drive in snowAll Weather Driving

Developing these skills will give you greater confidence to become a safer driver and statistically you are less likely to be involved in an accident.

 

Recent Learner Driver News

1. Independent driving

The current 10 minutes of independent driving will be increased to 20 minutes using a satnav OR traffic signs. The examiner will decide if road signs or sat nav will be used for this part of the test.

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2. Using a satnav

You might have spotted that in the previous news - the satnav is being introduced to the driving test. The equipment will be provided and set by the examiner and all will use a standardised TomTom Start 52 model. Four in five people doing their driving test will be asked...

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3. Manoeuvre changes

Currently, you’ll be asked to demonstrate one of four manoeuvres on your driving test. From December 4 2017, the ‘reverse around a corner’ and ‘turn-in-the-road’ manoeuvre will no longer be tested - although the DVSA say you should still be...

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4. ‘Show me, tell me’

The ‘show me’ and ‘tell me’ questions about car safety will change slightly. You’ll still be asked the ‘tell me’ question at the start of the test but the ‘show me’ question will be asked during the test - for example,...

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