The Pass Plus Course consists of six practical modules that help you learn the skills to deal with them safely they cover:
Town Driving: driving in town can be daunting: rush hour traffic, complicated junctions and traffic systems.
All Weather Driving: rain, fog, bright sunshine, snow and ice.
Driving out of town: country roads can harbour all kinds of hazards, from potholes and sharp bends to animals on the road and farm vehicles.
Night driving: dealing with dazzle, judging distance and speed, using your lights correctly.
Driving on dual carriageways: to drive safely on fast, multi-lane roads, using observation, concentration, anticipation and lane discipline.
Driving on motorways: learn to drive on them safely and correctly.
There is no test at the end – your driving will be continually assessed and you must successfully complete all the six modules to an achieve or exceed standard. If a module can’t be done on the road it will be covered in a theory session.
Pass Plus results- As an indication of the effectiveness of the scheme, recent survey carried out for the DVSA showed that 93% of people who had taken Pass Plus felt more confident on the road, and 80% considered that their driving skills had improved as a result of taking the course.