Basingstoke Practical Car Test Results 2020

Basingstoke Practical Car Test Results 2020

JaseDrive Hits a Quarter Century, With 25 Passes In a Row!

JaseDrive Hits a Quarter Century, With 25 Passes In a Row!

I never ever thought We'd ever get to 10 passes in a row, when we started out 3 years ago and can't believe that We've got to this number! This fantastic run could have ended at any time from 1-25, as ANYTHING can happen on the day! I'm so proud of all of my clients past and present and everyone that we've worked with along the way.

All the very best, for the future!

Jase :) 

Top 10 Reasons For Failing A Practical Driving Test

Top 10 Reasons For Failing A Practical Driving Test

Visit this link to see the 10 most common reasons for failing a practical driving test!


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Change To Private Practice in England

Change To Private Practice in England

From today (29 March) essential journey guidance is changing in England. This means that learner drivers in England are able to take private practice during non-essential journeys.

The private practice must still be with someone from their own household or support bubble.

DVSA are emailing all theory test and practical test candidates with a test booking to let them know that from today they can practice driving with someone from their household or support bubble on more than essential journeys.

Leaner Insurance Company "Marmalade" Offer Expired Theory Test Money To Existing & "NEW" Policy Hold

Leaner Insurance Company "Marmalade" Offer Expired Theory Test Money To Existing & "NEW" Policy Hold

Learner Insurance Company "Marmalade" Offer Theory Test Money for Existing & "NEW" Policies!

Who’s eligible?  UK Provisional Licence holders who hold a valid Marmalade policy at the time of application that is past the 14-day cooling off period. Those able to provide proof of the expiry of their certificate during the lockdown period (the lockdown period is defined as being between 23rd March 2020 and 60 days after practical driving tests re-start in your devolved nation). Good news! New customers are eligible to apply once their policy has passed the 14-day cooling off period – provided you meet the above criteria! Visit: https://www.wearemarmalade.co.uk/.../claim-back-the-cost.


Getting Back To Lessons And Tests In April 2021

Getting Back To Lessons And Tests In April 2021

Following the publication of the roadmap out of national lockdown on 22 February, we have been working with government and stakeholders to agree the indicative restart dates of all our driver, rider and vocational testing services. We have set these dates out below. Depending on the outcome of the government review of roadmap measures on 5 April, Although these need to be confirmed closer to the date. We aren’t able to confirm dates until after the review on 5 April, but we want to share these proposals with you now to help you plan ahead.

 The proposed date for the restart of driving lessons and training is Monday 12 April 2021. We know many want the opportunity to carry out lessons and training before the restart of driving tests, Therefore tests are due to restart 10 days later on Thursday 22 April, if government guidance allows.

Dash Cam Evidence. 25% Uptake From Police In Prosecutions.

Dash Cam Evidence. 25% Uptake From Police In Prosecutions.

Bad News Today From DVSA Regarding Extensions To Theory Test Expiry Dates.

Bad News Today From DVSA Regarding Extensions To Theory Test Expiry Dates.

The government has further considered the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the validity period of theory test certificates. After careful consideration and in response to a recent petition the government has decided not to extend theory test certificates for road safety reasons. We understand this will be disappointing for some of your pupils, but it’s essential that they have the most up-to-date road safety knowledge and hazard perception skills at the critical point that they drive on their own for the first time.

DVSA Update Regarding Driving Tests and Lessons For April 2021

DVSA Update Regarding Driving Tests and Lessons For April 2021

“In line with the government’s roadmap announcement driving and theory tests will resume no earlier than 12 April. “DVSA is working closely with the government and will provide more information as soon as we are able to do so on other tests, lessons and training.”

Fingers Crossed :)

New Update From DVSA Regarding Lockdown

New Update From DVSA Regarding Lockdown

Further to guidance from government we are cancelling practical and theory tests in England up to and including 24 February 2021. Mobile emergency worker service tests booked will take place as arranged. You should continue to follow Government guidance to stay at home except for essential reasons. You can read more about the lockdown measures on GOV.UK Driving lessons Driving lessons, must not take place until the restrictions are lifted. This includes training for ADI part 2 and 3 tests and standards checks. Driving lessons for your pupils with a confirmed mobile emergency worker test booking can continue.

Driving tests All driving tests are suspended in England while the restrictions are in place. This includes ADI part 2 and 3 tests and standards checks. This does not include mobile emergency worker service tests booked which will take place as arranged. We'll email candidates affected by this to let them know we will reschedule their test.

Theory test All theory tests will be suspended until the restrictions are lifted. We will email anyone who has booked a test and is affected by this to let them know their theory test is on hold and that they will need to reschedule it by visiting https://www.gov.uk/change-theory-test. If you booked your pupil’s theory test you will need to log into the booking system and rearrange their test for a new date and time. This does not include mobile emergency worker service theory tests booked which will take place as arranged. 

 DVSA update from DVSA on key workers During Lockdown

DVSA update from DVSA on key workers During Lockdown

 The following has just been received from DVSA in regard to a limited service for key workers. Please read it carefully.

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is working with its theory test contract provider, Pearson VUE, to respond to requests for theory tests from organisations such as Ambulance Authorities on behalf of frontline mobile emergency workers who require a driving licence to carry out duties in their employment role.

The DVSA will also respond to requests for practical driving tests from organisations on behalf of frontline mobile emergency workers, who require a driving licence to carry out duties in their employment role.

This is a limited service subject to examiner resource and is restricted to candidates working in health and social care, and other public bodies involved in work responding to ‘threats to life’ such as the Environment Agency’s flood rescue staff, or local authority gritter truck drivers.

The DVSA will contact NHS Trusts to explain how to nominate candidates; candidates cannot apply themselves. Applications from other organisations will be considered if the mobile emergency worker criteria is met. Approved driving instructors and trainers can return to work only for the purpose of supporting a mobile emergency worker with a booked test.

NASP starts a campaign to extend theory test certificates

The letter below has been emailed to Grant Shapps Secretary of State for Transport, Baroness Vere Under Secretary of State for Transport, and Loveday Ryder CEO DVSA with senior DVSA staff included to encourage a change in the law to extend the expiry date on theory certificates: Dear I write to you as the current chairman of the National Associations Strategic Partnership (NASP) representing driver trainers across Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the steering group, and key consultative stakeholder, for the driver and rider training industry. I am sure you are aware of the situation that is now getting out of control regarding theory test certificates, we would appeal to you to revisit this situation. You will be aware that many learner drivers have been adversely affected during the pandemic, I know Government visited this issue during the first lockdown and rejected an extension to theory certificates even although Northern Ireland did allow an extension. This was done on the grounds of road safety, surely if it was not considered unsafe in Northern Ireland where it was extended for 8 months, we should reconsider our position. By way of using some comparisons, the government agreed to extend the MOT certificate, surely a much larger road safety risk, the government also extended driver licences, there must have been an element of risk involved here also, it seems to us that not to extend these certificates would put even more pressure on many young people who are already suffering severe stress at the uncertainty of their future with having their education thrown into turmoil with the constant movement in the exam structure. I would urge you to find a way to amend the law that would allow an extension to everyone who’s theory certificate is going to expire throughout this year and simply extend until the same date in 2022, this would hopefully make sure that as we ease out of the pandemic people would not be even more penalised by losing their practical test slots through no fault of their own. It is also important to take into account the situation with your provider, Pearson Vue, at the moment they are not able to supply theory test at all in many parts of the country for various reasons, this will put even more strain on learners across the board if they are forced through no fault of their own to retake the theory test as they may have to wait up to four months to get a booking then goodness knows how long after that to be able to sit a practical test, all in all totally unacceptable, I'm sure you would agree. I hope you can expedite this request on behalf of all the learners across the country and look forward to your early reply.

Yours faithfully Peter Harvey MBE Current Chair NASP 

NASP starts a campaign to extend theory test certificates

The letter below has been emailed to Grant Shapps Secretary of State for Transport, Baroness Vere Under Secretary of State for Transport, and Loveday Ryder CEO DVSA with senior DVSA staff included to encourage a change in the law to extend the expiry date on theory certificates: Dear I write to you as the current chairman of the National Associations Strategic Partnership (NASP) representing driver trainers across Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the steering group, and key consultative stakeholder, for the driver and rider training industry. I am sure you are aware of the situation that is now getting out of control regarding theory test certificates, we would appeal to you to revisit this situation. You will be aware that many learner drivers have been adversely affected during the pandemic, I know Government visited this issue during the first lockdown and rejected an extension to theory certificates even although Northern Ireland did allow an extension. This was done on the grounds of road safety, surely if it was not considered unsafe in Northern Ireland where it was extended for 8 months, we should reconsider our position. By way of using some comparisons, the government agreed to extend the MOT certificate, surely a much larger road safety risk, the government also extended driver licences, there must have been an element of risk involved here also, it seems to us that not to extend these certificates would put even more pressure on many young people who are already suffering severe stress at the uncertainty of their future with having their education thrown into turmoil with the constant movement in the exam structure. I would urge you to find a way to amend the law that would allow an extension to everyone who’s theory certificate is going to expire throughout this year and simply extend until the same date in 2022, this would hopefully make sure that as we ease out of the pandemic people would not be even more penalised by losing their practical test slots through no fault of their own. It is also important to take into account the situation with your provider, Pearson Vue, at the moment they are not able to supply theory test at all in many parts of the country for various reasons, this will put even more strain on learners across the board if they are forced through no fault of their own to retake the theory test as they may have to wait up to four months to get a booking then goodness knows how long after that to be able to sit a practical test, all in all totally unacceptable, I'm sure you would agree. I hope you can expedite this request on behalf of all the learners across the country and look forward to your early reply.

Yours faithfully Peter Harvey MBE Current Chair NASP 

Good News! DVSA Reversed Their Private Practice Decision For Learners.

Good News! DVSA Reversed Their Private Practice Decision For Learners.

Private Practice For Learners, Now Banned Under Covid Regulations.

Private Practice For Learners, Now Banned Under Covid Regulations.

The Govt have now removed the Highlighted section that allowed learners to practice with parents during Tier 4 and Lockdown under Covid regulations.  

Theory Test Contact Centre Closure.

Theory Test Contact Centre Closure.

Govt Tier Restrictions for  Driving Lessons and Tests

Govt Tier Restrictions for Driving Lessons and Tests

Changes to Tiers in England The government has announced changes to the Tiers from 12:01am on 26 December to control the spread of coronavirus. These will remain in place in until at least the next formal government review. You can read more about what areas will be moved Tiers and the measures on GOV.UK. Driving lessons Driving lessons can continue in Tiers 1 to 3.

Driving lessons must not take place in Tier 4 areas until the restrictions are lifted. You must not travel out of a Tier 4 area to give driving lessons or to take a pupil for a test. Driving tests Areas in Tier 3 Additional safety measures are in place for car driving tests in Tier 3 areas.

These are: • reducing the number of car practical tests our examiners carry out per day from 6 to 5 • anyone who has a car driving test booked in a Tier 3 area who is exempt from wearing a face covering may have to delay their test until the area moves out of Tier 3. We will reschedule their test if we cannot find a volunteer driving examiner to conduct their test without them wearing a face covering When areas go into Tier 1 or 2, the number of car tests will go back to 6 per day per examiner. We’ll be emailing everyone in a Tier 3 area who has a test booked during the period of the restrictions to let them know about the additional measures.

Areas in Tier 4 All car driving tests are suspended in Tier 4 areas until the restrictions are lifted. This includes ADI part 2 and 3 tests and standards checks. We'll email candidates who are affected by this to let them know we will reschedule their test. If you have booked a test for any of your pupils you will receive an email to let you know it will be rescheduled to a new time and date. You will need to contact your pupil to let them know. We’ll then send you an email with the new time and date as soon as possible; please ask your pupils to be patient. If the new time and date is not suitable for you or your pupil, you can choose a different time and date on GOV.UK. You will need your pupil’s driving licence number to do this. Your pupil does not need to pay again to do this.

Theory tests Theory tests can continue in Tiers 1 to 3. All theory tests will be suspended in Tier 4 areas until restrictions are lifted. We will email anyone who has booked a test and is affected by this to let them know their theory test is on hold and that they will need to reschedule it by visiting https://www.gov.uk/change-theory-test. If you booked your pupil’s theory test you will need to log into the booking system and rearrange their test for a new date and time.

More information You can find what financial support is available to you on GOV.UK. Check GOV.UK for the latest about: • theory tests • driving tests • 

JaseDrive's Fantastic Pass Rate Continues!

JaseDrive's Fantastic Pass Rate Continues!

I'm so pleased that we have just had our 20th pass in a row!! (19 1st time!).

I know that there are so many variables that can happen during a test scenario, so I understand that we must have seen some elements of "good luck" thrown in along the way and that anything can happen during a test. That's a fact!

That said. I am really proud of what all of my clients have achieved by working as a team, building self confidence along the way. It show's that even the most nervous amongst us can achieve anything, when determined and prepared to work hard to achieve their goals! 

RAC Report at least 13rd of motorists still can't afford even the basic Electric cars.

RAC Report at least 13rd of motorists still can't afford even the basic Electric cars.

Experts claim that even the cheapest electric vehicles (EVs) are currently difficult for at least a third of drivers to afford. Drivers need to spend £2,100 a year to comfortably run and own an EV, according to the latest analysis from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).1 This expenses calculaton, which includes charging, could prevent up to 10 million motorists from joining the green revolution and buying an EV. CEBR says the research suggests access to an EV is a “pipe dream” for a third of the population. Just last week Boris Johnson confirmed the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars will be brought forward to 2030. Many consumers hope the announcement will be a catalyst for change in the affordability and charging infrastructure of EVs. Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, said: “Success will depend on reassuring consumers that they can afford these new technologies, that they will deliver their mobility needs and, critically, that they can recharge as easily as they refuel."

Entry-level cars are usually £5,000 more expensive than fuel equivalents, and one in six English councils have failed to install chargers on residential roads, even though 2.8million will be needed. RAC head of roads policy Nicholas Lyes called the upfront cost of EVs the “biggest barrier to going electric”. He said: “We hope the Government’s announcement will pave the way to lower list prices, thereby accelerating take-up. This in turn will help lead to EVs being more readily available on the second-hand market which is where the majority of people choose to buy their vehicles.” Mr Lyes highlighted that those purchasing an electric car face a big learning curve to understand the different types of chargers, connectors and different charging speeds currently available. Electric cars – a definitive guide and tips for buyers Electric car charging – how it works and how much it costs The road to electric in charts and data While charging takes significantly longer than topping up with petrol or diesel, EV owners without off-street parking will also have to plan how and when to top up their battery. Before the 2030 deadline, production lines will have to radically adapt to build a wider range of EVs in a profitable way, while the UK’s charging network will need to grow exponentially to cater for demand. “The car industry and those responsible for charging infrastructure now have an enormous task on their hands,” Mr Lyes added. How do you feel about the 2030 ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles? Are you confident that the motoring industry will step up to the challenge and make driving affordable in an electric future? Or are you worried that driving as we know it will change for the worse? Leave a comment below. 1 https://cebr.com/reports/making-road-pricing-work-requires-the-treasury-not-to-be-too-greedy/ 2 https://media.smmt.co.uk/smmt-response-to-2030-ice-end-of-sale-date-announcement/

Driving Test changes

Sharing our updated driving test guidance for examiners We have made some changes to our COVID driving test guidance for driving examiners. We have made these changes to make it clear to you, your pupils and our examiners of what to expect on test. Vehicle ventilation The car must have the windows open throughout the test. Your pupils are advised to wear clothing suitable for the weather. At least 2 windows on opposite sides of the car must be open throughout the test. Any combination of windows can be opened, for example, one from the front and back. In bad weather, you do not need to open the windows so far that it makes the inside of your car overly wet. Vehicle cleanliness Because of coronavirus (COVID-19), you must clean the inside of your car before your test. This means: • tidying any unnecessary items away from the dashboard, footwells, door pockets, cup holders and seats. • wiping down the dashboard and car controls and touchpoints such as door handles and seat belt controls The examiner will do an additional clean of some surfaces. Completing insurance and residency declaration Your pupils will also be able to fill out an insurance and residency declaration and have their licence checked inside the car in bad weather. Please tell your pupils to bring a pen with them to complete the paperwork. Our examiners will only offer a pen if they do not have one, which will be wiped with an anti-viral wipe on return. Sharing our updated driving test guidance As with previous guidance, we have shared the updated COVID driving test guidance for driving examiners with the training industry. We hope this guidance will help you prepare your car and your pupil for their test. NASP has published our updated guidance on their website where it is available for you to view. Further information: • theory tests • driving tests • instructor guidance. 

Theory Test News From Dec 2nd in England

Government guidance on theory tests The Government has confirmed that theory tests can safely restart in all tiers on 2 December. 2 December We previously rescheduled tests booked for this day to a later date. If you or your pupil had a theory test previously scheduled for 2 December we will be in contact with you soon to offer the opportunity to rebook the test for 2 December. We did not want to automatically rearrange your pupils test to 2 December in case your pupil was no longer available. Driver and rider training and testing We’ll update you shortly on how the new local restriction tiers will affect driver and rider training and testing. We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused. More information Check GOV.UK for the latest about: • theory tests • driving tests • instructor guidance 

Lessons To Resume Dec 2nd in England.

Government guidance on driving lessons and driving tests This is an update about: • how local alert tiers affect driver training and testing • waiting rooms How local restriction tiers affect driver training and testing The Government has confirmed that driver training and testing can safely restart as normal in areas in tier 1 and 2 when the current national restrictions end on 2 December. The Government has also confirmed that driving lessons can restart in all tiers when the current national restrictions end on 2 December. Additional measures for driving tests in tier 3 areas Our top priority is to keep you, your pupils and our staff safe. To allow us to continue testing in tier 3 areas we will restart car practical tests in tier 3 areas from 3 December and will be introducing additional safety measures in these areas. These include: • reducing the number of car practical tests our examiners carry out per day to 5 in tier 3 areas • anyone who has a car practical test booked in a tier 3 area who is exempt from wearing a face covering may have to delay their test until the area moves out of tier 3. We will reschedule their test if we cannot find a volunteer driving examiner to conduct their test without them wearing a face covering What this means to you and your pupils We email everyone in a tier 3 area who has a test booked to let them know about the additional measures. We’ll also be contacting anyone whose test has been affected by these additional measures to let them know what will happen next. 2 December tests The Government has clarified that all car practical and theory testing can resume on 2 December in tier 1 and 2 areas. We previously rescheduled tests booked for this day to a later date. If you or your pupil had a practical test previously scheduled for 2 December in a tier 1 or 2 area we will be in contact with you today, 1 December, to offer the opportunity to rebook the test for 2 December. We did not want to automatically rearrange your pupils test to 2 December in case you or your pupil were no longer available or in case your pupil needs refresher lessons with you before your test. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this has caused for you and your pupils. Waiting rooms Following the successful reopening of waiting rooms in a number of locations, we are able to reopen a further 94 waiting rooms in early December. We’ll be in touch soon with more information about this. Making sure your candidates are ready It is important that your candidates are prepared for their test before you present them. Some of your pupils might not feel ready as they have not been able to have any lessons over the previous 4 weeks. If your pupil feels they are not ready to take their driving test and need more time to practice they can change the date for free by visiting GOV.UK. If your pupils are unable to find a test slot at their chosen test centre, they should look further afield as they should be prepared to drive in areas they are unfamiliar with. Further information • theory tests • driving tests • instructor guidance 

Will Autonomous Cars Take People Back To School?

Will Autonomous Cars Take People Back To School?

Motorists may need further training before they can get behind the wheels of semi-autonomous cars, according to the latest research. A study by the University of Nottingham found that drivers using Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) needed to be taught how to hand over control from the vehicle to the human. Semi-autonomous systems include lane keeping technology and sensors used to detect and prevent imminent collisions, but both of these require drivers to maintain control of the vehicle. Although some cars feature driverless technology, fully driverless cars that don’t require human control aren’t expected on UK roads for many years. In an experiment where drivers were split into two groups – one trained to understand their responsibilities in an autonomous car, the other given an operating manual – the former fared better in safety tests. Analysis found that 90% of the group given training spotted a potential hazard when controls were handed over from the car to the driver. The better prepared group were also more likely to check their mirrors when manually controlling the car.

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Lessons Suspended again By Another Government Lockdown!

Lessons Suspended again By Another Government Lockdown!

After already cancelling Theory and Practical tests in England from the 5th November to at least 2nd December 2020, all ADI lessons are also suspended. 

Lessons Suspended on 2nd Lockdown 5th November 2020

Lessons Suspended on 2nd Lockdown 5th November 2020

Would You Put Your Dog In Your Oven This Summer....? READ ON!

Would You Put Your Dog In Your Oven This Summer....? READ ON!

More than 600 emergency calls have been made to the RSPCA to help dogs who are struggling in the heatwave.

Despite repeated pleas, people are still leaving their dogs in cars with 167 calls on Monday alone.

Even leaving a window open does little to help with temperatures in cars rising incredibly quickly. But there are things that you can do to help. 

What the RSPCA advises Never leave your dog alone in a car on a warm day. If you see a dog in distress in a hot car, dial 999. Many people still believe that it’s okay to leave a dog in a car on a warm day if the windows are left open or they’re parked in the shade, but the truth is, it’s still a very dangerous situation for the dog. A car can become as hot as an oven very quickly, even when it doesn’t feel that warm. When it’s 22°C, in a car it can reach an unbearable 47°C within the hour. What to do if you see a dog in a car on a warm day In an emergency, we may not be able to attend quickly enough, and with no powers of entry, we’d need police assistance at such an incident. Don’t be afraid to dial 999, the police will inform us if animal welfare assistance is required. Help a dog in a hot car Establish the animal’s health and condition. If they’re displaying any signs of heatstroke dial 999 immediately. If the situation becomes critical for the dog and the police are too far away or unable to attend, many people’s instinct will be to break into the car to free the dog. If you decide to do this, please be aware that without proper justification, this could be classed as criminal damage and, potentially, you may need to defend your actions in court. Make sure you tell the police what you intend to do and why. Take pictures or videos of the dog and the names and numbers of witnesses to the incident. The law states that you have a lawful excuse to commit damage if you believe that the owner of the property that you damage would consent to the damage if they knew the circumstances (section 5(2)(a) Criminal Damage Act 1971). Once removed, if the dog is displaying signs of heatstroke, follow our emergency first aid advice. This could mean the difference between life and death for the dog. Temperature chart showing how hot cars can get inside on a hot day If the dog isn’t displaying symptoms of heatstroke Establish how long the dog has been in the car. A ‘pay and display’ ticket could help. Make a note of the car’s registration. If the owner returns, but you still feel the situation was dangerous for the dog, you may still report the incident to the police. If you’re at a shop, venue or event ask the staff to make an announcement to alert the owner of the situation. If possible, get someone to stay with the dog to monitor their condition. If they begin to display signs of distress or heatstroke, be prepared to dial 999. You can also call our 24-hour cruelty line for advice on 0300 1234 999. However, if the dog’s in danger, dialing 999 should always be the first step. 

Traffic And Lorry Overtaking 4 Year Old

Watch this video showing a 4 year old riding on the back of a Trailer bike with her parent. If you want to be sure of overtaking with confidence, precision & courtesy, get in touch and I'll be happy to help!

About JaseDrive.

About JaseDrive.

Learning to drive is achieved best by working together as a team, Working towards the same goal and enjoying the experience.

I use the latest proven training and visual learning techniques to quickly develop all the skills you will need on your road ahead to pass your driving test.

I will also help you to understand the methodology why you are doing something in a particular way and the reasoning behind it. After all, how can you be expected to do something confidently and with conviction if you don't fully understand the reason why?

Everybody learns differently, but by working as a team, we'll soon discover your best learning methods to take you on your journey. Learning lifetime skills that will stay with you for all of your driving years to come.Using the latest visual learning techniques, you will soon be on your way!

My Ethos is not for you just to pass your test. But to work together and help you excel as an accomplished, safe and confident driver. Everything will be done at your pace, building your confidence and ability. From our very 1st session, we will agree what our responsibilities and roles will be for that period. These can and will change as the lesson develops, but always on agreement. This will help you to take on responsibility at the earliest stage, when you are ready, giving confidence and helping you to develop as quickly as possible.

You should enjoy the experience and have fun learning! The sooner you feel confident in your growing knowledge and road-craft, the quicker you will develop your new skills and be well on your way to becoming a good, confident and safe driver.

WHAT YOU GET: I am a professional dedicated, helpful, friendly, enthusiastic and empathetic driving trainer. I remember that I was sat in the same seat as you,.With all of the same feelings of, nervousness, apprehension and excitement when I 1st started learning to drive. I will be there with you to help and support you throughout your entire driver training from whatever stage you are at. My goal is for you to pass all of your driving tests with solid confident scores and enjoy doing it. I will provide you mobile phone apps' to help you with your revision practice, such as Hazard Perception, Road signs, Theory Practice and Highway Code.

I may also send you certain aspects of some lessons, where you may need to think about that aspect, before the next lesson. (this will help to give us more time on the next session, so we don't have to re-track from the beginning on a certain subject, for example). Yes, there may be some homework sometimes if its needed! You will also have your own personal progress logs to keep with you and help keep you motivated and for when you do any private practice. Using all of the above and working together as a team, will save you time and money in the long term, whilst progressing you through your driving experience as quickly as you confidently can.

Its important to remember, The more you put in to your driving from the very beginning, the more you will benefit and progress. Please contact me for any information and enquiries.

I hope to work with you soon. All the best and good luck!

Jase.