Driving Test Booked but No Instructor
Do you have a driving test booked and no Instructor I CAN HELP?
Now Driving Instructors around the country are being snowed under with people wanting to take their Driving test as possible. The problem is that we do not have enough time in the day for instructors to help everyone wanting our help.
As a responsible instructor, we want our students to have the best chance of passing first time as possible. This means the student will need several lessons to make up for the time they will have had without instruction.
Do you have a Driving Test Booked but No Instructor?
I realise that many people will have special reasons for needing to pass their test as soon as possible. So, I am offering some FREE HELP to give them some of the information they might be will looking for.
A link to Gov.uk explaining the rules about using a non-driving instructor car for the test
An explanation as to how the Driving Test is being marked by the Examiner
A link to download a copy of the Highway Code.
This website has an Online Training Course for Learner Drivers
All topics will have Notes Pictures and Videos designed to help you work with a driving instructor.
As you have a Driving Test Booked but No Instructor the course will act as a set of revision notes. I hope you join the course to help you get ready to pass your driving test
What happens on the day of your Test
As you are likely to have read when you turn up to the test using your car. There are several things you will need to be sure you have done or brought with you
The car might need to have special insurance to take your driving test. Some insurance companies will insure you to drive with a supervisor. However, taking the test could be different because the examiner is not a supervisor but primarily an assessor. I would check with your insurance company just in case.
When you turn up on the day of the test unless you have a valid International Driving License. You’ll need a supervising person with you to the test and with you if you, unfortunately, fail the test.
They should be over 21 years old with a valid license for the class of vehicle you are driving. (not an Automatic license for a Manual Car) They will need to have had the license for at least 3 years in this or a European country
The car must have visible L plates on the front and back of the car that can be seen by other drivers.
There should be a second windscreen mirror for the examiner to use (Don’t worry too much if you cant get one most examiner will have a spare mirror in the test centre)
The Car must be legally fit to drive. That is to say with a valid MOT if necessary and all attachments and lights working,