Terms & Conditions
These terms and conditions are an important part of your driving tuition so please read them carefully.
Tuition is only available if you meet the following criteria:
- You must be aged 17 or over.
- You must hold a current and valid UK provisional or full driving licence
- You must be legally entitled to drive in the UK. If any changes to your driving licence occur, due to medical conditions or driving convictions, you must let the instructor know immediately.
- You must not be taking any prescribed drugs or medication that could affect your driving.
- You must wear appropriate glasses or contact lenses for road safety purposes.
- You must wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
All payments must be paid at the beginning of each lesson, and can be by cash or cheque. Block bookings must be paid for in full on the first lesson of that block. Refunds are only made in exceptional circumstances.
If you need to cancel or re-arrange a lesson at least 48 hours notice will be required regardless of lesson length. Failure to give notice will result in the lesson fee still being payable.
Your instructor will do everything possible to ensure that your lessons start and finish on time, but reserves the right to cancel, postpone or change lesson lengths and start/finish times under certain circumstances (e.g. dangerous weather conditions). The instructor also reserves the right to cancel a lesson at short notice if it is suspected that you may be unfit due to alcohol, drugs (prescribed or otherwise) or any other condition that would cause driving to be dangerous or illegal. In such circumstances the lesson fee will still be payable.
Your driving lesson will be on a one to one basis. Your instructor will endeavour to maintain regular lesson slots to ensure continuity of learning however this cannot be guaranteed. The minimum lesson period is one hour, but if for any reason the instructor is late they will make a concerted effort to inform you of the estimated time of arrival. If the delay is greater than 15 minutes the lesson will be extended by the time due. However if this is not possible the extra time will be carried forward to the next suitable lesson.
All sessions will start and finish at the same location unless alternative arrangements are made in advance. The instructor will determine the location for practical lessons which ensures both you and the public safety.
Training vehicle is provided by the instructor and is road-worthy and fitted with dual controls. Your own vehicle cannot be used. The instructor will make every effort to avoid damage to the car. However if damage occurs despite best efforts made, you will be expected to pay half towards repairs (up to the level of excess on the instructor’s insurance policy).
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