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since 1992
David Shackleton School of Motoring

Pass Plus - Save Money!

The pass plus driving scheme are for those who have passed their test, it includes has 6 modules (detailed below - click on each module for the topics covered) for the purpose of making you a safer driver and resultantly a cheaper insurance rating.

The average driver only requires 6 additional hours of lessons to earn this accreditation.

Driving Around a Town

  1. Observation, judgement and awareness
  2. Eye contact
  3. Consideration of venerable road users
  4. Showing caution
  5. Keeping space around your car

All Weather Driving

  1. Rain
  2. Sleet, snow and ice
  3. Mist and fog
  4. Bright sunshine
  5. What causes skids and how to prevent them
  6. Correcting slow-speed skids
  7. Braking on poor surfaces
  8. Aquaplaning

Driving in the
Countryside

  1. Observing the road ahead
  2. Making progress safely
  3. Bends, hills, uneven roads and dead ground
  4. Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle ahead
  5. Safe overtaking
  6. Improving awareness of pedestrians, horse riders, animals, farm entrances and slow moving vehicles

Driving at Night

  1. Using headlights correctly
  2. Adjusting to dark conditions
  3. Judging speed and distance
  4. Correct use of lights and keeping them clean
  5. Dealing with dazzle
  6. Hard-to-see road users
  7. Parking issues

Driving on Dual
Carriageways

  1. Effective observation, mirror use and blind spots
  2. Judgement and planning ahead
  3. Separation distances
  4. Joining and leaving a dual carridgeway
  5. Overtaking and lane discipline
  6. The correct use of speed

Driving on Motorways

  1. Journey planning
  2. Joining and leaving a motorway using slip roads
  3. Safe speeds in different circumstances
  4. Effective Observation
  5. Sgns, signals and markings
  6. Overtaking and lane discipline
  7. Courtesy to other road users
  8. Motorway fatigue
  9. Breakdown procedures
  10. Use of lights, including hazard warning lights
  11. Debris on the carriageway
  12. Crosswinds