To take on-road lessons, it is your responsibility to ensure that you have the required licence to drive under the tuition of an Instructor. In the UK, to take driving lessons in a motor vehicle, you must be at least 17 years old (unless you are disabled, in which case you must be at least 16 years old) and hold a valid provisional driving licence. You will be asked by your Instructor to show your provisional driving licence at your first lesson.
The Instructor shall provide you with driving tuition at the rate per lesson communicated to you from time to time. For details of current prices, please refer to our courses listing. Most lessons are scheduled to last an hour.
If you are taking on-road lessons, and your normal Instructor is unavailable for any reason, the Instructor has the right to arrange for another Instructor to provide some, or all of your on-road driving tuition.
If your Instructor cannot arrange for an alternative Instructor to take your driving lesson, or in the event of mechanical breakdown of the vehicle in which you have been learning to drive, or for any other reason, the Instructor reserves the right to rearrange a driving lesson to a time convenient to both you and the Instructor.
If you are taking on-road lessons, your Instructor will carry the appropriate motor insurance should you cause an accident as a learner whilst driving the Instructor’s tuition vehicle, whether you are accompanied by an Instructor or a Driving Standards Agency Examiner.