To start driving lessons you must have a valid UK provisional driving licence and you must be fit to drive with regard to legal and medical requirements. If you are unsure, contact the DVLA?
Lesson fees should be paid in advance by cash or cheque. Any cheque that is refused by the bank will be subject to an administration fee of £20.00. To obtain the first four lessons for £60.00, you must pay in advance.
The minimum lesson time is 60 minutes. If for any reason the instructor is likely to be late for the lesson, he or she will inform the pupil as soon as possible. The lesson will then be extended where needs be.
When paying for Intensive courses, all payments must be paid fully in advance. Once the course has been paid for, you cannot cancel or re-arrange, upon the agreed terms made prior.
If you cancel or re-arrange a lesson, you must give us at least 48 hours notice. If we are not informed in the time asked, we will charge you for the lesson missed.
Our instructors are punctual and promise to start and finish lessons on time. However, our instructors reserve the right to cancel or re-arrange, postpone, change lesson lengths, and start and finish lesson times under certain circumstances, such as dangerous weather conditions, car broken down.
Training locations will start and finish at the same location unless a different location is pre-arranged. The instructor will endeavour to maintain regular lesson slots at the same time and place, thus optimising the learning process. However, this cannot be guaranteed.
All vehicles are taxed and insured for training tuition purposes, being fully roadworthy and fitted with dual controls. The instructor reserves the right to refuse the use of the school vehicle supplied for the test if he or she considers the pupils driving may cause a threat to public safety.
If a School Vehicle is used for a test there will be a minimum charge of £45.00 depending on distance covered from pick-up point to test centre.
The instructor will ensure that the vehicle is roadworthy and complies with legal requirements for the test, If any faults occur while on the test he or she cannot be held responsible for this occurrence and will not be held liable.
Pupils who would like to take lessons in there own vehicle must bring proof of insurance, which allows them to be supervised by a professional driving instructor in return for payment. The vehicle must also be taxed and have a valid MOT certificate where the car is more than three years old.
Your instructor cannot be held responsible if your test appointment is cancelled due to the DSA’s (Driving Standards Association) decision, bad weather, ill health, staff shortage or any other unforeseen circumstances. Such cancellations are beyond the control of the instructor and therefore the lesson fee and use of the vehicle fee period must be charged.Your instructor will notify you on how you can claim for compensation from the DSA.
Any complaints must be made by notifying the instructor involved. If the matter is not resolved you can contact us at:
Priority Driving School
25 Aldridge Avenue
07525779328 – 0208 204 6804
All complaints will be taken very seriously but must be made within 10 days of occurrence.