Drivers are more likely to have a collision within the first year of passing their test.
-20 year old drivers are about seven times more likely to be involved in a collision resulting in death or injury than drivers over 40.
New drivers make up 10% of licence holders. But are involved in 29% of accidents. Drivers under 21 are involved in 15% of collision deaths.
The instructor should at all times, to the best of his or her ability, endeavour to teach the pupil correct driving skills according to DSA’s recommended syllabus.
Once you have passed your test you are ready for Pass Plus. The course that will help you become an even better driver and reduce your insurance costs by up to 30%.
Pass Plus consists of six specially designed training sessions to improve your driving skills. They include driving:
- In town.
- On country Roads.
- At night.
- On dual carriageways
- On motorways.
- All weather