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Free Driving Lesson or Advance Driver Assessment with The Telegraph

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Provisional licence holders and those intending to obtain one by the end of July 2010 can claim a one-hour driving lesson, absolutely free. Plus, if you would like to book additional lessons following… Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Provisional licence holders and those intending to obtain one by the end of July 2010 can claim a one-hour driving lesson, absolutely free. Plus, if you would like to book additional lessons following your free lesson, you could receive a discount of up to 15 per cent.

Alternatively, if you already hold a valid UK driving licence, you can take a free one-hour DriveCheck assessment. It lasts one hour, comprising an initial introduction and a 35-40 minute drive in your own car with a voluntary group observer, followed by a feedback session. See How to claim for details.

You can take your free lesson or DriveCheck assessment any time between now and August 31, 2010.


How to claim

Phone: Call 020 8144 1499 to claim your free driving lesson or advanced driving assessment. Lines are open 8am to 8pm daily, including weekends. Standard network charge applied when calling from a UK mobile or landline.

Online: To book your free driving lesson, visit: http://www.PROdriving.co.uk and click on learner or advanced.

Lessons must be booked by July 31, 2010 for lessons on or before August 31, 2010. Only one free lesson per reader.


Terms and conditions:

1. Details on this page form part of the terms and conditions. 2. To qualify for the free driving lesson offer you need to have a provisional driving licence at the time of your free one-hour lesson. You must not be currently undertaking professional driving instruction with an Approved Driving Instructor. 3. To qualify for the free DriveCheck assessment you need to have a full, valid UK driving licence, held for at least three months. In addition, your eyesight must meet the minimum legal requirement, you must have a roadworthy car for the assessment, and a current, valid vehicle excise licence and a current insurance certificate and test certificate if appropriate (offer not available to existing IAM members). 4. Free driving lesson/DriveCheck assessment must be booked before 31 July, 2010 and taken on or before August 31, 2010. 5. One free lesson per reader. Promoter Telegraph Media Group, 111 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0DT.
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#1
Thanks
#2
thanks as i was think of going for lesons so this will be a start.
but can you choose auto or manaul??
#3
Good - stuff, I was just about to start looking around for an instructor .... haven't been behind the wheel for 15 years and was about to start learning again ....... be careful Birmingham!!!
#4
I'm looking for some driving lessons and have been looking around for good local instructors,
I'm not really impressed at one free lesson from an un-named driving school and 'maybe' a discount?
Their insistence that you have not had any professional instruction seems they are looking for driving virgins to milk for a lot more lessons. Their reasoning is feeble too - we won't give you a free lesson for an hour if you are already under instruction in case you go back to an unfamiliar car.

Having said that, I signed up for one free lesson and wil vote hot if they deliver! So thanks for posting!
#5
thedrisback
thanks as i was think of going for lesons so this will be a start.
but can you choose auto or manaul??


Don't know, sorry
#6
thedrisback
thanks as i was think of going for lesons so this will be a start.
but can you choose auto or manaul??


The website states: "The FREE one-hour lesson will be with a fully qualified Approved Driving Instructor in a manual gearbox car. If you want to drive a car with an automatic gearbox, please state this in the EXTRA INFO box at the foot of the application form and we'll do our best to accommodate you."

Incidentally if, like me, you must use an automatic due to disability, the company is obliged to make reasonable adjustment to provide you with an automatic.
#7
yeah i am not 100% sure what is the name of the driving school, does anyone know ??
#8
Anyone been on this? Whats the advanced training assessment like? Worth it? You are assessed in your own car though...:thinking:

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