Free Drive Confident Course from AA.com
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Free Drive Confident Course from AA.com

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Found 31st Jan 2013
Lack confidence with driving, or know someone that does or even need a refresher / updater lesson.

AA instructors are back on Channel 5's Dangerous Drivers' School tackling some of the UK's most problematic drivers.

See if you qualify to receive a free course

Choose the link below to find out if you're eligible to take one of our free Drive Confident courses.

To apply for a free Drive Confident course, just fill in this form. We'll assess your details to see if you meet the criteria for the training (see the terms and conditions below). If you're successful, we'll phone you to arrange your lessons. Choose a time convenient to you, either in your own car or in an AA tuition car. You won't need to sit a test at the end of the sessions, this is simply about helping you become a more confident driver

Deal Button takes you to the application form
theaa.com/dri….do

Click below for the program / show web page
theaa.com/dri…tml
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I have recently passed but as I am female and under 25 I cannot afford insurance.

I think AA have been doing this kind of free course (or variations) for a while. I plan on doing one once I can afford to drive. Obvisously I would be a safer driver if I continually drove since passing my test, but try telling the insurers that.
Edited by: "ziggycj" 31st Jan 2013
thanks for the post OP.
just to check, you aren't recorded whilst doing the 2 hours are you (i.e. it isn't used for that programme) right?
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bargain-nut

thanks for the post OP. just to check, you aren't recorded whilst doing … thanks for the post OP. just to check, you aren't recorded whilst doing the 2 hours are you (i.e. it isn't used for that programme) right?



There is nothing in the terms and conditions about any recording, it seems to be purely to improve the nation's driving
simplyjimbo

There is nothing in the terms and conditions about any recording, it … There is nothing in the terms and conditions about any recording, it seems to be purely to improve the nation's driving



Good stuff, just wanted to check I didn't misread lol.

seems to say a lot of how bad the test is to get your license,that they you think you need to improve your skills

ziggycj

I have recently passed but as I am female and under 25 I cannot afford … I have recently passed but as I am female and under 25 I cannot afford insurance.I think AA have been doing this kind of free course (or variations) for a while. I plan on doing one once I can afford to drive. Obvisously I would be a safer driver if I continually drove since passing my test, but try telling the insurers that.

seems to say a lot of how bad the test is to get your license,that you think you need to improve your skills
Hi - I'm a new driver, and don't feel confident. How does this free AA course work? What is planned for those hours?
Do they choose the route?

Thank you!
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newdriver

Hi - I'm a new driver, and don't feel confident. How does this free AA … Hi - I'm a new driver, and don't feel confident. How does this free AA course work? What is planned for those hours? Do they choose the route?Thank you!




Click here theaa.com/dri….do and you see what is involved, you get either 1 x two hour lesson or 2 x one hour lessons. It is only open to 2000 applicants who need to improve or refresh their driving skills.

The driver no doubt will choose the route and cover the topics / driving areas you state on the application form
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 20th Feb 2013
just had my second hour of this. it was good - had some practise on the motorway and went round lots of big scary roundabouts. only cried once! highly recommend, professional instruction, dual controls, very pleased
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