Bespoke Advanced & Defensive Driving Courses Chichester

We have a number of highly qualified advanced driving tutors located in and around Chichester, who can provide an advanced & defensive driving course for both private clients and business clients. 

We cover this location + All of the UK – We come to you for the training.

We have a range of course designed to help drivers of all ages, experience and budgets

1 x 3.5hr course – Designed for companies training drivers back to back, or if a private client wants a short session, with a view to a longer course, or just to have a taster to our courses

2 x 3.5hr sessions -If you don’t want a 7hr session but more than a 3.5hr session, this course is great – lots of learning can take place on these courses, which are suited to drivers who need time to reflect after a course. Also ideal if a driver gets tired quickly or who simply don’t want a 7hr session

1 x 7hr session – This is an intensive session, and great for those that want to get a course completed in one day. Ideal if you are pushed for time.

3,4 or 5 x 3.5hr sessions – These courses are for those, mostly private customers that want a more in-depth, longer term training plan.


Our advanced courses are designed to help a driver:

* Become safer and more observant
* Have a better appreciation of potential dangers
* Develop a better understanding of why accidents occur
* Have improved car control
* Gain an insight into the psychology of driving
* Develop advanced forward planning and anticipation
* Adopt a more proactive, positive approach to driving

Remember – We build all our driving courses from scratch, and are built around your specific needs. This applies to both business and private customers, all over the UK.


scrne-1Our courses are split into three road types:

Motorway – Courses from Chichester include a motorway element.

We use the A3(M) heading north sometimes up to the M25 where we focus on the unique nature of motorways, how to keep a safe distance, effective observing, how to enter and exit these roads safely, and how to generally improve a drivers safety level on these roads. Motorways are the safest types of roads. However, they are busy and do require special attention. Motorways, despite being safe are also the most feared types of roads to drive on. 

Rural roads – Being in a relatively rural area Chichester has a vast network of rural roads where we can provide training. We often head out on a range of A/B and sometimes unclassified roads past Boxgrove, towards Arundel.

Sometimes we head North-East past the famous Goodwood and continue in this direction, where we can pick up the M25 before heading back down, which combines the motorway element to the training. Rural road training specifically looks at car control and how to stay safe on these often dangerous roads. 

Urban training – We always ensure urban training is included in our courses. This helps drivers gain a better understanding of driving in busy, built-up areas. Cyclists, dense traffic and slow speeds is often frustrating. We help driver gain a safer, fresh perspective on these roads. In the centre of Chichester, we drive on Orchard Street, Market Road, Avenue De Chartres and many more. If the traffic is too bad in the centre we will head to more suburban areas such as Portfield, Stockbridge or similar…


“As part of my job, I needed to do a lot more motorway driving. I hated motorways! My training gave me the confidence to tackle them, and I now no longer dread them”

Ms A. Jennings, London


During a session we typically look at:

* Forward planning and observation
* Speed awareness
* Developing a positive attitude towards safer driving
* How to become a safer driver on all roads
* Car or van control (gears, steering, foot controls, signals)
* Rules of the road
* Dealing with road rage
* Reversing and manoeuvres
* Dealing with adverse weather
* Town and urban defensive driving
* Driving in heavy traffic and allowing adequate space
* Skid control theory and learning what causes skids
* Eco-safe driving (effective use of speed, gears, planning)
* Anticipation – Learning to see and not just look
* Understanding other road users and their intentions


How we score a driver:

We score a driver in over 20 areas of driving both before and after a course, from Excellent to Poor, so you can see the areas of improvement, in what areas, along with handwritten notes from the tutor. Each driver taking the training will also be graded an overall road risk from low to high. 


Please contact us via the web form on the upper right. We can then help you and listen to your specific needs. If you are ready to book, great! You can do this online at  where you can select a wide range of courses, for both private and business clients.