Advanced & Defensive Driving Courses Hertfordshire

We make high-quality, bespoke driver training convenient and easily accessible for our customers in Hertfordshire. 

With a focus on exceptional quality, we provide a personal, one-to-one service supported by a talented team of professionals who love what they do. For driver training, we take the time to handpick the best tutors to ensure our customers receive the best training possible. Our flexibility means we can tailor a driving course to a customer’s specific needs.

We provide advanced driving courses in all areas of Hertfordshire using a team of local advanced driving tutors.

Our advanced driving courses in Hertfordshire are designed for drivers of all ages and abilities for both business and private clients. 

We cover Hertfordshire + All of the UK – We come to you for the training:

  • For Companies: We offer a range of driving courses for businesses:
    a. Advanced/Defensive Courses – Multiple Drivers – More Info
    b. Advanced/Defensive Courses – Single Driver – More Info
    c. Advised by Employer to do a Course – More Info
    d. Van Driver Training – More Info
    d. Online Risk Assessment (meet Dora!) – More Info

  • For Private Individuals: We offer courses for those that wish to improve their driving for a range of reasons:
    a. General Advanced/Defensive Driving Course – More Info
    b. Pending Speeding Conviction – More Info
    c. Advised by Solicitor/Insurance Company – More Info
    d. Nervous Driver/Driving Phobia – More Info
    e. High-Performance Car Owner – More Info
    f. Young/Inexperienced Driver – More Info

We already have a range of businesses and private clients located in Hertfordshire, where we provide advanced driver training for.

Training routes in Hertfordshire include:

  • Motorways – Including M11, M25
  • A Roads including A10, A121, A119
  • And other roads depending on location within Hertfordshire

We have a number of course options designed to cater for drivers of all levels and experience:

  • 1 x 3.5hr session – Ideal for a spring clean of your driving or if you are training a number of drivers back to back
  • 2 x 3.5hr sessions – Ideal for those that want more in-depth training but want this over two sessions
  • 1 x 7hr session – For those that want a single intensive session. Ideal for businesses with one driver who needs specific help or someone who would have a course compacted into one day
  • 3,4 or 5 x 3.5hr sessions – Designed for those that want the most detailed one-to-one training possible, which can be taken at intervals convenient to them

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

For all our bespoke driving courses in Hertfordshire, we provide training on a range of roads and different areas, which can include:

Motorway training – There are many motorways across Hertfordshire, especially the M1 from London and the M25 north orbital. As Hertfordshire is very close to London, there are thousands of commuters daily, and driving confidently and calmly on motorways is essential. The A1 motorway running north to the south of Hertfordshire is an ideal place to take motorway training, and we can create a course that will take in many motorway routes. Although motorways are the safest route of travel statistically, the sheer amount of traffic can be daunting. Quite often, especially during rush hours, it can be slow-moving, which can be very frustrating. It is not always speed that can cause accidents on a motorway. It can be a lack of awareness, boredom or time-poor drivers trying to rush through lane traffic. Knowing when to move lanes for your chosen exit is essential when caught up in traffic queues, as you can quite easily miss your junction if other drivers are boxing you in.

Rural Roads – The further out from London, the more rural roads will be found. Between Luton and Knebworth, you will find routes that, although quaint, can be pretty treacherous in certain conditions, such as the Kimpton Road and the B656 towards Welwyn. It is a fact that most accidents in rural settings are with young drivers and those not local to the area, so it is vital that you know how to navigate rural roads. Some are often single-track and within a farming community. Rural roads have much less lighting unless you enter a village and hardly any speed signs. By learning how to read road furniture – lines and signs – you will be much better aware and more able to anticipate other possible road users and navigate such roads more confidently.

Urban Training – Larger towns throughout Hertfordshire are full of busy and often confusing urban routes. From re-routing traffic from the town centres to new retail parks, there are many new areas to navigate. If you are unfamiliar with driving in urban environments, then you may find rush hour traffic, the number of pedestrians and cyclists you need to be aware of, as well as trying to avoid busses and lorries, very frustrating, and this can knock confidence. The A411 ring road in Watford can be hectic, much like the other inner city ring roads throughout Hertfordshire, and we can create a course that will help with many urban driving issues. Understanding how better forward planning and awareness when town driving is a skill that can be taught very easily and can improve your overall driving abilities significantly.

Bespoke Training Around You:

Our bespoke training is what separates us from other training providers. The thought of a rigid tick box, one size fits all driving course fills us with dread. They’re uninspiring, boring and rarely get the most from a driver. So when we talk about “bespoke training”, what do we actually mean?

We look at training the same way we look at our customers, whether business or private; each one is unique. Every driver is different with regard to driving, based on both internal and external elements. Internal elements are things such as personality type, attitudes, and concentration. External elements are things such as years of driving experience, mileage covered, positive and negative experiences etc. 


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.


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Contact us today to learn more about our courses and how we can help you.