We have over 200 DVSA Fleet Registered tutors across the UK.
We cover Scotland + All of the UK – We come to you for the training:
We provide bespoke advanced/defensive driver training to companies and private individuals, using our national network of DVSA registered advanced driving instructors.
Our Advanced Driving Courses in Scotland:
Due to the vast expanse of Scotland, and the relatively large area of unpopulated locations, driver training tends to be focused around the more populated towns and cities including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness.
Our driver training in Scotland is very similar to our driver training across all areas of the UK. However, depending on your location it may not always be possible (or required) toundertake advanced driver training on a motorway. Should you require training in more southern areas of Scotland, motorway training can be done on a range of motorways such as the M77 M74, M898, M9 etc…
Should you be located more north, we have the A9, which can provide some great faster road training. However, the vast majority of driver training takes place on a range of roads, including town driving and rural roads.
Rural roads are where most accidents occur, so it makes sense to focus training on these more hazardous roads.
What We Teach:
We cover a range of advanced driving techniques, including:
1. Forward planning and observation
2. Car control
3. Speed awareness
4. Rules of the road
5. Anticipation and defensive techniques
6. Dealing with adverse weather
7. How to defuse road rage
8. Psychological elements of driving
9. How to identify driver fatigue
10. Skid control
How safe are your company car drivers on Scottish roads?
We have currently provided advanced driver training for a number of companies based in Scotland. As with all our courses, a training session can start from your office, or should you wish, a mutually convenient location for our tutor and driver.
Training can be done on a 1:1 or 2:1 basis. Around 90% of our clients opt for the 2:1 format, due to time and cost savings. The 2:1 format is simply where one driver goes out with one tutor for 3.5 hours in the morning, and another for the same time period in the afternoon.