- The instructor will make his/her services as an instructor available to the pupil for the sole purpose of giving the pupil driving tuition at the rate per lesson for the pre-arranged time agreed.
- In the event the pupil fails to give the instructor a minimum of two full working day’s (48 hours) notice cancelling any lesson, the pupil shall be liable for the lesson fee in respect of such lesson.
- The instructor will try to give the pupil as much notice as possible in case the instructor can not attend the lesson. If the instructor is unable to attend for a specific appointment, or in the event of a mechanical breakdown or other cause, the instructor reserves the right to re-arrange the lesson to a time convenient to both parties.
- The instructor will carry motor vehicle insurance covering the pupil whilst driving the tuition vehicle accompanied by an instructor or a Driving Standards Agency examiner.
- The lesson fee will be paid in full at end of, or in advance of, each lesson.
- The student must reach a standard considered safe by their driving instructor before being allowed to take the tuition vehicle on the Driving Test. The decision of the instructor providing the tuition vehicle for the test will be final. This would be in the interest of safety of other road users and the examiners conducting tests on behalf of the DSA (Driving Standards Agency).
- Routes 2 Driving School shall not be liable for any losses incurred be the candidate in the event of a tuition vehicle being refused by the instructor because the candidate is not ready for the practical test.
- The student should ensure that they have the correct documentation for attending the driving test, this includes both parts of your driving licence which is the photo card and the counter part. (If you hold the old style paper licence only, you are able to use your passport). Failure to provide these would result in the Test not being conducted by the DSA. However, payment for the tuition vehicle for test purposes will still be retained by the instructor.
- One hour lesson price is £30 but we do offer discounts for block bookings of 10 or 20 hours.
- The pupil is entitled to a full refund if they are not satisfied with our services for any reason. (In this case the tuition hours already used up will be calculated at the hourly rate of £30 per hour and the remainder shall be refunded to the pupil in full).
- The student should have a valid driving license for the class of vehicle they are learning to drive and they should provide this on the 1st driving lesson to be inspected by the instructor.
- The instructor reserves the right to terminate a lesson in the event of a pupil behaving in the case of abusive or aggressive behaviour but the pupil will still be charged for the respective lesson. In case of block booking the hours used will be charged at the full rate and the balance will be refunded.
- The instructor has the right to refuse tuition in the event the instructor suspects the pupil to be in an unfit state or under the influence of drugs or alcohol but the pupil will still be charged for the lesson.
- The 90 percent pass rate is calculated from test taken between 23rd November 2012 to 28th of February 2013.
- Mr Nirmal (Nim) Orakh, trading as Routes 2 Driving School, can be contacted at 87 Staplehurst, Bracknell, RG12 8DD.
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