Safe Driving For Life

The Driving Standards Agency(D.S.A.) is one of the executive agencies that forms the motoring and freight services groups within the Department for Transport (DfT).

They are a trading fund with planned turnover of £190 million in 2009/10,fully funded by fees and revenue from other road safety initiatives.

They are a National organisation delivering test from over 400 driving test centres and 140 theory test centres.

They have statutory responability for setting standards and conducting theory and practical driving tests.They are also responsible for:

> the statutory regulation of driving instructors and trainers

> the promotion of voluntary registers and non-statutory activities to improve driving standards


About Pass Plus

The Pass Plus scheme is an established training course aimed at new drivers.It was designed by the Driving Standards Agency(D.S.A.) with the help from Insurers and the Driving Instruction Industry.

Statistics show that new drivers are more likely to have a accident in the first two years of passing their test, due to the lack of driving experience.

Pass Plus builds your skills and knowledge.It will teach you how to anticipate, plan for and deal with all kinds of hazards, to help you become a more confident driver.

The course consists of six modules about driving in different conditions:

> in town

> in all weather conditions

> on rural roads

> at night

> on dual carriageways

> on motorways

Institute of Advanced Motorists

The Institute of Advanced Motorists is one of the UKs leading road safety charities, they are dedicated to increasing skills for all road users, raising driving and riding standards and helping to save lifes on our roads.Becoming part of IAM is a great way to enhance your driving and riding skills in a safe, enjoyable and educational enviroment.

Brake the Road Safety Charity

Brake is a registered charity with two aims:

Stopping the carnage of people being killed and maimed on roads and the high levels of carbon dioxide emissions caused by road vehicles that is contributing to the destruction of our planet.

Caring for victims whose lives have been devastated by the death of a loved one or a serious injury in the family following a road accident or other similar sudden disaster  must be given the chance to recover with good levels of emotional support and practical help. It is common for victims of road accidents to be the forgotten victims, with very little help provided by governments.


Supporting Driving Instructors throughout the UK

The ADI Federation offers a unique and very individual support, help and advice service.They work in close harmony with the D.S.A. to help overcome issues, concerns and problems relating to the everyday working environment of the A.D.I.

DVLA Driver and Vehicle licence Agency

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