TERMS & CONDITIONS.
These Terms and Conditions are an important part of your driving tuition.
1. Be fit to drive: It is the responsibility of you, the pupil, to be fit to drive. You should ensure that you are free from alcohol and the use of either prescribed or non-
2. Lesson payments must be made at or before the beginning of each lesson, and can be made by cash, cheque or PayPal. Any unpaid cheques will be subject to an administration fee of £10.00. Block bookings must be paid for in full on the first lesson of that block. Refunds will only be made in exceptional circumstances.
If you suspend taking any pre-
3. Cancellation: 48 hours (2 days) notice is required to cancel any driving lesson. If less than 48 hours (2 days) notice is given, half the lesson fee must be paid. If less than 24 hours (1 day) notice is given, the full lesson fee must be paid. If you suspend taking your driving lessons within a block of pre paid lessons for a period of 12 weeks or more, then any remaining lessons will be forfeited.
The Wright Driving School cannot be held responsible for any mechanical or electrical failure which may cause the prevention or termination of a lesson or driving test. If the weather is too severe to take a lesson your instructor can re-
4. Lessons: Your driving lesson will be on a one to one basis. If you would like a parent or friend to come along on your lesson then that can be arranged. You will always receive the full lesson time you have paid for. We will be happy to start and finish your lesson from different locations, providing these are agreed in advance, and that both are within the areas that your instructor covers.
5. Penalties: Whenever you are driving in the school vehicle, you will be under close supervision. However, we cannot be held responsible for any infringement of the law. Any fines that are incurred will be the responsibility of the driver.
6. Practical tests: Your instructor will make every effort to help you reach a good standard of driving that will enable you to pass your driving test, and you must try to maintain regular lessons leading up to your test otherwise your test date might have to be moved back to give you more time to prepare. The only way to pass the driving test is to be properly prepared. In the interest of road safety we reserve the right to withdraw the use of our cars for tests without prior notice, should you prove to be unsafe and not up to test standard.
7. Damage to our Cars: During lessons, you instructor will make every effort to avoid damage to the car. However, if he/she consider that you were driving in a dangerous or unpredictable way during a lesson and actual damage is caused despite best efforts made, you will be expected to pay half towards repairs (up to the level of excess on the instructor’s insurance policy). This will be discussed at the time of the damage. In addition, during driving tests, the examiner will not prevent you, the candidate from hitting the kerb or causing other similar minor damage to the car. Therefore, all damage caused by you whilst on test will be charged to you (up to the level of excess on the instructor’s insurance policy).
8. Punctuality: Your instructor will contact you if they are going to be later than 5 minutes for your driving lesson. The time lost will be added to the end of the lesson if possible, or added to another lesson at a later date. If you are late for your lesson, then that time will be lost.
9. Communications: To ensure that communication channels are in place, please ensure that I am aware of your current mobile and landline numbers.
10. Holidays and Availability: Your instructor will give you notice of holidays or days where they are unavailable. Please ensure that you do likewise. Please be sure to book your first lesson after your holiday or break in tuition, to retain your place on the diary and to maintain progress.
11. Code of Practice: Your instructor will abide by the Voluntary Code of Practice which has been agreed between DVSA and the main bodies representing Approved Driving Instructors.
12. Complaints by clients should be made in the first instance to your instructor or The Wright Driving School. Failing agreement or settlement of a dispute, reference may be made to DVSA’s Registrar of Approved Driving Instructors who will consider the matter and advise accordingly. Should the Registrar not be able to settle the dispute he or she may set up a panel, with representatives from the ADI industry, to consider the matter further or advise that the matter should be referred to the courts or other statutory body to be determined.
By taking driving lessons with ‘The Wright Driving School’ it is accepted that you have read and agree to these terms and conditions.