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ARE THERE ANY OTHER COSTS I NEED TO PLAN FOR?
Other costs can be found on the GOV.UK link provided
WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF I FAIL ONE OF THE THREE TESTS?
We provide all the support we think you may require to ensure you pass your test at the first time. The part one test can be taken as many times as you like (except in Northern Ireland, where you have three attempts), and you have three attempts each at parts two and three (DSA test fees apply). If you do not pass the examination at the third attempt, as per the DSA regulations, you will have to wait two years from the date you passed part one before you can resit any examinations.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR?
It is hard to predict how long it will take you to complete your training and qualify you to become an instructor. Factor to consider may include the amount of time and effort you put in. Other factors to consider may also include the availability of test dates and also the approval of your DBS checks.
WHAT EXPERIENCE DO I NEED TO BECOME A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR?
By law, it is required that anyone wishing to train as a driving instructor has no more than six penalty points on their licence, has held a valid full UK licence for at least two and half years, be at least 20.5 years old and meet all legal, physical and medical requirements.
WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF POINTS I CAN HAVE ON MY LICENCE?
To qualify to be a driving instructor, you must have no more than six penalty points on your licence.