If you are paying someone to teach you to drive, they must be approved and registered with the Driving Standards Agency (DSA).
Only a registered approved driving instructor (ADI) can charge money for teaching you to drive.
Recent surveys indicate that nine in ten learners who passed both theory and practical tests first time were taught by an instructor.
A fully qualified approved driving instructor (ADI) must display a green certificate on the windscreen of the car while teaching you.
Some trainee driving instructors are granted a licence so they can gain experience before their qualifying examination. In this case, the trainee driving instructor must display a pink certificate on the windscreen.
DSA is responsible for maintaining and checking the standards of all approved driving instructors (ADI), who to qualify must:
You should take advice from your ADI on:
DSA, as a government agency, is not allowed to recommend an instructor. We suggest that you ask friends and relatives to recommend someone they know. You could also look in a local business directory for ADIs in your area. Try and choose an instructor who:
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