Swish Driving School
Swish Driving School

 

07443 606427

 

swishdrivingschool@gmail.com

Terms and conditions

General Conduct

Your instructor will always be courteous, polite, tidy and punctual. He will behave in a professional and ethical manner at all times. Driving school car will be well maintained, clean and tidy and it is a no smoking area.

 

 

Driving License and Eyesight 

You must hold a current valid driving licence which must be produced on or in advance of your first lesson. You must be able to read (with glasses or contact lenses, if necessary) a car number plate made after 1 September 2001 from 20 metres.

 

 

Payments

Direct bank transfer:(This is the preferred method of payment)

The fee for the lesson should be paid into swish driving school bank account.  This should be in the account 3 working days before the lesson (we suggest that you transfer the fee 5 working days before your lesson).  Please text your instructor after the transfer to confirm the payment. If the fee is not received, your instructor is within his right to cancel your lesson without notice.

 

Please note we do not give credits. If you cannot make the payment for the lessons booked then cancel it at least 48 hours before the lesson. 

 

Cash: We prefer direct bank transfer.  However, we accept cash. Payment must be made at the begining of the lesson or the lesson cancelled and pupil will have to pay for the cancelled lesson within 5 days. Please remember we do not carry change so always have the correct fee.

 

Note: prices are reviewed on or after 4 months from the last price change. The last price change was February 2018.

 

 

Cancellation
To keep the cost of the driving school down, please try to give 48 hours notice for the following:-

  • Notice of cancellation or you may be charged.
  • Any changes to the lesson such as changing from 2 hours to 1 hour lesson or you may be charged for the full 2 hours that you have already booked.
  • Any changes to the pick up or drop off area.

 

Please note your instructor rarely may cancel your lesson.  Same thing is expected from all pupils, if lessons are being cancelled on a regular basis your instructor is within his rights to stop your lessons altogether.

 

 

Driving Test 
Driving test should be booked by you after you have checked with your instructor.
Your instructor must be consulted before  changing the driving test date or time. Driving test bookings always take priority over other lessons. Therefore, your lesson may be postponed to allow for someone else's driving test and vice-versa. Changes to lesson bookings as a result of this will be notified immediately. I would ask to be notified immediately if a driving test has been booked as my future lessons have to be booked around it; If sufficient notice is not given the availability of a vehicle for the test can not be guaranteed. 

 

I reserve the right to withhold the use of my car for the test if, in my opinion, your driving is actually or potentially dangerous. 

 

The DVSA requires three clear working days notice of cancellation or postponement of your test. Failure to provide the required notice will result in the loss of your test fee.

 

On the day of your test you will have a warm up driving session before your test and use of the driving school car for your test. The driving test day fee payment must be made to your instructor no later than one week before the day of your test.

 

Please make sure you bring your provisional licence and your theory pass certificate with you on the day of your test.

 

 

Punctuality
Learners are advised to be punctual for lesson appointments. I would normally wait for a maximum of 15 minutes before the full lesson would be abandoned and the lesson fee forfeited or become due for payment. A reciprocal waiting time may become necessary if I am delayed due to unforeseen circumstances. Any lesson time lost as a result of this would be made up by me either at the end of the normal lesson time if possible or at a later date. 


 

Learners Comfort and Safety 
In the interests of comfort and safety, learners are advised to wear suitable footwear.
Legal drugs are prescription or over-the-counter medicines. If you’re taking them and not sure if you should drive, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare professional

 

 

Mechanical breakdown

In the event of mechanical breakdown of the instructor’s car or for any other reason that the instructor is unable to do your lesson or test  – rearrangement of the lesson or test will be necessary to an alternative suitable time for both you and your instructor.

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