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Refresher driving lessons can be very beneficial for some people, as they help you gain confidence, get experience in different situations and familiarise you with driving after a long break.

Not been behind the wheel in a little while? If you’re worried about getting back into the driver’s seat, then we do recommend that you take some necessary steps to regain your confidence and feel comfortable being behind the wheel.

Learning to drive is like riding a bike. If you haven’t had constant practice and regularly been behind the wheel, then you may feel a little lost to get back in the driver’s seat.

An advanced driving course enables you to become a highly-skilled driver and drive more economically. You will also become an IAM member and could receive a discount on your car insurance.

Advanced driving courses are well worth it if you want to become a highly-skilled driver. You can also receive a discount on your car insurance, which is especially beneficial for younger drivers.

Yes - providing your car is insured and taxed with a valid MOT.

When you pass your driving test, you will receive your driving test certificate, followed by a full driving licence photocard which will be posted to your home address.

After failing the driving test, you'll need to wait at least 10 days to retake in order to undertake additional training.

You'll receive your full driving licence around three weeks after passing your driving test.

Whether you have just bought your first car or are renewing your road tax for the very first time, you will need to understand that your car must be taxed before you can drive it.

P' plates are not required by law and are therefore optional to display on your vehicle.

Driving alone is about building up your confidence and gaining experience in driving in different situations.

Taking small trips is usually the best way to start driving alone, in order to build up your confidence.

Driving alone for the first time can be scary, but remember you have passed your test and have the relevant experience, all you need to do is start doing it.

Yes, as soon as you’ve passed your test you can legally drive.

After you’ve passed your driving test there’s nothing else to do. You will receive a pass certificate and you can arrange to exchange your provisional for a full driving licence.