I have already mentioned in the past, that it is possible for you to take and pass the driving test even if you have accumulated 6 points on your licence.
I have been getting a lot of email queries about driving lessons and points on provisional licence, as well as if one can still sit the DSA theory test.
The simple answer is yes you are still allowed to take driving lessons with a qualified instructor or be supervised by a parent if you have penalty points on your provisional driving licence.
The new driver's act applies after you have passed the practical test, though you can still be banned from driving by a court of law or if you get 12 points, in which case no licence, no lessons or test. This is why an instructor always insists on seeing both parts of your provisional licence before they take you out on the first driving lesson.
If you require high quality driving lessons from a very helpful, patient and fully qualified instructor, then why not call or send me a text message on 07956233032
Thinking about becoming an instructor? Don't just make a decision based on the red driving school TV advertisement, do the proper research and know all the ADI training options available to you.
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