Terms and Conditions
Special offers, unless otherwise stated, only apply to on-road lessons for new learners learning to drive a car.
1. Pupils wishing to change or cancel a lesson for any reason must give 48 hours notice to the Instructor or the lesson must be paid for. This condition may only be waived by the Instructor. Lessons cannot be cancelled by email, only by speaking to the Instructor or by SMS that must be received by the Instructor 48 hours before the scheduled lesson.
2. Whilst any Atestdrive car is maintained to the highest standards Atestdrive and its instructors cannot be held liable for mechanical breakdowns that cause cancellation of lessons.
3. Atestdrive and its instructors cannot be held liable if they are delayed by traffic congestion, if for any reason there is any delay the instructor will notify pupils as soon as is safely possible about the delay.
4. Advance Payment Lessons. All lessons that are in the discounted Advance Payment package must be paid for in advance or they will be charged the full hourly rate.
5. We guarantee one hour of free theory test help if requested.
Primarily available to anyone whose job involves them in working with children or vulnerable adults, as well as certain other occupations and entry into professions as specified in the Exceptions Order to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974. Standard Disclosures show current and spent convictions, cautions, reprimands, and warnings held on the Police National Computer. If the post involves working with children or vulnerable adults and meets the criteria established by the relevant department, the following may also be searched:
• Protection of Children Act (PoCA) List
• Protection of Vulnerable Adults (PoVA) List
• Information that is held under Section 142 of the Education Act 2002 (formerly known as List 99)
This is the highest level of check available to anyone involved in regularly caring for, training, supervising or being in sole charge of children or vulnerable adults. It is also available in certain licensing purposes and judicial appointments. Enhanced Disclosures contain the same information as the Standard Disclosure but with the addition of any relevant and proportionate information held by the local police forces. The CRB recognises that the Standard and Enhanced Disclosure information can be extremely sensitive and personal, therefore it has published a Code of Practice and employers’ guidance for recipients of Disclosures to ensure they are handled fairly and used properly.