ICU Passing School of driving recommends taking weekly driving lessons, which tend to be the most popular way to learn to drive as they allow you to progress at your own pace. Having lessons regularly will allow you to maintain and develop your driving skills. For those trainee drivers in a hurry we can often provide intensive driving courses.
We will give all new pupils a record and appointment card, allowing you to document and track your driving progress through the DSA learning to drive syllabus. Using the record allows your driving instructor to structure each lesson to your own personal needs up to and including passing your driving test.
Our driving instructors have visual aids to guide you through manoeuvres and are skilled at coaching on the move. ICU Passing driver training cars are fitted with dual controls allowing the learner driver to develop their driving techniques whilst feeling safe and in control.
Every driving session will include some feedback and suggested areas for you to work on in preparation for your next lesson. Each driving session will be on a one to one basis with either a male or female instructor. Our lessons last a minimum of 1 Hour and will concentrate on building the driving skills learned in previous lessons. We can pick up and drop off in any area within Renfrewshire provided agreement reached in advance.
ICU Passing cannot accept or begin driving lessons without producing a valid provisional license.
We welcome enquiries throughout Renfrewshire, including Paisley, Ralston, Johnstone, Elderslie, Kilbarchan and Bridge of Weir, Howood and Renfrew.
We are members of DIA & DSA Approved Driving Instructors and are qualified to offer the PassPlus course.