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Haverhill driving lessons - Franks School of motoring - Manual and Automatic available

Teaching Local people in Haverhill to drive since 1984.


Established in 1984, fully qualified in 1984.

- CRB checked
- First Aid training
- Basic Counseling

Personal Experience

- Currently holds HGV C+E ( Class 1 )
- PCV ( Coach )
- Full Motorcycle Licence

What to look out for when choosing an instructor!

- Fully Qualified will hold a green licence
- Trainee will only hold a red licence, which is usually only granted for 6 months, these Instructors are often only part time. Many of these Instructors fail to fully qualify.

Approved driving instructors (ADIs): the basics

Why use an ADI?

Nine out of ten learners who passed the practical test on their first attempt were taught by an ADI. If you're going to pay someone to teach you to drive, they must be an ADI or hold a trainee licence. It's unlikely that anyone except an ADI would have the experience, knowledge and training to teach you properly.

Nine out of ten learners who passed the practical test on their first attempt were taught by an ADI rather than a friend or relative. Fully qualified ADIs and trainees Examples of the green and pink badges.

A fully qualified ADI must display a green badge on the windscreen of the car while teaching you.Some trainee driving instructors are given a trainee licence so they can get experience before their qualifying test. They must display a pink badge on the windscreen.

If your driving instructor is not displaying either a green or pink badge in their car's windscreen, ask them to show it to you. If they cannot show you their badge, you should report this to DSA.

If you need to report illegal driving instruction to DSA, see the section 'How to report illegal driving and riding instruction'.
Above text taken from official Direct Gov Site - http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Motoring/LearnerAndNewDrivers/index.htm

Useful Links
DSA Site - Driving Standards Agency
DVLA - Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
Direct Gov Site


Contact Name: Frank Stanyer

Business Address

28 Barton Drive



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