Learn to Drive in 3D Pro (Auto)

From: £11.99 / month with 1 month free trial

Give your pupils free access to a comprehensive suite of videos to enhance their learning experience.

LEARN TO DRIVE IN 3D PRO (Auto)

  • Empower your pupils to keep learning in their free time.
  • Accessible via smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop.
  • Help to future-proof your business.
  • Student data is secure and encrypted and will never be sold to advertisers.
  • Enhance your pupil retention and attract new customers.
  • Built to exacting standards.
  • Help your students become safe and confident drivers for life.
  • 100% Tax deductible.

1-month free trial with no minimum contract.

(We recommend you call your “Team Name” your driving school name)

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INNOVATIVE AND EFFECTIVE

Designed to complement your pupils’ driving lessons and enhance their knowledge and skills with 3D videos presenting real-world situations and manoeuvres.

ADDED VALUE FOR YOUR PUPILS AND YOUR BUSINESS

Providing your pupils with access to our world-class learning resources increases overall learner-driver success and leads to growth for your business.

DYNAMIC SERVICE KEEPS YOUR PUPILS UP TO DATE

New videos are frequently added in real-time to future-proof your business and update content to reflect changes.

The course was designed with three aims:

  • As a contribution towards road safety
  • To help new drivers understand the content of the driving test and how the examiner will conduct the test
  • To demonstrate the full UK driving syllabus as prescribed by the DVSA, using unique, high-quality colour graphics

Learning topics have been grouped into seven themes:

  • On the Move
  • Bends and Junctions
  • Driving in Town
  • Driving in the Countryside
  • Manoeuvring
  • Multi-lane Roads
  • Tricky Situations

Each lesson gives a brief explanation of the topic’s key learning points (usually at the bottom of the page) and, where relevant, the driving examiner’s directions and instructions.

The illustrations, either a photograph or computer graphics, depict typical situations encountered on today’s busy roads. Imagine you are the driver of the red Mini and try to visualise how you would deal with each scene.