ADI PART 2 INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
We are happy to be able to offer ORDIT Registered ADI Part 2 driving instructor training at ADIT. ADI Part 2 bookings and enquiries.
ADI Part 2 test of driving ability training with ADIT is all carried out in-car with your own trainer. This means you will have the undivided attention of the intstuctor, which will ensure that you are learning the entire time.
About ADI Part 2
ADI part 2 can only be taken after passing the ADI Part 1 test. Candidates have 3 attempts to pass - if unsuccessful, they must wait until 2 years after the date of passing ADI Part 1 before reapplying to become a Driving Instructor again.
The Part 2 test takes around one hour and includes:
- an eyesight test
- vehicle safety questions
- a test of your driving ability
You'll have to read a number plate from a distance of:
- 20 metres for vehicles with a new-style number plate
- 20.5 metres for vehicles with an old-style number plate
The driving test will be marked as a fail if you are unable to read the number plate. The test will end
You'll be asked 5 vehicle safety questions, also known as 'show me, tell me' questions. These test that you know how to carry out basic safety checks around a vehicle.
Candidates are asked to physically show the examiner how they would perform a safety check on the condition of 2 components around the vehicle.
Candidates are asked to tell the examiner how you perform a safety check on the condition of 3 components around the vehicle.
The Part 2 test of driving ability is an advanced driving test, where candidates are expected to show a high standard of knowledge, safety and driving ability in all situations that arise during the test.
The test route will include a wide range of road situations e.g. rural driving, fast moving traffic, busy junctions etc., as well as 3 of the reversing manoeuvres.
There is also an independent driving section where candidates must navigate a simple route without directions from the examiner.
Candidates must display a high standard of skill on the following aspects - throughout the entire test:
- Handling of the controls
- Road Procedure
- Anticipation and appropriate action
- Judgement of speed, distance and timing
- Consideration for other road users
The Test Vehicle
The candidates car must be road legal and insured. The test may be cancelled if the vehicle doesn't meet the following requirements:
- insured for a driving test (check with your insurance company)
- roadworthy and have a current MOT (if it's over 3 years old)
- no warning lights showing, eg the airbag warning light
- no tyre damage and the legal tread depth on each tyre
- smoke-free - this means you can't smoke in it just before or during the test
- be able to reach at least 62mph and have an mph speedometer
- 4 wheels and a maximum authorised mass (MAM) of no more than 3,500 kg - check the vehicle handbook
- an extra interior rear-view mirror for the examiner
- a passenger seatbelt for the examiner and a proper passenger head restraint (not a slip-on type)
Please contact ADIT, Southall with your ADI Part 2 bookings and enquiries