Even on dull days, the shadows cast by a highway over-bridge is an excellent marker with which to check that your following distance is adequate.

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See also: Advanced -vs- Defensive -- The Difference



Corporate courses are tailored to the client's requirements, including duration, but for the majority of our work at ADA there are effectively four "pass" grades available in a wide range of courses, and each grade typically relates to a specific course duration, as follows:


Duration Level Achievable          Recognition
  2 days Defensive Driving Assessment Report
  3 days Advanced (Bronze) Assessment Report and Certificate
  5 days Advanced (Silver) Assessment Report and Certificate
10 days Advanced (Gold) Assessment Report and Certificate


Written tests are included in all of the above courses and grades, and we work on adequate-to-excellent attitude, traffic safety aptitude and driver skills knowledge (i.e. not just an ability to tick/check the right boxes!).


In keeping with global best practice, periodic re-assessment is needed every three years in order to maintain any of the above standards, and this is typically a half- or one-day event involving an initial assessment, revision of weaker areas, and second assessment.



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