Reeve School of Motoring, established in 1993, provides driving tuition for Potton, Biggleswade, Sandy and surrounding villages

  • Door to door service
  • 25 years experience
  • High pass rate
  • Pass Plus and ADI registered
  • Grade "A" Instructor. (Highest Grade)
  • Theory assistance and advice

As from February 1st 2017 prices will rise from

£24.00 p/hr to £25.00 per hour.

A block booking for 11 hours will be £250.00 (buy 10 lessons get one free)

 Why use an ADI?

Nine out of ten learners who passed the practical test on their first attempt were taught by an ADI (Approved Driving Instructor)




Why use a Grade 'A' Instructor?

Once qualified all instructors have to go through a grading process every few years. The grades are a reflection of how well they performed on a 1 hour check test lesson – usually a normal lesson which is conducted with a representative of our governing body (the DSA) observing it.

New Grading System: A/B or Fail:
Grade A: Grade A instructors have proven that they can provide safe instruction, ensuring that it is suitable to their customer and that progress is made during the session.

Grade B: Grade B instructors have proven that they can provide safe instruction. They may show some weaknesses or deviate from best practice in planning and carrying out the session in a manner that is most appropriate to their customer.

Fail/Ungraded: Currently, driving instructors who fail to achieve the 60% pass rate, or the minimum safety requirements on their standards check can re-apply for another standards check. If they fail this three times, they will be removed from the register and no longer be able to provide tuition.

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency sent this bulletin at 18-12-2014 06:42 PM GMT

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CGI makeover for theory test

The hazard perception part of the driving theory test is set to be updated with computer generated imagery (CGI) from early next year.

Filmed video clips are currently used to test candidates’ reactions to developing hazards on the road. The sc arios in these clips are still relevant, but the image quality isn’t as clear or defined as modern digital technology allows.

The first new clips show the same situations as the filmed clips, but are clearer on the screen and include updated vehicles, roads and surroundings to reflect modern day driving.

Reflects the realities of modern day driving

DVSA Chief Executive, Alastair Peoples, said:

“Using CGI clips in the hazard perception test will allow us to present clearer, more up to date situations, ensuring the test fully reflects the realities of modern day driving.”


DVSA worked with Nottingham University’s Accident Research Unit to trial the CGI clips. Research Fellow, Dr Peter Chapman, said:

“In our research we found that CGI clips retained all the benefits of traditional videos in discriminating between good and bad candidates, whilst allowing a more attractive, flexible, and up-to-date test."

In the future

CGI will also allow for a wider range of hazards, for example including situations with vulnerable road users like chldren or cyclists and a range of driving conditions, such as night time driving or bad weather.

Read the full story on GOV.UK and watch an example clip

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Driving licence changes

Updates and advice to motorists on abolition of the counterpart to the photocard driving licence.

From 8 June 2015, the photocard licence counterpart will not be valid and will no longer be issued by DVLA.

What this means for you

Photocard driving licence holders:

When DVLA stops issuing the counterpart, you should destroy yours but you still need to keep your current photocard driving licence.

You’ll still be able to use the counterpart driving licence to change your address with DVLA. You can also change your address online.

Paper driving licence holders (those issued before 1998)

These will remain valid, and should not be destroyed. From 8 June 2015 endorsements/penalty points will no longer be recorded on these driving licences. This information will be held on DVLA’s driver record, and can checked online, by phone or post.

The next time you need to update your nameaddress or renew your licence, you will be issued with a photocard only.

Entitlements/penalty points and the status of your driving licence won’t change

Organisations and businesses that check the driving licence counterpart

DVLA is developing new digital enquiry services for launch later this year that will allow organisations and businesses (such as employers and car hire companies) to view information they can currently see on the driving licence counterpart.

These new services will be offered in addition to the existing services, but are designed for those who have a business need for real-time access to the information, and may not wish to call DVLA or be in a position to use an intermediary.

Driving licence information via these services will only be made available to those who have a right to see it, and with the knowledge of the driving licence holder.

DVLA stakeholders and commercial customers can keep up to date with developments of these services through following our blog on GOV.UK.

Why is the counterpart being abolished?

The decision to abolish the counterpart was as a result of the government’s Red Tape Challenge consultation on road transportation. It also aligns toDVLA’s Strategic Plan which includes commitment to simplifying our services.

The counterpart (or D740) was introduced in 1998 as part of the photocard driving licence to display information that could not be included on the photocard. This includes provisional driving entitlement categories and current endorsements/penalty points.

Driving: the essential skills - 2015 edition

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Driving: the essential skills - 2015 edition

The new 2015 edition of 'The Official DVSA Guide to Driving: the essential skills' is available to buy now.

Help from approved driving instructors (ADIs) and customer feedback was used in this first revamp by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency.

The new edition also includes:

  • a new focus on the behavioural, mood and state of mind factors that affect driving
  • new information on vehicle maintenance and security, economic and environmental driving and smart motorways
  • a new design and structure
  • improved photographs and illustrations

Beneficial to all

Sometimes referred to as 'the driving instructor's bible', this guide is designed to make driving a car or light van more efficient, economical, enjoyable and safe.

Everyone can benefit from it, whether they are a learner, an experienced driver or professional driver.

Driving: the essential skills

  Order now  

If you're an approved driving instructor, you can claim a 25% discount using the promotional code ADI1:

  • online: quote the code at the 'checkout'
  • over the telephone: call 01603 696979




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