- Not to mislead the public as to the services provided by the school, with particular
reference to instructors qualifications, costs relating to the time
required to reach the standard of the Driving Standards Agency Test
of driving competence and make adequate provisions necessary to acquaint
with the terms of business.
- Avoid improper
language, suggestions or physical contact with clients.
- Take all reasonable care, skill and diligence in intructing clients in all
relevant aspects of traffic and driving education.
discuss information disclosed by a client, during training,
with any other party, except for normal consultation within a school
or where the lessons are being paid for by another person or company.
In which case the third party shall have the right to the information,
providing this is given with the clients knowledge.
maintain proper standards of personal hygene, dress, and to ensure a non-smoking
environment during lessons.
ensure that any vehicle driven or used for training is maintained
in good mechanical order and condition, is properly insured and taxed,
and where appropriate, certified as roadworthy; and that all reasonalbe
care is taken to keep it clean and tidy.
ensure that professional driving tuition is carried out only within the terms
of the law, with particular reference to driver licensing and provision
of a professional service.