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If you are caught by the Police ‘driving without due care and attention’ as an alternative to court prosecution the Police may refer drivers to the Driver Alertness scheme. Driving without due care and attention includes incidents such as being involved in an incident resulting in a collision.
The TTC Group is a course provider for the National Driver Alertness Course scheme and offers this course throughout the UK. The course is held over one day, and includes four hours of theory and approximately three and a half hours of practical on-road tuition.
All the training is conducted by specially selected and trained Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs).
If you have been referred to a National Driver Alertness Course Book a TTC Driver Alertness Course.
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