If you are not satisfied with your current job or try to add more skill to earn extra then choosing to become a driving instructor can be life changing for you. Becoming a driving instructor means You will be your own boss. You choose when you want to work, how you want to work and make a better and flexible life for you.



Our courses are flexible and can fit accordinging to your needs. We give all support including reference books and online supporting materials. Our rates are competitive, and give you flexible payment options. All courses are 1-to-1 tuition with your trainer. We also provide Intensive Driving Instructor courses who want to learn to become a driving instructor in the shortest time.



Before you can begin training to become a driving instructor, you must first register with the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). You must also pass an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. To become a qualified Instructor, you will need to pass 3 DVSA (Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency) exams. Also

  • You have to be 21 year or over
  • Have a full car driving licence for at least 3 years.

Your application can be refused if you have:

  • 5 or more penalty points
  • been banned from driving
  • banned from working with children
  • been convicted of any non-motoring offences



Managing a driving school can be hard work, keeping up to date with the latest training, marketing, websites, answering phone calls can be strestressfull. However you could manage all of those needs by joining 6 Point driving school franchise. We will take care of all this for you. We believe that you need to be earning before you begin paying a franchise. Therefore your franchise will not begin until 4 weeks after we have given you enough pupils. We are very busy in the areas we cover,  but if it is outside of our area then give us 2 weeks notice, we will give you enough pupils by that time. We give 4  weeks of franchise per year, no contract restriction so you can leave anytime.

ADI part 1 test (Theory test-You can take multiple attempts)

This is the first of 3 tests you have to pass to qualify as an ADI. It’s a theory test.

There are 2 parts to the test:

  1. multiple-choice questions (You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to answer 100 multiple-choice questions) How the test works:

There are 25 questions in each of these 4 categories:

  • road procedure
  • traffic signs and signals, car control, pedestrians and mechanical knowledge
  • driving test, disabilities, and the law
  • publications and instructional techniques

A question and several possible answers appear on a screen. You have to select the right answer.

  1. Hazard perception test

Before you start the hazard perception test, you’ll be shown a video about how it works.

You’ll then watch 14 video clips. The clips:

  • feature everyday road scenes
  • contain at least one ‘developing hazard’ – but one of the clips features 2 developing hazards

You get points for spotting the developing hazards as soon as they start to happen.

ADI part 2 test (Driving ability-3 attempts)

It’s the second of 3 tests you have to pass to qualify as an ADI. It’s a 1 hour test of your driving ability.

To pass the test you must be able to:

  • drive safely in different road and traffic conditions
  • show that you know The Highway Code by the way you drive

The DVSA examiner expects you to have very high standard driving on various types of roads like towns, country roads, dual carriageways or motorways. Also you have to perform various manoeuvres throughout your test.


ADI part 3 test (Instructional ability-3 attempts)

It’s the last of 3 tests you have to pass to qualify as an ADI. It’s a 1 hour test of your ability to teach pupils. The DVSA examiner will watch you give a client-centred driving lesson to one of your pupils. You can choose who you want to take for the test.


  • No advertising costs
  • More committed clients
  • Flexible around your diary
  • Cancellation policy to safeguard you financially
  • Lowest franchise fees and no other hidden charges
  • Get busy within 2 – 3 weeks of registering up with us


Exams and Training Cost

Training costs: Roughly £1,500 to £3000  for parts 1, 2 and 3

Part 1 (The ADI Theory Test)

Part 2 (The Test of Driving Ability)

Part 3 (The Test of Ability to Instruct)




Training licence £140
Entry to the ADI register £300
Reading material (approx) £50