Learning to drive is one of life’s big milestones. It gives you freedom – driving to work, driving to school, keeping in touch with friends & family, all on your own terms. It’s exciting.
With the recently updated miDrive app, you can now find vetted, high quality and approved driving instructors in your local area. miDrive also provides you with an educational platform, assisting learner drivers through their theory test, practical test and beyond.
miDrive wants to teach learners how to drive safely, if you can drive safely, you can pass your test. Road safety affects everyone, and miDrive is set on reducing the number of 17-24 year olds who are involved in accidents within 6 months of passing their test.
With the all-new miDrive, you can…
Find an instructor
You can search for driving instructors in your local area, browse their profiles and choose your favourite. Once you’ve chosen an instructor miDrive will assist you to book, schedule lessons and provide a secure and hassle free experience for all learners.
Track your progress
Think of miDrive as the fitness app which helps you get your driving skills into shape. Through the miDrive platform, your instructor will track your lessons using GPS, award you progress (based upon the DVSA’s Drivers Record) and provide you with written feedback. All of which will be e-mailed to you at the end of each lesson!
You’ll progress through the Drivers’ Record, from level 1 to level 5 in each of the 24 modules. Once all 24 modules are completed, you’ll know that you’re test ready!
Get help and support when you need it
miDrive will provide you with helpful tips and advice on all 24 modules of the DVSA’s Drivers’ Record. Accessible 24/7 through both the learner app and on miDrive.com.
If you need further support you can also contact us via the ‘Support’ section in the miDrive learner app or call in anytime on 0800 6300 296.
So what are you waiting for?
If you’d like to get on the road in the fastest, easiest and most rewarding way possible, download miDrive for iOS and Android here.
Last modified: 7th January 2016