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About the code
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and the driving instruction industry place great emphasis on professional standards and business ethics.
A person who gives lessons in a motor car in return for payment must be on the register of approved driving instructors (ADIs). To gain entry to the register the instructor must have passed the necessary qualifications to become a driving instructor.
Once fully qualified and on the register, ADIs are regularly tested by DVSA to check their continued ability to give instruction to an approved standard.
The ADI's code of practice provides a framework within which all instructors should operate.
In accordance with the ADI's code of practice, our advanced driving consultants and trainers agree that:
Our advanced driving consultants and trainers agree that they will:
Our advanced driving consultants and trainers agree that:
Endorsement by ADI consultative groups
This code is endorsed by the following ADI consultative groups who represent driving instructors and schools:
Approved Driving Instructors National Joint Council (ADI NJC)
Driving Instructors Association (DIA)
Driving Instructors Scottish Council (DISC)
The Motor Schools Association of Great Britain (MSAGB)
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