The What’s Driving Us? course is a scheme that TTC offers on behalf of the Police. TTC delivers What’s Driving Us? courses at 22 venues across Avon and Somerset, Cumbria, Devon and Cornwall, North Wales, South Wales, Gwent, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Mercia and West Midlands Police forces.
The What’s Driving Us? scheme has been put into place to give Police the discretion to offer drivers who commit selected road traffic offences (such as using a mobile phone when driving) the opportunity to attend a course as an alternative to potential prosecution, or the Fixed Penalty system of a fine and penalty points.
The course aims to produce safer and more responsible attitudes towards driving, and seeks to increase the motivation to drive with consideration for other road users.
The course is classroom based and takes place in one session taking around 3 ½ hours. There is no practical, on-road element to the What’s Driving Us? course.
If you have been referred by the Police to attend a What’s Driving Us? Course book here.
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