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Frequently Asked Questions

Safe and Considerate Driving

TTC delivers the Safe and Considerate Driving Scheme to offenders as an alternative to court prosecution. TTC’s Safe and Considerate Driving Scheme (SCD) is available at over 50 venues in the Avon and Somerset, Cumbria, Devon and Cornwall, Gwent, South Wales, North Wales, North Yorkshire, Scotland, South Yorkshire, West Mercia and West Midlands.

The Safe and Considerate Driving Scheme is offered to some drivers who are deemed to have been involved in ‘driving without due care and attention’ incidents. These incidents may include being involved in an incident/crash.

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 some of whom have specialist skills with larger vehicles.

The aims and objectives of the Safe and Considerate Driving Course are, following a driving offence, to help drivers explore their attitudes and perceptions towards safer driving and to identify what puts them at risk. By the end of the Safe and Considerate Driving Course you will gain a better understanding of the causes and consequences of collisions to help you make better, safer decisions when driving.

To complete this course you need to be referred by the Police, however TTC offers a complete range of driver training courses, visit our Workplace Road Safety website to learn more.

If you have been referred to a Safe and Considerate Driving Scheme and would like to book now, please call the Contact Centre on 0330 024 1805 to speak to a member of the team who will be more than happy to assist.

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