Supporting you as a driver, Steer Clear focuses on practical knowledge and skills. It is a confidential and interactive course based on small group work. It was developed by the professionals at the London Community Rehabilitation Company and it's approved by the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency.
“ I didn’t think the course would be helpful, but in fact it was very thought provoking and will definitely affect my behaviour in the future.” Georgia, course participant with LCRC
The course fee is from £150. It is possible to pay the fee in three installments, please ask about this when making your booking. Full payment is required before the course commences.
A concessionary fee is available to those on certain types of benefits (see below). This fee is only applicable to weekday courses.
A concessionary fee of £150 is available to those claiming Job Seekers Allowance, Employment Support Allowance, Income Support etc. It also includes those who are full-time students or those claiming pension credits. It does not include Working Tax Credits, Child Tax Credit or Housing Benefit. Proof of your status will be required, please see our terms and conditions for details.
Run by professional trainers, Steer Clear is a 16 hour interactive course where, over 3 separate days, delegates work in groups to look at topics such as:
The Drink Drive Rehabilitation Course provides an educational driver training programme in order to reduce the disqualification period given after a drink drive offence. The course is an interactive, road safety presentation and discussion; no driving or re-test is involved.
AA DriveTech is a trading name of DriveTech (UK) Limited, a leading provider of driver training and fleet risk management services. AA DriveTech is a member of the Association of National Driver Improvement Scheme Providers (ANDISP).
The Drink Drive Rehabilitation Course is a total of 16 hours run over three days. It is an interactive group work programme whereby you will be expected to participate in both individual and group tasks. The following topics will be covered; Unit Calculation, Choices and Consequences, Alcohol and Its Effect On The Body, Disposal of Alcohol From The Body, Risk Possibilities, Legislation, Driving Skills and Abilities, High Risk Offenders, Victim Awareness, Risk Taking Driving Behaviour, Risk of Re-Offending, Relapse Prevention and Action Planning.
AA DriveTech provides training in across the UK. Please visit our venues
Yes. You can pay for the course in 3 instalments, contact us on 0345 070 6043 to discuss your options. The first instalment must be paid at the time of booking using either a credit or debit card.
To be eligible for the concessionary rate you must be in receipt of certain benefits – see clause 1.7 ‘Concessions ‘ in our Terms and Conditions. For courses taken in London or Greater London the concessionary fee will only apply on weekday courses.
Your personal details are protected by the Data Protection Act 1998. If you complete the course, your details relating to this course will remain on file with the national register for road safety research purposes for a further 7 years from the date of the offence, after which any personal reference to you will be erased. Your details will not be released to any other parties except to another course provider if they are considering making an offer of a course in the future. YOUR PERSONAL DETAILS WILL NOT AT ANY TIME BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC BY AA DRIVETECH.
You can call our Steer Clear Team on 0345 070 6043. You cannot pay on the day of the course.
Yes, please contact our Steer Clear Team on 0345 070 6043 to discuss your needs on an individual basis.
If you do not understand English well enough, you can bring a friend or family member to translate for you who is over the age of 18. Please let us know at the point of booking. We also provide workbooks in 17 different languages. Please contact our Steer Clear Team on 0345 070 6043 to discuss your needs.
A map is included in your Confirmation Letter which will be sent to you after you have booked and paid for the course. These details are also available on the venues page.
When you attend the course, you must produce suitable photographic identification (e.g. passport). If you do not have photographic ID, you must bring two separate forms of identification – see clause on ‘Personal Identification’ in our Terms and Conditions. Training materials will be provided.
You must arrive in good time or you may be refused entry in which case you must rebook immediately, subject to availability and rescheduling fees. See our clause on ‘Non-completion’ in our Terms and Conditions.
We will send out a follow up letter containing 2 copies of your Certification of Completion and information on how to reapply for your driving licence. The original will be sent to the Court. You will also need to re-apply for your driving licence. See ‘Getting your licence back’
In some circumstances you may be classified as ‘High Risk’ including if you have been disqualified twice within ten years for a drink driving offence, if you have a proportion of alcohol in the body that is two and a half times over the legal limit or if you fail to provide a specimen for analysis. You will need to complete a medical in advance of you receiving your licence back. For more information please call the Steer Clear team on 0345 070 6043.
If you wish to bring anything to our attention or you were not satisfied with our service, please write to:
Steer Clear Division, AA DriveTech, Fanum House, Basing View, Basingstoke, RG21 4EA or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In most cases we will look to respond within 48 working hours, however if the matter is more complex, legal or high profile it may be up to 45 days after sending acknowledgment to investigate. Our Customer Relations Department is correspondence based only