For all the great times that come with being a student, there are often plenty of financial worries too. It’s for this reason that so many companies try to give students an easier ride by offering student discount. Today, we’re glad to announce that PassMeFast is one of them. From today, student discount is available on all PassMeFast driving courses!
So, if you’re a student looking to learn to drive, then you’ve come to the right place. Read on to find out more about our student discount, and how you can take advantage of it!
PassMeFast student discount
PassMeFast are proud to offer students a 5% discount on all our driving courses. This means that you could save over £70 on learning to drive! To find out exactly how much you could save, make sure to give our sales team a call on 0333 123 4949.
How to get your student discount
It couldn’t be simpler to save on your driving course. If you’re a student, simply…
① Give us a call ✆
Start by calling the PassMeFast team on 0333 123 4949. We’re open from 8am–8pm from Monday to Friday, and 10:30am–3:30pm on Saturdays.
② Provide your student details ✎
Thankfully, this is easy—we accept various types of proof of student status, not just NUS extra cards! You can do this by:
- sending over a photo or scan of your student card, or
- providing a valid .ac.uk email address (and replying to our email to prove it’s you!)
③ Book your course (with student discount!) ✓
Whether you book online or over the phone, all you’ll have to pay upfront is the deposit. After that, our team will apply a 5% discount to your course.
④ Start driving! ?
You’ll take an intensive course, learning alongside one of our instructors in your local area. Then, you’ll take your practical test at a test centre near you—you could even sit the driving test in your own car. Finally, you’ll pass—and get your shiny, new pink driving licence!
Why should I learn to drive as a student?
With the money worries that so often come with being a student, it might not seem like the best time to learn to drive. However, there are actually plenty of great reasons to learn while you’re studying:
- Though many students have packed schedules, you’ll typically have more free time as a student than you would whilst working. This means you have a lot more flexibility when it comes to taking tests, and can avoid the long driving test waiting times without having to rely on weekend tests.
- Of course, more free time also means more chances to head out on the open road! Why not try out one of our ten epic UK road trip ideas during reading week?
- If you’re planning on staying in the city you’re currently studying in after you graduate, you’ll gain plenty of experience of what it’s like to drive there. As there are big differences between city and country driving, this can be incredibly useful. Better still, this should hopefully help make any future commutes that little bit less stressful!
- There are big differences in driving test pass rates by area. For some students, this might mean that you have a greater chance of passing at uni than at home.