Terms and Conditions for
Findley's Driving School
Statement of intent
Not only does nothing within this section affect or in any way attempt to affect your statutory rights I can go further than that.
This Terms and Conditions section has been created
with the intention of enhancing those rights.
Why do this?
Many of the bad practices that have been experienced by pupils with previous instructors are in no way illegal. Sometimes they should be but they are not. I want you to understand where my service exceeds the standards and that you are paying for a thoroughly professional service throughout your course of lessons.
I sincerely recommend that you take a look around this section to reassure yourself that you are looking for lessons in the right place.
PLEASE DO compare my terms and conditions to those of others
(if they dare publish any that is).
I have a great deal of experience and nothing to hide.
We are both human beings but I am self-employed and as with all businesses there have to be some rules as to what is expected from both sides.
You have no doubt seen the list of links to the seperate pages that comprise the Terms and Conditions section of my website. I have seperated the content into seperate pages for ease of access.
This section of the website is written in a conversational tone so it is far more than just a bare bones list of rules and demands.
Some of the things that are on these pages will seem absolutely common sense to you whereas they will not to others, so please do not be offended by explanations. I need everyone to understand.
Being a self-employed driving instructor:
Being self-employed not only do I only have access to the money that I directly earn there is no holiday pay, sick pay or employer pension contribution. We are also excluded from claiming any form of state benefits. I point this out because I have surprised several pupils in the past who thought that I am paid a living wage by a company called 'Findley's Driving School'. I am Findley's Driving School!
Please understand that I am not complaining. I count myself fortunate to have a job that I thoroughly enjoy. How many people of my age (50+) do you know who can genuinely say the same?
Your statutory rights are not affected in any way.