1. 1Are you 21 or over?

    Yes

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  2. 2Have you had a full car driving licence for at least 3 years?

    No

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You can’t become an approved driving instructor (ADI) because you haven’t had your full licence for long enough yet.

You have to have had your full licence for at least 3 years to supervise a learner driver.

You can usually apply to start the qualifying process 6 months before the 3rd anniversary of getting your full licence. This is because it will take at least 6 months to qualify as an ADI.

It’s against the law for you to charge a fee to teach someone to drive if you’re not an ADI.

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