The New Normal – Giving You Peace of Mind
Nothing is more important to us than your and the instructor’s safety. That is why we are delivering this risk COVID-19 policy.
Here are Kinetic Driving Schools safeguarding measures against COVID-19 whilst learning to drive has been at the forefront of our minds. We have developed stringent and practical policies to keep pupils and instructors as safe as possible in this new normal.
Of course, we are following the government published guidelines. Still, we have also added our additional policies on top to go as far as we can to push the safety boundaries to there limit to create the safest environment we possibly can.
These policies are in place with all Kinetic instructors, and all instructors followed these guidelines to the letter.
Not only have we focused on cleanliness and hygiene, but we have also considered spread and implemented face masks for all pupils and instructors alike.
We have introduced instructor and pupil airport-style quick and easy temperature screening with infrared non-contact thermometers to give you confidence and peace of mind.
We have also integrated the NHS contact app between instructor and pupil as soon as it becomes available from the government.
We’ve gone to great lengths to develop the most stringent policies that will create the safest learning environment we possibly can.
You can be confident with Kinetic.
What our new safety policy looks like in practice
Your instructor will get out of the car and greet you. Keeping a distance, the instructor will use a non-contact thermometer to take your temperature.
Then your instructor will take their temperature and show you. Anything up to 37.7 degrees is normal.
Your instructor will then sanitise the inside of the car so you can see it has been done. This will also include outside doors and handles.
Both you and your instructor will use hand sanitiser and will both put on masks. At this stage, you will be safely ready to get into the car.
The NHS app will start to connect via Bluetooth, and your lesson will begin as normal; however, windows will be left slightly open to allow for airflow.