Payment Options

Lee's Driver Training accepts the following payment methods for driving lessons.

 

  • Apple and Google Pay - Card payment terminal in car
  • Credit and Debit card - Card payment terminal in car
  • Payment Link - Email or Text Message containing a link to pay by card online (Please contact me at least 30 minutes BEFORE your lesson to allow time for me to send you the link - Must be paid at least 30 minutes BEFORE lesson begins - This is an ideal payment method if family or friends wish to pay for your lesson(s)
  • Bitcoin/Dash Cryptocurrency - In person Bitcoin/Dash app on smart phone
  • Bank Transfer - Bank account details available on request

 

Regrettably cash and cheques are no longer accepted - if you bring cash or a cheque to a lesson with no other payment method these will be declined and the lesson cancelled.  For reference I provide a link to the Bank of England on English Legal Tender Law due to commonly misunderstood rules about accepting cash

English Legal Tender Law

 

Booking Deposit Terms and Refunds

During busy periods a £10 booking deposit will be required to secure your first lesson appointment. This deposit will be deductable from the price of the first lesson. A payment link to be paid online will usually be sent to you either as an email or text message.  This needs to be paid within 24 hours of booking the appointment. Regrettably if the deposit is not received within 24 hours the booking will be cancelled and your enquiry taken no further.  The space will then be made available again for new pupils.

 

You can cancel your booking and receive a full refund of your deposit booking fee up to 7 days before the appointment date. The deposit is non-refundable where a cancellation occurs within 7 days of the appointment date. The date of the appointment being the 7th day. Where a pupil is required to isolate due to the NHS app or receives a positive result from a PCR or Lateral flow test the booking will roll over for another week - proof of the positive test and or notice from NHS app will be required to prevent the loss of the deposit fee.