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As an Associate Member you will have an Observer assigned to you from our Group to assist in preparing for the IAM test. Observed drives are FREE and conducted in your own vehicle. The Observer will use his or her own vehicle to give demonstration drives.
Observed runs will be arranged between you and your observer to suit your mutual convenience, but will generally be in daylight, as will the test. The frequency is normally weekly but can be longer. We would not recommend a gap of more than a fortnight except in special cases (holidays, courses, etc.).
It is difficult to say how many observed drives a particular individual would require, as it depends very much on experience, preparation and ability to learn. We would usually expect the minimum number of observed drives to be six.
The recommended reading to help prepare for the test is:
The books and video are usually available from the Group Shop at monthly meetings.
For a bit of fun try some of our quizzes.
Last updated: 11th July, 2020