If it is a case of simply lifting some block pavers to cross the driveway and hide the cable, then the installers should do that.
However, much of the installation work to bring cables from the street to the customer's home is sub-contracted out by VM and the quality of the installation work varies wildly. There have been some fairly 'spectacular' photos of past installations on here where the installers have taken the most simple and easiest route from A to B (no matter how ridiculous that has been from a practical or aesthetic POV). Examples of the jobs posted on here suggest that the quality of the work, and the approach of the installers, might depend heavily on the particular skills and attitude of the individual people who show up to do the work.
If you have been told that the date for the cable installation is Saturday, you should ideally try to be there to state exactly what you want doing and don't be railroaded into accepting a bodged installation, just because it is easiest for the installation team.
Worth noting though that VM's installation dates seem to be somewhat 'flexible' so don't be too surprised if no-one shows up on Saturday.