London NW1 – Intensive Courses
Intensive Driving Courses London NW – Areas Marylebone, Euston, Regent’s Park, Baker Street, Camden Town, Somers Town, Primrose Hill and Lisson Grove
At Intensive Courses, we offer quality driving lessons in the North West London area. We have brilliant local driving instructors covering your area. Our Driving Instructors are all fully qualified and of the highest grades. Our driving instructors in NW1 will pick you up from home for your driving lessons.
I just passed my test today (1st attempt) :):), I just wanted to express how pleased I am with the way Youssouf teach me, the patience and the dedication and commitment, without him it wouldn’t have been possible, I will definitely recommend him and your driving school. Thanks for everything.
Miriam from NW1 passed with the help of Yousouff – Test done at Wood Green Test Centre
We are the leading driving school in NW1 and North West London area so you can be reassured you are getting top quality driving lessons at a great price. Your driving instructor will guide you through your driving course and get you up to test standard in the shortest time possible. Our colleagues at our call centre will monitor your progress. They book your theory test and practical driving test for you.
WHAT OUR PUPILS SAY ABOUT OUR INTENSIVE DRIVING COURSES
Intensive Driving Courses In London NW1
We want you to get the best out of our driving courses. Our intensive driving course is designed around your diary and at times that suit you. Your theory test is booked at your local theory test centre and you decide which one is best for you by our colleagues. Why not check out the wealth of theory and hazard perception material we have on our website.
Your success in your driving exam will assist you to secure a lot of years of safe driving whether in a manual or an automatic motor vehicle. So, North West London residents, remember that you can learn how to drive in just 1 to 3 weeks with Intensive Courses. We are really looking forward to helping you get your full driving licence. Please call our colleagues and they will help you get started.
Intensive Driving Courses London NW1
As a well established driving school in the London area, you can be assured of the very best in customer care. All our driving instructors are fully qualified. Our intensive driving courses are from 5 days to semi-intensive courses up to 6 weeks. We tailor our courses around you.
Semi-Intensive Driving Course London NW1
Our semi-intensive courses can be spread over a period of no more than 6 weeks. Your driving lessons are booked in around your diary. We do a minimum of 2 hours a day and a maximum of 5 hours a day. Your practical driving test is booked in for the last day of your course.
London NW1 – Areas Covered
We cover all postcodes in North West London.
Areas Covered: Marylebone, Euston, Regent’s Park, Baker Street, Camden Town, Somers Town, Primrose Hill and Lisson Grove. As one of the leading driving schools in London, we have multiple driving schools within the NW1 postcode.
How much does an intensive driving course cost?
Click here to check out our prices. For those wishing to spread out the cost, we offer a finance option
Top 10 Tips for Learning in NW1
Where is the best quietest place to start your lessons from?
NW1 Camden Town and the surrounding area there are a few good places to get started, if you are near Kings Cross or Euston then I would suggest going down the Pentonville Road as just off that road on Claremont Square is generally quiet most times of the day and night. If you are near Camden Town then heading towards Kentish Town, the best places to get started is around Patshull Road and the other surrounding roads. Patshull Road is just beside Kentish Town Station.
What are the speed limits on the roads?
Most of the side roads are limited to 20 mph but the main roads are 30 mph Generally. There are some speed cameras in the area also to enforce the speed limit which is always a good thing
Are there any big or small roundabouts in my area?
There are a few small roundabouts but not many big ones, you would need to go further out maybe towards Wood Green to get practice on big. The best big roundabout to get practice on is the Great Cambridge roundabout where the A10 meets the A406 North Circular meets.
Are there any dual carriageways?
There is a dual carriageway on the Euston Road but it gets very busy at the best of times, you would be lucky to get up to 10 miles an hour during the day. The best place to get good practice would be to head out towards Hendon and Mill Hill. A1 and A41 dual carriageways are great roads to get some serious practice on.
What are the best times during the day to do your driving lessons?
The roads can get quite busy during rush hours commutes but it’s always good to get a mixture of practice at various times of the day. The more practice the better.
Are there any busy/difficult/unusual junctions?
Most of the NW1 roads are busy but there are no difficult or unusual Junctions. During the rush hours, you may find lots of impatient drivers trying to get to or from work.
Are there any places to practice bay parking?
The big supermarkets have car parking spaces to get a fair amount of practice in and also council housing estates are very good places also. These places can get busy so be careful while practising.
Where are my nearest theory test centres?
Your nearest theory test centres are London Bridge (Southwark) followed by Southgate and then Mile End (Limehouse) at Mile End there are 2 theory test centres.
Congratulations to Sean on passing your practical test with the help of Kamran at intensivecourses.co.uk
Thanks to the Intensive Courses training, I was able to pass on my first attempt! I could not have done it without the skilled instruction of Kamran. He was always honest with my progress and knew exactly what we needed to practice. I progressed from never driving in UK/Europe, to feeling confident and well prepared for the practical test. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking to pass their practical driving test.
Where are my local practical test centres?
Which is the easiest test centre to do your practical driving test in my area?
Tottenham and Wood Green test centres areas can get quite busy and generally the fastest roads in the area are the Great Cambridge Road and the North Circular Road. Mill Hill and Hendon test centres tend to cover the same routes as they are just over a mile apart. You will more often than not go on the A41 at some point on your test. For Borehamwood, there are lots of small roundabouts and a few big ones, The busiest roundabout and biggest one is Stirling corner just off the A1 beside Morrisons supermarket. The Barnet test centre area has lots of different test routes to go on. A lot of people miss the speed limit change on Mays Lane beside the Barnet test centre. The speed limit goes from 30 mph to 20 mph.
Whatever Driving Courses you need, Intensive Course is the Driving School for you.