These are the most common questions asked by people who want to start a driving course.
Is Intensive Driving Course for me?
It’s ideal for you if you need to pass your test in a short period of time and do not want to spend months and years learning.
Do Intensive Driving Courses Work?
The short answer is YES, but this depends on you and getting the right driving instructor who is an expert in doing them.
They are not for everyone, but if you have limited time or a limited budget, it is by far the best way to learn to drive.
It’s suitable for people who want to pass their driving test in one to two weeks with lessons being 2-5 hours per day and do not want to spend months and years learning.
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How many driving lessons will I need?
This will depend on your previous driving experience. We can agree this together.
At what time can I take my driving lessons?
Times of lessons usually can be taken between 8am and 6pm, so you may not need to take lots of time off work. We can agree this together.
What if I only have one or two days off a week, can I still do lessons with you?
Yes, you could do our semi-intensive course, which can be taken one to two days per week for 3-5 hours per day.
How much is a semi-intensive course?
The semi-intensive courses are priced the same rate as our intensive course prices.
If I need more lessons before my test, will I have time?
Generally yes, but this will depend on your instructor’s availability.
Will there be other pupils in the car on my lesson?
No, lessons are taken on a one to one basis.
Will I have a different instructor every day?
No, you will have the same instructor throughout your course from start to finish.
Who books the driving test?
We book the practical driving test for you and will aim to book this for the last day of your course depending on test date availability on the Governments DVSA website, this we have no control over.
Can I decide which dates I would like my test on?
Yes, this will depend on the DVSA’s availability.
What if I change my mind about taking the course?
Please refer to our terms and conditions.
When will my practical test be?
Practical tests are done on a weekday Monday-Friday.
Are there any other charges?
There are no other charges.
What documents do I need to bring on the day of my practical test?
Photocard part of your provisional licence and if you have it the theory test certificate
How can I pass my driving test first time?
Everyone has got or will get nervous on the day of their practical driving test, it’s human nature. To give you the best chance to pass your driving test the first time, make sure you are well prepared and practice your driving manoeuvres and driving lessons as much as you can with a qualified driving instructor. Always try and keep a clear head while you are driving and following these driving tips will help you: Pass Your Driving Test.