If you want to learn to drive in just a few days or weeks? An intensive driving course or a semi-intensive course could be your answer. Intensive courses are proving to be very popular with people who haven’t the time to wait half a year or more before taking their driving test.
The intensive driving course has to be booked with at least four weeks’ notice and a deposit or full payment must be done at the time of booking. We offer different levels of intensive driving courses, depending on your personal experience from someone who has never driven before to someone who is almost test-ready. You will need to have passed your theory test before the start date of your intensive driving course. It is not possible to book a practical driving test with the DVSA without theory. We can guide you on the best way to pass your theory. There is a link on the theory page for all the required materials.
You will have the same instructor for the duration of your course and you will learn on a one-to-one basis with no other pupils in the car.
To book or for more information on our intensive driving course simply email or call us. If you email us, please give as much detail as possible so we can advise you. For example, the date of your practical test (if booked), have you passed your theory test? What time frame were you looking to do the intensive course over – 1 week, 2 weeks, 4 weeks, etc…
Course packages: (Intensive driving course needs to be booked in advance due to high demand)
10 hours £400 £40/hour 3-5 days course (You will also need to pay for test day £150 & practical test £62 weekday or £75 weekend & evenings).
20 hours £780 £39/hour 10-14 days course (You will also need to pay for test day £150 & practical test £62 weekday or £75 weekend & evenings).
30 hours £1160 £38.66/hour 14-30 days course (You will also need to pay for test day £150 & practical test £62 weekday or £75 weekend & evenings).
Automatic Transmission – We have now introduced our fully electric car to our automatic driving lessons.
10 hours £375 £37.50/hour 3-5 days course (You will also need to pay for test day £150 & practical test £62 weekday or £75 weekend & evenings).
20 hours £740 £37.00/hour 10-14 days course (You will also need to pay for test day £150 & practical test £62 weekday or £75 weekend & evenings).
30 hours £1095 £36.50/hour 14-30 days course (You will also need to pay for test day £150 & practical test £62 weekday or £75 weekend & evenings).
The above courses assume you already have your theory test passed. For deals with more hours please speak directly to us.
Are intensive driving lessons worth it? The worth of intensive driving lessons depends on the individual’s learning style, time constraints, and ability to handle concentrated instruction. Intensive driving courses are designed to compress traditional lesson schedules into a shorter timeframe, often spanning a week or two, providing focused and continuous training. This format can be beneficial for individuals who can dedicate concentrated time to learning to drive and who thrive in immersive, fast-paced learning environments. It may also suit those with upcoming deadlines, such as job requirements or urgent transportation needs. However, not everyone responds well to the intensity of such courses, and some learners may prefer a more gradual, spaced-out approach to absorb information and build driving skills over time. Ultimately, the decision on whether intensive driving lessons are worth it depends on the individual’s preferences, circumstances, and ability to manage an accelerated learning pace.
What is the difference between crash course and intensive driving course? The terms “crash course” and “intensive driving course” are often used interchangeably, but there can be subtle differences in their connotations. Both refer to accelerated and concentrated driving instruction, typically completed in a shorter timeframe compared to traditional lessons. However, “crash course” might imply a more hurried or last-minute approach, sometimes associated with cramming information into a brief period. On the other hand, “intensive driving course” tends to emphasize a structured, focused, and immersive learning experience, without necessarily carrying the same urgency implied by the term “crash course.” In practical terms, the distinction can vary, and the key is to carefully review the content and duration of the course to ensure it aligns with the learner’s preferences and needs.
If intensive driving courses are not suitable for you.
Why not do one of our standard driving lessons click here to find out more.
For the standard lessons you do not need to have passed your theory test before starting to have driving lessons, but you will have to have passed your theory test before we can book a practical driving test.
You will have the same driving instructor for the duration of your lessons and you will learn on a one-to-one basis with no other pupils in the car.
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