Why an assessment

An assessment drive is necessary to decide which intensive driving course is best for you.

An intensive course can be completed in the space of one week, but from experience I recommend you space out the lessons over a longer period of time.

If, for example, a 30 hour course was recommended, it could be completed over 5 days, but that would require you to attend 6 hours of lessons per day. This in itself is a lot of driving over a very short time, but if you attend the course over a period of 10 days, you would only have 3 hours of driving per day. Recent studies have shown this to be the most successful method of intensive course, and reduces levels of fatigue.

Depending on your personal circumstances it may be better to space your lessons over 1 or 2 weeks until your test. You must pass both parts of your Theory Test, before you can book a practical driving test, so having the majority of your lessons during the time you are learning the theory, will mean a shorter and less expensive intensive course leading up to your final driving test.

After passing the theory test there may be a wait for a practical test date of up to 6 weeks. This is a Driving Standards Agency time period and is out of my control.

When you have passed the theory tests, and you have some knowledge of driving and your practical test booked, we will now arrange to start your 5 or 10 day intensive course before your test date to finish with a practical test.

Why not call me and we can discuss a course to suite you or send me an Email via the Contact Me page.

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