Reduce your learning time to just a few weeks
One of the most popular developments in recent years is the opportunity to take intensive lessons for those people wanting to fast track their learning process. For many people an intensive course provides a quick way of gaining their driving licence reducing the learning process from a few months into just a few weeks!
Take an assessment lesson
If you have had some driving experience we take you on an assessment lesson to determine your current driving ability which you will need to pay for in advance. This allows us to estimate how many lessons you are likely to need to get to test standard. If you decide to go ahead with the course after the assessment lesson, you will need to pay for the intensive course at the time of booking using our online debit & credit card payment system. If you decide not to book one of the courses after your initial assessment, you pay just for the assessment lesson with no further obligation.
Booking your test
In many parts of the country there can be a waiting time of between 6-8 weeks from the date that you book your test to the actual test date. This varies depending on the time of year, examiner holidays and illness etc. One way round this is to try and get a cancellation date which can reduce the waiting time considerably. There are companies who provide this type of service and we can help you register with these companies. We would then plan and book your lessons accordingly to fit in with your availability and the required time frame. Please note that you will need to have passed your theory test to be able to book your practical driving test.
Relaxed stress free learning
Clearly intensive lessons by their very nature can be tiring as the pupil is having to concentrate for longer periods of time. We recommend no more than 2 hours of continous driving with a 30 minute break in between each session to give the pupil a chance to recover and consolidate what they have learnt during the lesson, however we can tailor an intensive program to suite the pupils requirements and availability. People who have good memories are more likely to learn quicker, but however much you learn from a technical aspect, there is always that vital period of learning associated with developing the skill to read the road ahead and translate what you see into an appropriate driving action.