What are intensive driving courses?
If you need to pass your driving test in a hurry, intensive driving courses (also commonly known as driving crash courses) offer you the opportunity to dramatically reduce the time it takes you to pass your driving test.
How long does it take to pass an intensive driving course?
An intensive driving course will usually consist of a set number of hours of driver training per day, to run over a set number of days. The last hour on the last day of your course will usually see your driving test arranged. Before taking an intensive driving course, you will need to have passed your theory and hazard perception tests. From there it will depend on your experience and your ability to learn.
Can you pass your driving test in a week?
APass4U offer intensive driving courses ranging from 6 hours over one day to 50 hours spread over 20 days. So you can learn at a pace suitable for you. Working out what driving course is right for you is difficult without seeing you drive and this is why we always recommend an assessment lesson.
Are intensive driving courses safe?
An intensive course in no more or less safe than hourly driving lessons. Driving is a skill you will learn for the rest of your life. It is not easily gained. You will probably put a lot of hours, effort and emotions to gain your driving licence and it can easily be lost, especially in the first 2 years. This is when you are only allowed to gain six penalty points before you lose your licence completely. Then you will have to start again! So above all drive safely!
Can you drive straight after passing your test?
Yes, you can start driving straight after passing your driving test. You do not need to wait for your licence to arrive in the post. Although you should contact the DVLA if your driving licence hasn’t arrived within 3 weeks.
How do I pass my driving test the first time?
Nobody can guarantee that you will pass your driving test the first time. There are some steps that you can take towards increasing your chances though. The most important factor is finding a driving instructor that is compatible with you, one that you feel able to trust and work well with.
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