Is it really possible to learn to drive in only one week?
Intensive driving courses, or one week crash driving course as they are sometimes called, are the fastest way today’s learners can learn to drive, take the official DSA practical driving test, pass and gain a full UK driving license all in a week. My driving school is based in Sussex and specialises in these very successful and cost effective driving courses.
Which course suits me?
I have several types of intensive course, a 25, 30, 35 and 40 hour courses and a pay as you go course. The 25, 30 and 35 hour courses are designed with the partly trained student in mind. If you are already able to move off and stop and negotiate junctions successfully this may suit you. However, before booking one of these courses I strongly suggest you have an assessment with myself first.
The 40 hour course is designed for the absolute beginner and will take you from the controls lesson through the complete syllabus necessary to take the practical test.
Pay As You Go Intensive Course
What’s a pay as you go intensive course? You only pay for the hours you actually require to get you ready for test, so if you are a quick learner you get the benefits of the 40 hour intensive course and potentially save your self some money
In the short time of your course you will encounter a limited number of road situations and because of this you will be of limited experience. For this reason I strongly recommend a Pass Plus course is completed on passing the test. This will ensure you leave a ‘complete’ driver.
Am I ready for an intensive course?
In order to book an Intensive course you must have completed and passed the theory and hazard perception tests. The reason for this is that the practical will be pre-booked to be taken 3 days to a week (depending on availability) after completion of the course. We cannot pre-book the practical without a theory pass certificate.
Can I start lessons while I study for my theory?
Most students want to get started right away so if you have not passed your theory yet why not start with some weekly lessons and study. This may give you the training you need to do the shorter 21 hour course instead of the 35 hour course.