As driving instructors, we are often asked do get asked whether we provide intensive driving courses (aka crash driving courses). Many of these enquiries come from people who are under the impression that an intensive crash course is easy and they will pass the driving test with ease and in minimal time.
For some, this may be true, and the premier standard of Staines intensive driving lessons has to offer will certainly give you the best possible chance but it is important to know exactly what you are signing up for.
How Are The Lessons Conducted?
Our intensive driving lessons are always completed on a ONE to ONE basis. We believe that pupils taking a crash course in driving lessons benefit from the personal approach and the total focus being on them alone. At Surrey Driving Force we do not advocate group lessons as the full attention of the driving instructor conducting an intensive driving course should be squarely on one person, so that it does not dilute their focus.
We have tailored our courses to individual requirements and we feel sure that you will find one to suit your ability and where you are with your driver training.
Should I Look to an Intensive Driving Course?
An intensive course will allow you to learn at a very fast rate if you progress well. The fact the the course takes place over such a condensed period of time means that little is forgotten the next day. With the usual weekly driving lessons, there is an unavoidable period of time which must be spent getting back up to speed due to the weeks break from driving. An intensive course can save you time and potentially money as you may need less hours.
Intensive Driving Lessons (aka Crash Courses) are proving to be an increasingly popular method of learning how to drive.
Our intensive driving lessons are tailored to ensure that you complete a large number of lessons of a short period of time. This format of driving tuition is absolutely ideal for anyone who wishes to become driving test ready at the earliest possible opportunity.
They are fast paced enough to satisfy even the most eager of learners, whilst never sacrificing the need for familiarity, road sense and experience to gain a genuine grasp of what it takes to become a good driver. After all, the last thing we want to happen is for you to end up having a crash the day after you pass your test due to inexperience!
Points to note –
- ‘Intensive courses’ often result in quick passes
- Don’t forget it takes 6-10 weeks to book practical test
- You can’t take practical test until you have passed the theory test
If you would like any further details regarding the driving tuition available from Surrey Driving Force, please give us a call on 0845 190 2012 & we’ll be happy to answer any of your questions.