Getting your head around the names given to these courses is perhaps the firsts step – intensive driving course, semi-intensive driving courses, crash driving course or fast track driving course, pretty much mean the same thing. That is you’ll be taking a block of lessons over an agreed number of days or weeks. Typically 5 day, 7 day or 10 day courses – a few 2 day intensives might be useful if preparing for a practical driving test or if you have previously failed.
How do I choose the right intensive driving course?
Choose the right length course from the outset. If you are a novice driver or beginner then look for a crash driving course that is around the 40 hour mark. Should you have previous experience then a 20 or 30 hour course would be more appropriate.
How much rest time will you get? Some courses may require you to complete 6 hours of driving time per day – if this is the case find out what kind of rest time you get between sessions. We would suggest a minimum of 2 hours. 6 hours learning any new skill is going to be extremely intense and challenging.
Guaranteed pass intensive driving course – does it exist?
No. Just clever advertising to make you think that’s what you are getting – read the small print as you’ll probably be fobbed off with some extra driving lessons. Not always the best remedy if the quality of the course is not there?
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