Driving Courses: Two Choices
If you want to pass your
test quicker than average, youll need to make an informed
decision about the best route for you.
Most people think of an intensive driving course as doing all
their lessons over the course of a week with a test on the
Friday, but youd have to consider a few things first:
- Have you passed your Theory Test?
- Have you booked your practical test for the
Friday? There is normally a minimum waiting time of 8 -10
- Do you have the time to dedicate a whole
week to the lessons and test?
- Are you in the right mind set? Intensive
training is very draining and can leave you burnt out on the day
of the test.
- Are you prepared not to pass?
Training of this kind doesnt guarantee results and the stress
levels involved may even jeopardise your chances of passing.
Choice 2: There Is Another Way
We call it Fast Track and its our preferred
way of intensive driving and accelerated learning, as we know it
produces results. Discover Your Freedom: Fast Track with Pass
Fast Track: How It Works
The average time from application to test day is 8 -10 weeks; plenty
of time to comfortably fit the recommended 28 - 36 lessons into
this timeframe maybe even with some to spare. And because
you will be making progress quicker than the normal way of learning,
you should find that it takes fewer lessons overall, making it the
most economical way to learn to drive. Fast Track lessons are available
all day on Tuesday and Fridays only.
If youre serious about setting a timeframe for your driving
test, an initial free driving lesson allows the instructor to assess
your current ability. Then they can agree and test date with
you and structure a course of lessons over a specific timeframe,
in line with your requirements, availability and commitment.
Once youre ready to proceed, the most cost effective way is
to buy your lessons in blocks, payable in advance. We offer
fantastic rates for blocks of 10, 20 or 30 lessons. We will
provide you with a Driving skills card to map your progress and
ensure all of your lessons are booked into the diary, so you take
priority over other pupils.
Why Fast Track?
Youd have to wait a minimum of 8 -10 weeks for test date anyway,
so why not spread the learning and do it properly?
Its a no-brainer that the same number of lessons over this
period means theres less stress than a one-week intensive
course, immediately improving your retention rate and giving you
that all-important time for your new skills to become embedded as
second nature - something that simply cant be forced.
The result is that youre better prepared, well practiced and
have had time to rest and absorb the knowledge, so youre more
likely to pass and more to the point, stand a better chance of being
a safe driver for life.
And a word to your sponsor: since faster progress should
mean fewer lessons, our Fast Track course can be more
cost effective, with free driving lessons and a healthy block booking
discount, saving both time and money in the long run.
If you would like to book your free "Fast Track" assessment
with an Instructor