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Driving lesson packages

Pick a driving lesson package to suit your needs. We offer driving lesson’s in automatic and manual and have driving packages from  pay-as-you-go,to block bookings and intensive courses.

What is an Intensive Driving Course?

Intensive driving courses are designed for learner drivers who want to pass their driving test in a short space of time. Those who have never driven before can be up to test level within a matter of four weeks. Those who have driven before, or need to retake their driving test, can be test ready in as little as one/two weeks.

During an intensive driving course you could be driving for several hours a day.

 

The content on an intensive driving course is the same as a regular driving lessons. Except that it is structured in a way that allows pupils to learn much faster.

U drive plus will be completely honest with you and manage expectations in a proper manner. We don’t make promises we can’t keep.

 

How Long Do Intensive Driving Courses Take?

 

The length of your intensive driving course depends on your previous driving experience and the speed in which you learn. If you’ve never driven a car before you will need much more intensive training than someone who has driven before, in this instance we may recommend a longer course. If you’ve driven before and need a refresher before taking your driving test you may only need a week long course. Both of these periods are far less than the time it would take to pass your test with weekly driving lessons.

However, everyone is different, which is why we have one of our expert driving instructors assess your current driving ability and your learning speed before you book any of our intensive driving courses.

Benefits of Intensive Driving Courses

Intensive driving courses are condensed, which allows learners to retain everything they have learnt much better. whereas with weekly driving lessons you may waste some time as you get back up to speed from your previous lessons due to the break. Due to the large amount of driving you’ll do in a short period of time you’ll build up and maintain your confidence driving a lot easier

 

Who Are Intensive Driving Lessons Ideal for?

Intensive driving lessons are suited to drivers of all levels, including:

* Learner drivers with little or no experience, who would like to get up to speed quickly, or who are not making the progress they hoped for

* Drivers with a lot of experience, who either need to retake their driving test or are close to test level and are looking for a quick, proven intensive driving training program to help pass their practical driving test in two weeks or less

Intensive Driving Course Prices

The price of your intensive driving course will vary depending on your previous experience. If you’ve never driven before you will need a longer, more intensive course, if you have some previous driving experience you’ll need a shorter course –

 

How Do I Get Started with Intensive Lessons?

To get started with our intensive driving courses there are two simple steps.

 

Step 1 – Assessment Driving Lesson:

Firstly, we’ll take you on an assessment lesson lasting two hours. This lets our expert instructors identify whether you need one week of intensive training or more, and the number of lessons you’ll need to pass your driving test. After all you don’t want to pay for a full four week course if you could easily pass in two. This also gives you the chance to see if you like the driving instructor and car you’re placed with, as it’s important you’re as comfortable as possible.

 

Step 2 – Book Your Recommended Intensive Course:

Once your assessment driving lesson is over we will recommend the length of course you require. It’s then up to you to choose the weeks, days and times for your lessons that suit you. We’ll also arrange a place to meet your instructor which is suitable for you, whether that’s your home, work or college.

 

“You drive we teach”

 

if you would like more information on intensive courses or selecting the appropriate package for your needs visit the dvsa.

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