East England

Intensive driving courses...

... are almost a necessity in rural areas such as the East of England. With travelling time to and from the areas where the driving test centres are can take up much of the lesson time if taken in 1 to 2 hour blocks each week

Also a traditional non intensive driving course done at an hour or so at a time over several months will cost significantly more than an intensive driving course, which are planned in to suit your availability over just a few weeks or even days.

The government suggest 47 hours plus 22 hours private practice with friends and family is the average required to reach the driving test standard. Our Intensive driving courses have an average of about 35 hours per course and a much higher than average pass rate.

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...on your local postcode area to investigate availability of driving instructors and driving test dates

We have 8 different courses which can be completed in anything from 2 days to 6 weeks. There really is no quicker way to do it!

Our Instructors

With over 650 experienced driving instructors now working with us we are confident we can get the result you need both quickly and efficiently. We are constantly on the look out for new instructors and have a genuine commitment to use only the best available.

We choose them with the following conditions in mind -

  • They have to be experienced. (at least 2 years as an ADI)
  • They have to have good references and testimonials from previous pupils
  • They have to have a DSA driving instructor grade 5 or 6 at their last check test
  • They each have to maintain a good pass rate

  • It is our aim over the coming year to expand our base of driving instructors to 2000. This will give greater depth and breadth of coverage, enabling us to offer a quicker faster service.

    Traditionally, it takes around a year for a student to pass their driving test when taking about an hour a week. Some take longer whilst lots try and do it over 6 months or so.

    The waiting list for the theory test is often around 2 weeks, whilst the wait for the driving test is typically 6 to 12 weeks. We would suggest that all that waiting builds up the pressure more than necessary.

    A well planned intensive driving course reduces the whole event down to a few days, or weeks at the most.

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