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14 / 03 / 23

Intensive Driving Courses in Blackpool

National Intensive offers intensive driving courses in Blackpool and most of the UK! Intensive Driving Courses start from as little as just 5 hours, we can offer a male or female driving instructor. We can also help with the theory test as well as intensive driving lessons.

Theory Test Centres in Blackpool:

Theory tests are all about theoretical questions a candidate is asked about driving by the examiner. If the candidate has a strong grip over theoretical driving concepts, he/she will clear the test; otherwise, they will fail the theory tests. National Intensive has always recommended candidates visit Blackpool’s theory test centre for their theory tests. The test centre is located at Blackpool FY2 0TA, United Kingdom.

Practical Test Centres in Blackpool:

Clearing the practical driving test is quite hard as the instructor asks you to perform certain tasks practically. If you manage to perform those tasks successfully, you will proceed further, and if you fail to perform them, your application will be rejected. We always suggest our candidates take their practical driving tests at the practical test centre Blackpool, located at Warbreck Hill Road, Lancashire, Blackpool, FY2 0XE.

Blackpool Driving Test Pass Rates:

Everyone dreams of obtaining a driving licence, but only a few lucky ones tend to obtain it on the first attempt. Obtaining a driving licence is pretty hard because it consists of tests which are tough to clear. This is why most people fail to obtain a driving licence on the first attempt. If you ask about Blackpool’s driving test pass rates, according to a source, it is 47.6%.

Landmarks to Visit After Passing Your Driving Test:

Finally, you have succeeded in obtaining a driving licence in Blackpool. Now it’s time to celebrate your big day. You can celebrate it by visiting your friends and taking your family out for dinner, but I recommend exploring the city of Blackpool. Blackpool has many landmarks you can explore, which are:

  • Blackpool Tower: 

Blackpool tower is one of the most iconic landmarks in Blackpool, which is located in the heart of the city. The tower is Britain’s tallest man-made structure which is 518 feet, and was inaugurated in 1894. The tower’s design was inspired by the great Eiffel Tower, located in Paris.

During the day, Blackpool tower is crowded because it has five attractions and at night the tower is illuminated by 25,000 LED lights. These LED lights make the tower visible from miles around, grabbing the passers-by’s attention. Moreover, the tower is lit in different colours to show solidarity on important issues.

  • Blackpool Pleasure Beach: 

Blackpool Pleasure Beach is among the 20 famous theme parks in the world, which the Thomsons family has run since its inception in 1896. The park has the greatest number of roller coasters in the UK, which is 10.

  • Blackpool Tramway: 

The Blackpool Tramway is one of the oldest tram systems in the world. The tramway line is 11 miles long, and it begins at Fleetwood Ferry in the north and ends at Starr Gate on the edge of the Ribble Estuary.

The rounded English Electric Balloon vehicle, which served as the Blackpool Tramway’s emblem, has largely been replaced by the ultramodern Flexity 2 trams, which debuted in 2012. On weekends, bank holidays, some weekdays, and during the Illuminations in the fall, historical services are available if you’d like to ride one of the many beautiful vintage trams.

  • Winter Gardens: 

Winter Garden is an entertainment centre opened in 1878 and Opera Houses. It is one of the largest theatres in the UK, which can accommodate more than 3000 people at a time. This is just one of the multiple auditoriums in the Winter Gardens.

All the large venues in the Winter Gardens are on the ground floor and served by an Art Deco corridor with a metal and glass roof. Any day of the week, any time of the year, there will be concerts, dance performances, comedy shows, musicals, exhibitions and trade shows at this spectacular Grade II listed complex.

During refurbishment in the last few years, original plasterwork by the film set designer Andrew Mazzei has been uncovered and restored at the cafe.

  • Stanley Park: 

If you are into the history of the UK, you should not skip exploring Stanley Park. A respite from Blackpool’s glossy entertainment and arcades, the resort’s largest park is 260 acres, a mile east of the promenade.

The man behind the park’s design in the 1920s was the landscape architect Thomas Mawson, who was responsible for several buildings.

The most striking is the cafe, in an Art Deco style and overlooking the Italian Garden, adorned with statues (see the two Medici lions) and a beautiful marble fountain.

The boating lake close by is lovely, and on its southwest shore is a Neoclassical bandstand, also designed by Mawson and surrounded by amphitheatre seating.

How Can National Intensive Help You Become a Safe Driver?

National Intensive has always aimed to prepare candidates so that they become safe drivers. This milestone is accomplished with the help of our experienced and skilled drivers who teach driving from the basics to candidates. Our pool of skilled drivers is proficient at driving and has been teaching driving to freshies for years.

Candidates have always admired our intensive driving course in Blackpool. This is because we ensure whoever takes our intensive driving lessons in Blackpool becomes a skilled and safe driver.

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