Learning to drive is one of those life stages many of us go through, and for some, it can be quite a lengthy process. If the thought of your first car is a long way off, one way to get there faster could be through an intensive driving course. Here are just a few reasons why this could an option for you…
Intensive driving courses tend to last around 7-10 days. Of course, this is as the name suggests (intense!), but it means you can take time off work to do it in bulk, or choose a time during college or university holidays to do so. You’ll learn in a short space of time, so if you’re naturally a fast learner, this route could be a perfect fit (and with us, you’ll get a free theory test pro revision access).
Intensive courses can help you save money (and therefore give you more to spend when looking at new cars!), as opposed to paying week on week. This is due to the bulk payment which is set before you begin the course, as opposed to choosing to have more lessons here and there when learning weekly. As you don’t need to wait months for a driving test like you do with normal lessons, you also won’t be spending extra cash getting in those last-minute lessons in the run-up to the big day, either.
Less risk of forgetting
If you take weekly, or even bi-weekly lessons, there’s a chance you could start to forget certain aspects of driving the less frequently you get behind the wheel. With an intensive driving course, you’re learning and retaining this info all within such a short space of time, that’s it all fresh in your mind when the time comes to take the test.
Higher success rates
Last but not least, intensive driving courses tend to have higher pass rates. So you could be behind the wheel of your very own car faster than you think! For more detail about our driving school, or the latest driving news, take a look at the rest of our blog, or get in touch.
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