Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn!

Intensive Driving Courses are a bane and thorn in the side of the conventual driving schools. Driving schools such as RAC, AA, BSM and RED are mostly out to sell you driving lessons. These companies want to sell you this thought that because they drag your lessons out over a long period of time or learning to drive. Nothing can be further from the truth. The cheque mechanism and testing system for people who do for ever driving lessons or those that do intensive driving courses is exactly the same. The only difference is that an intensive driving course is much more efficient and effective than driving lessons spread over a long time.

The main difference lies in that the intensive driving course can get you test ready and capable of passing the DVSA driving test in as little as 14 days from the 1st contact. Whereas, the forever driving lessons course can take you anything from 1 1/2 to 3 years. Further, the intensive driving course, because it is focused will eventually cost you anything from 15 to 30% less than the conventional driving lessons course.

When you do an intensive driving course the driving instructor, and you the student are focused on a continuous learning program with a fixed objective. One of the major advantages of an intensive driving course is the focus on continuous progressive learning and the work orientated objective will help you to achieve the successful pass in much less time.