Our Areas Covered
Below is a list of the main areas we cover in the UK. It is in alphabetical order so you may need to scroll through to find your local town or City, if you cannot find your local area it doesn’t mean we can’t cover it for an intensive driving course as we do cover the majority of the UK. You will also see a map of where we can cover and are based. Note we do cover the majority of the UK.
If we can be of any more help please feel free to content us and we will be happy to answer any of your questions. We look forward to hearing from you and dealing with your requests and hopefully enrolling you on one of our intensive driving courses.
What are intensive driving courses?
Intensive Driving courses are an alternative to taking weekly lessons over a long time frame. If you are looking to pass your driving test as quickly as possible then an Intensive Driving Course is for you.
What if I accidentally go the wrong way on my test, will I be penalised?
It is really common for pupils to go the wrong way on a driving test, generally, this is due to nerves or challenges such as dyslexia. If you take a driving test, signal to turn in the proper way and follow that route, even if it’s the incorrect one, the examiner will not penalise you. However, if you suggest to turn one method and after that turn in the opposite direction, then you have actually driven incorrectly and you will be punished. See more frequently asked questions to help you understand and answer any queries you may have.
What course should I choose?
We have carefully put together 9 individual courses aimed at covering all aspects of your learning journey. Whether you’r a beginner, had a few lessons or have recently failed a driving test. We have a course perfect for you.
If I Pass My Driving Test When Can I Drive On My Own?
If you have passed your driving test then you can drive right away! There is no need to wait for your physical licence to arrive in the post. Please note i can take upwards of 3 weeks. If it has been significantly longer then we suggest to contact DVSA to chase it up.