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Intensive Driving Courses Sheffield

Intensive Driving School offer Intensive Driving Courses in Sheffield and all surrounding areas. We have over 30 years experience in providing Intensive Driving Courses throughout Sheffield. To book your intensive course or for further information please read below or contact us and we will be happy to help.

Beginner or Skilled Driver, we have the Intensive course for you!

If you are a skilled student driver or a complete newbie we have the best intensive driving course in Sheffield for you, simply give us a call or message us for a chat with our team to get an idea of how many driving lessons you may require. Below is a list of Prices and descriptions of our courses designed for all types of learners and experience.

Call us on: 0333 355 1421 – Monday–Friday 8am–8pm.    Saturdays 9am–5pm.

We cover the whole of Sheffield and surrounding areas including; Aston, Bamford, Barlow, Bolsterstone, Bradfield, Brinsworth, Carr & District, Catcliffe, Chapeltown, Dronfield, Dungworth & Storrs, Eckington, Elsecar, Grindleford, Hathersage, Killamarsh and Mayfield

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“I recently completed my Intensive Course with my insutorctor Grant. I am so happy to say i passed my test and just want to thanks everyone at Intensive Driving School for your help along the way”

Elise Jones – Sheffield

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2 day driving course

Re-test 5 Hour Course

This course is suitable if you have had recently failed a driving test and require a few lessons to brush up your skills and take a quick re-test. The Re-test course generally takes place over 2 days but can be changed to suit your schedule.

3 day driving course

Nearly Test Standard 10 Hours  Course

This course is for people with a lot of driving experience and feel they are close to the driving test standard, maybe you have failed in the past and not driven for a few months. This course generally takes place over 3 days with the driving test book for the last day but can be changed to suit your schedule.

4 day driving course

Nearly there 14 Hours Course

This course is ideal if you have good car control and require brushing up on manoeuvres. You should have had at least 25 hours of lessons before embarking on this course. Generally taken over 4 days with the driving test booked for the last day but can be changed according to your schedule.

5 day driving course

Halfway There 20 Hours Course

The Halfway there course is for learners that have good basic car control and have had approximately 20 hours of previous driving experience also popular with learners that have been test standard in the past but have not driven for some time. Generally taken over 5 days with the driving test book for the last day however, this can be changed to suit your commitments.

6 day driving course

Driven Before 25 Hours Course

This course is suitable for learners who have driven between 10 – 20 hours before. They should have a good knowledge of msm routine, good clutch control and be able to turn left and right and deal with road junctions with guidance. This course is taken over 6 days with the driving test booked on the last day however, this can be more or less to suit you.

7 day driving course

Beginners 30 Hours Course

Confident beginners course is most suited for learners with a small amount of experience under their belt but if you feel you have a natural aptitude towards driving and are generally one of those people that pick things up quick then this may be the course for you. The 7 day course is very popular with people starting on the Monday and passing their driving test the following Monday

8 day driving course

Beginners 35 Hour Course

This course would suit an average learner with little or no previous driving experience. You could possibly pass your driving test in just 8 days rather than 8-10 months. This course can be held over more or less days if required.

9 day driving course

Beginners 40 Hour  Course

This course is suitable if you have had no experience in driving before. It gives you just that little bit longer behind the wheel to dot the I’s and cross the T’s. Typically taken over 9 days with the driving test booked for the last day. This can be longer if required to suit your schedule.

10 day driving course

Beginners Gold Course

This course is suitable if you have had no experience of driving before. It gives you just that little bit longer behind the wheel. Includes 45 Hours. Generally taken over 10 days with the driving test booked for the last day however, this course can be arranged over a longer period to suit you.

A Few Of Our Recent Passes

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What Course do I need to pass my driving test?

DVLA suggest that you have in between 40-60 expert hours with a driving trainer together with around 20 hours with friends and family, we would constantly advise a minimum of a total of 40 hours. For example, if you have already had 15 hrs of driving lessons in the past we would recommend the 25 hour course to get ready for your test.

Do I need to pass my theory test before I can take an intensive driving course in Sheffield?

No, you do not need to have passed your theory test to book an intensive driving course, see how to pass you theory test. We offer free theory tests with all of our courses! You do however need to have passed your theory test in order to book a driving test. We can arrange and book both your theory test and practical driving test.

Nearest Driving test centre to Sheffield

Driving Standards Agency
508, Middlewood Road
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S6 1TQ

Toilet Facilities: Yes

Tests Provided: Car & Approved Driving Instructor Part 3

Candidate Parking: Yes

 

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