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Driving School

Intensive Courses

  Intensive Courses

 Our intensive driving courses are designed for those pupils who are suited to learning at an accelerated rate of learning, for example:


  • Work may prevent you being in a location long enough to learn over a longer time period for example shop fitters, electricians.

  • That ideal job you always wanted that demands you can drive – you never seem to have the time to devote to driving lessons

  • You can take some annual leave and do the course and still have time for leisure.

  • Students moving away from home- needing the freedom to get about independently- half term courses might help.

Intensive Driving Courses are the most efficient, fastest and successful method of learning to drive. The Intensive Courses proven pass rate of 74% is significantly higher than the current national pass rate, which is only 43%, and even lower for first time candidates. (Source: Driving Standards Agency)


Before you start, we make sure that you have a full assessment to determine your driving ability and level of confidence. We then plan the rest of the course (modules, length etc.) around you! Towards the end of your training, we will set a minimum of one 40 min mock test for you to give you a realistic feel of what the practical test will be like.


Our priority is your progress and we will monitor this with you and provide feedback throughout the days you are learning.

   Intensive Courses plan


An intensive or Crash course can be condensed within a few days or spread out within a few weeks, it all depends on your ability to get time off work or studies and how you cope with high-intensity training.


The course can be structured as an:


  • Intensive:


4-6 hours per day undertaken over a few days up to a week or more. It helps if you have already mastered basic clutch control, brake and steering  skills suitable for people who show a good aptitude for driving, thrive off the pressure, and wish to pass as soon as possible


  • Semi-Intensive: 


Suitable for people who want to pass their test quickly but can’t take much time off work or studies and want to learn fast but at a comfortable pace. This course will be tailored around you. lessons will be planned for 1 or more days per week doing a minimum of 2 hours per day


The structure of the course can be discussed after the initial assessment of 2 hours. During this lesson, the instructor will assess your current driving ability and your rate of learning. The instructor can then determine how many hours you may need to be ready for your test.


 Typically the amount of hours you may need depends on many factors including previous experience, ability to multitask, having a natural aptitude for driving and a good dose of confidence. On average new drivers need  around 45 hours to learn how to drive and have the best chances to pass their practical test first time




  • 10 hours course:

        This is designed for people who have failed a test recently and need help getting to the required standard 


  • 15 hours

        suitable for learners who have good control of the car have driven on complex roads junction/roundabouts, attempted manoeuvres and may just                need help with polishing up their skills.


  • 20 hours

        Suitable for people who have good control of the car and able to drive fairly confident but need practice on manoeuvres and on complex junctions,


  • 25 hours

       A popular intensive driving course for people with some driving experience and feel competent with the basics 


  • 30 hours 

        Suitable for learners who have little driving experience and have mastered some clutch control, braking and steering skills


  • 40 hours 

        Suitable for learners who have little or no driving experience


 for Intensive course prices please contact us

What Next?

If you have a question that has not been answered by what you have read, do not hesitate to Contact Us.


Terms & Conditions



  • The instructor reserves the right to postpone the test if the pupil does not keep up with the course.

  • Intensive courses are not for all drivers due to the intense nature of the learning. The pupil and instructor will generally be able to understand by the second day of the course if the pupil is keeping up with the syllabus.

  • Candidates must reach a safe standard before sitting the practical driving test

  • Cancellation of the test at the last minute by the DVSA is beyond the control of Drive2Freedom, whilst a further date will be arranged by the DVSA Drive2Freedom will not be liable for any losses or disruption arising.

  • Payment is due in advance

  • A 30% deposit require

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