Do intensive driving courses work?
Intensive course pass rates are higher.
The average pass rate for intensive driving course pupils is approximately 88%. The national average is 47% according to the DVSA.
Also sometimes referred to as ‘crash courses’ intensive driving courses are suitable for learners who want to pass their driving test in a much shorter timeframe than normal.
An intensive driving course will allow you to learn at a faster rate because everything you learn will be fresh in your mind and you are not waiting a week or more between lessons.
With weekly driving lessons, it’s sometimes easy to forget things. Clutch control for example, which is often one of the most difficult skills to master for a novice driver, is related to muscle memory and coordination, and spending several hours in one day using the clutch makes it easier to learn.
You will generally undertake the same training as you would with a longer series of conventional driving lessons with any Reading based driving school, but your intensive course can be tailored to focus on the areas of your driving skills that you’re least proficient with.
CONGRATULATIONS to Georgina Campbell from Ilkley for passing her driving test in Steeton today 23rd August.
CONGRATULATIONS Frank Ormston from York for passing his driving test in York today on his very first attempt
CONGRATULATIONS to Samantha Bolton from Preston for passing her driving test in Preston today 4th December with just 2 minor faults
CONGRATULATIONS to Tom Sutton from Penrith for passing his driving test on his very first attempt in Kendal
How many hours will I need?
There are no hard & fast rules, it depends on each indiduals needs.
It is logical to suppose that a learner driver who has had lessons in the past may need less hours to attain driving test level proficiency than a complete beginner. That is why we give some guidance.
But every person is different, and factors such as clutch control, coordination, ability to master new practical skills and confidence levels will always vary from person to person. Experienced learner drivers who are close to test standard, often require a few intensive driving lessons to prepare for their driving test, while new learner drivers taking their first driving lessons, tend to require one of our longer 42hr+ driving courses.
Your course will be with a local Reading based instructor who knows the area & roads very well, and he/she will agree with you how best to maximise your course hours. Intensive driving courses, intensive lessons available in All RG Postcode Areas (Reading) and all surrounding areas. Fully qualified driving instructors. All RG Postcode Areas (Reading). Towns covered are Basingstoke, Bracknell, Henley on Thames, Hungerford, Newbury, Reading & Greenham.
Our ‘Which Course is Right For Me?’ page provides useful help and guidance about choosing a course.
How do I go ahead & book?
Book your Reading driving course online.
- If you think you know which intensive driving course best suits your needs, simply proceed to the BOOKING PAGE and go from there.
- If you are unsure which course is best, firstly visit the ‘Which course is right for me’ page – this page has useful information on each course and what type of learner it typically suits.
- Alternatively, if you would like to speak to us for guidance, either call us on 0330 660 0121
- Or contact us via the online enquiry form on our CONTACT US PAGE.