Which Intensive Driving Courses in Nuneaton should I take?
Reduce the number of lessons you need to pass your driving test with one of these popular Intensive Driving Courses in Nuneaton, Hinckley and Atherstone.
Read what other other people say about the courses on offer – check out the many independent customer reviews below and our advice about guaranteed pass courses.
Next available start April 16th 2018 or 23rd April 2018
49 Reviews – Yell.com
30 Reviews – Google
What are the official DVSA figures for hours spent learning to drive?
According to the figures put out by the DVSA [Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency] the so called “average learner” has an average of 67 hours behind the wheel. This is broken down into 45 hours training with an Approved Driving Instructor and 22 hours of private lessons with a family member or friend.
I have just passed my driving test in under 2 weeks from starting my first lesson with Shaun. Always on time to the minute. Such easy methods of learning and explaining everything in detail – stopping after silly mistakes to explain where I’d gone wrong which helped me so much to get it in my head so that I didn’t do it again. I felt instantly relaxed learning with Shaun – very chatty too which helped as it could have felt quite regimented being I was learning so much in such a short space of time. But I didn’t find any of it overwhelming.
Fantastic service from start to finish – from booking my intensive driving course with Colin – to heading home after passing my test with Shaun. I would highly recommend this to anybody looking at passing their test in a short space of time.
Thank you again Shaun & Colin 🙂
How do our intensive driving courses in Nuneaton compare?
Figures vary a little from month to month but tend to average out at around an 85% success rate! With drivers averaging around the 35 hour mark which is considerably less than the official figures. 10 hours less could equate to a saving of about £240!
How are longer driving lessons more effective?
Drivers benefit from keeping lessons close together and learning to drive in longer sessions. This allows the development of new skills to be achieved quicker and most importantly remembered! With a skilled instructor, a driving lesson lasting 2 to 3 hours is perfectly manageable and enjoyable. If the driving instructor is familiar with providing driving lessons of this duration then you should find the structure of the session varied and interesting way. In short, there are more options available to both instructor and pupil.
Many learner drivers report being frustrated with a lack of progress with one hour driving lessons. By the time a recap from the previous lesson has been carried out and a discussion of what the new session entails, time could be down to 45/50 minutes.
Distance is also another factor. Given that most driving lessons start and finish in the same location, if the actual driving time is limited to 35/40 minutes, how far from the pick up point will you travel? Will this really prepare you to learn the necessary skills to drive safely and pass your driving test?
Of course, everybody is a little different when it comes to learning new skills – the figures are meant as a guide and cannot be taken as fixed. It maybe you need a few less or a few more than the average.
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The truth about guaranteed pass courses
We cannot and do not claim that you are guaranteed to pass your course. The reality is, no driving school or instructor in the country, however competent can guarantee you will pass your driving test. Of course it doesn’t stop companies or individuals saying this in their marketing or cloaking it in some way. You might find hidden in the small print of terms and conditions that the guarantee actually refers to something completely different to the eye catching headline or there are additional conditions that apply.
Nuneaton Driving Test Centre Information
54 Vernons Lane
Parking: No parking spaces are available at the test centre
Toilets: Male and female toilets are available
Disabled access: This centre has no wheelchair access