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Intensive Driving Course Benefits
Many people learn to drive by having a 1 hour Driving Lesson once a week.
The disadvantages of hourly driving lessons are:
It takes a long time to learn, usually several months.
Your learning can lack continuity, the first part of each driving lesson can be spent simply getting back to the standard you reached at the end of your previous driving lesson
You feel ‘out of practice’
If you miss a Driving lesson these disadvantages become even worse as there is a two week gap between driving lessons
It can be difficult to stay motivated because your Driving Test seems so far away
Advantages Of An Intensive Driving Course
An Intensive Driving Course can be the solution to getting through your driving test quickly, and avoiding some of the difficulties that hourly driving lessons can have.
Intensive Driving Courses are especially useful to people with very little spare time in their normal schedule to fit in driving lessons.
Take a week or two off work, do an Intensive Driving Course, and take your Driving Test.
An Intensive Driving Course is not an instant solution, however, learning to drive by having one lesson per week is likely to take several months.
An Intensive Driving Course can condense learning to drive into a week or two of driving tuition, and the whole process from planning to having a full driving licence taking only a few weeks.
You take your driving test at a time when you have been immersed in driving, and it has been the main focus for the last few days
You can fit all of your learning into just a week or two
You could have your full driving licence in just a few weeks time