When you learn to drive in a short period of time than usual is classed as intensive driving course.
A typical intensive driving course involves 6 or more hours driving in one week and in many cases a learner can undertake 6 hours driving just in one day.
Intensive driving courses are no longer than 2 weeks and in most cases a learner undertake 30 to 42 hours driving in a week.
Semi-intensive courses can be between 1 to 12 weeks and in general 1 lesson is no longer than 3 hours.
Non-intensive or conventional driving courses could take between 6 months to 1 year before you sit the test and lessons are usually no longer than 2 hours.
If you like to get the licence in couple of weeks than intensive course is perfect for you.
Good for forgetful people
Short gaps between lessons makes easier to remember the skills you learned in the last lesson and regular practice helps to retain the information.
It can be tiring and nerve-racking and some time even when you want to reschedule you won't be able to, because of the availabilty of instructor or the next date for the driving test.
Can a teacher guarantee A* for every student in A Levels?
It's not always about the teacher/instructor, Mr. Dundee couldn't make another Md. Ali.
If you've been offered a guarantee to pass please read the terms & conditions carefully.
We offer intensive and semi-intensive courses as well as the conventional driving courses.
Take an assessment lesson with the instructor if you can't decide which one is best for you and your driving instructor can advice if you should go for conventional, intensive or semi-intensive course before you commit.