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August 21

Why do you not do intensive driving courses

Before I get myself in trouble with driving instructors who do teach intensive courses, can I just state here now the comments here are just my own personal opinion.

I really do think you have to be a quick learner driver to have a chance of passing your driving test first time after taking a short intensive driving course. Driving is a life skill like maths and English at school. Think about it if somebody told you, you could get a Top-Grade A level in maths or learn a language in 7 days, starting with lesson one on Monday with your test on Friday how do you think you would get on? Well, that’s how lots of intensive driving courses work.

I must admit I’m an old-fashioned instructor when it comes to learning to drive and much prefer to do maybe 2-3 lessons per week over a longer period, giving you chance to digest your lessons and to cope with varying road conditions over a longer time. For example, it’s easy to complete a 5-day intensive driving course without any experience of driving in the rain.

About the author 

Graham

Graham is a grade A , multi award winning driving instructor. He is comitted to offering a first class customer experience to all customers of Get Driving Today. He has been an instructor since 2007 and has owned his own driving school since 2009.
In his spare time Graham firmly believes in "family comes first", and is a keen Wigan Warriors rugby league supporter.

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