Exeter and Newton Abbot areas

Automatic Intensive driving courses

intensive driving courses

Exeter and Newton Abbot intensive driving courses
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REVIEWS

Andry LincolnAndry Lincoln

Alan is a brilliant instructor, so patient and willing to listen to your worries and doubts. Couldn't have passed without him. Thanks again al. 👍

Connor

Awesome people! Not a bad word to say. Very supportive and patient, and truly care and want the best for you. Very highly recommend!!

Courtney

An absolute professional, patient, clear instructions and excellent guidance. First lot of lessons after lockdown with all PPE. It can’t be easy but Alan’s worked it out to keep everyone as safe as it can be. Thank you Alan,

What the parent says

A huge thank you for helping me pass my test first time and for being so friendly and supportive during my course. I would definitely recommend doing an intensive course

Ceri

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Andry Lincoln

Automatic - Free driving test on 20 hour + courses

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FAQ

  • How long is the driving test
    The car driving test will last for around 40 minutes and comprise of possibly 2 manoeuvers. One tell me question will be asked at the start of the driving test after an eyesight check has been carried out. During the driving test a show me question will need to be answered whilst keeping safe control of the vehicle.
  • When can I take my driivng test?
    At the age of 17 for most people you can apply to take your driving test, it is important that you seek driving instruction by a qualified instructor prior to taking your driving test. This will make sure you are safe, you will not loose money by failing and have to retake the driving test
  • Which is the best car to take a driving test in?
    Your options are a manual or automatic car, the choice is yours on which vehicle you choose. If you pass your driving test in a manual car, you will also be able to drive an automatic vehicle. If you pass in an automatic vehicle you will not be able to drive manual cars.
  • When should I take my theory test
    You will need to pass your theory test before applying for the driving test. The theory test certificate lasts for two years. Not having passed the theory does not stop you training in a car but it will prevent the booking of a driving test
  • Is the Motorway and night driving course worth taking?
    Both course are worth taking because they will help you stay safer on the road. " You don't know what you don't know" Motorway and night driving are differnet to the training you have had prior to taking your driving test, we would suggest once you have had experience in driving on your own that you look at all further training options.
  • Is Intensive Driving Course for me
    They are not the answer for everyone, they are by definition intensive. If you take your time in making decisions or find it difficult to learn new processes, then you might be better taking a slower learning program
  • Do Intensive Driving Courses Work?
    Yes they do achieve good results, however this is dependant on the instructor and the ability of the trainee picking up new learning processes quickly. Our main driving instructor was trained by the British armed forces to conduct intensive driving courses.
  • How many driving lessons do you need to pass a driving test
    This will depend on how much time you have previously spent learning to drive. This time could have been taken with friends, family or a driving instructor. If you are not sure book an assessment and we will be able to help you with the time you might need.

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