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Tim (Telford) 07595233121

Karen (Wolverhampton) 07850323015



Why Intensive Courses Work

Intensive driving courses compress many months of hourly weekly lessons into one to two weeks. It has the advantage of maintaining pupil attention and interest, also less time is lost catching up from the previous lesson. It is the fastest and most cost effective method to obtaining your full driving license without any short cuts in standards. No L‘s driving school teaches “safe driving for life” and not just to pass your test.

Please note that in order to book an Intensive Driving Course, you must have first passed your Theory Test. This is because to book your practical driving test, we require your driving license number, theory test pass certificate and your date of birth.

When enquiring about booking an intensive driving course, please ensure that you provide us with a contact telephone number and your availability so that we may check for test dates that are suitable for you. When booking a test, the system will only hold a test date and time for 15 minutes and any delays in checking suitability may result in the date and time no longer being available.

What We Expect

  • ​You will need to have passed your theory before applying for an intensive course
  • You will need to be in possession of your provisional / full license
  • You must wear glasses or contact lenses if needed for driving.
  • You must be 100% committed to learning & passing your test


Your Course

  • ​Your ​​day will usually start at 09:00 and finish at 12:00, although we are flexible if required
  • You will be picked up from your home or other suitable pick up point, as arranged with your instructor
  • You will be required to read a standard vehicle number plate at a distance of 67 feet (20.5 meters)
  • You will have the same instructor throughout the duration of your course
  • You will use the same vehicle for training and your test
  • You will receive constructive and consistent tuition based on DSA syllabus
  • You will take your practical test on the last day of your course. This hour is included in your course hours
  • Your test will be in, or within reasonable distance from, Telford
  • Nervous pupils welcome – training adapted to suit
  • Ongoing regular debriefs​​​