How long did it take you to pass your driving test? For most people the amount of time they take learning to drive will be measured in months. They might have a lesson or so every week, slowly building up the skills and knowledge they need to finally take and pass their driving test. For some people, such an approach takes too much time. These people will want to pass their driving test as soon as possible.
In these situations are the perfect solution. Rather than having an hourly lesson every week, you can spend up to six hours a day learning over continuous days. Before the week is up you’ll be in a position to pass your test with flying colours.
Some people just prefer to get learning to drive out of the way or find their learning style is best suited to intensive training. Other people will find it impossible to have weekly lessons because of commitments and might try to learn during their holidays. Others may need to learn to drive quickly for work purposes.
As well as saving time you could also save money. While lessons are priced at the same rate you could end up cutting costs because you’ll be spending more time learning new skills rather than refreshing the memory by going over old ground.
The advantages of an intensive course are clear for many people to see, but are there disadvantages? Apart from perhaps getting sick of the sight of some of Oxford’s roads there aren’t any. If you’ve got the commitment necessary you can pass your test in a matter of days or weeks, not months.