Intensive Driving Course for Experienced DriversIntensive road experience – if you’re new to the UK or out of practice – 12 hours spread over 4 days (3 hours a day
If it’s been several years since you last drove, you may want some help getting back into the swing of things. If you’ve just arrived from overseas, you’ll have noticed that British roads take some getting used to.
But the one thing you have in common is a desire to get back behind the wheel. And the sooner the better. Maybe you’re about to start a new job. Or perhaps you’ve had a promotion, a change in working patterns, or a house move. Whatever the cause, the Fast Track intensive driving course will give you the confidence you need to get back on the road.
We’ll help you pack in as much learning as you can handle. If you want to move faster or slower, we can work around your needs and ambitions. If there are some days you can’t make, we work that in too.
The Fast Track course is only for drivers who can legally drive in the UK. That includes all drivers who come from any country in the European Union or the European Economic Area. Drivers from anywhere else will have to exchange their licence for a UK driving licence if they want to drive on British roads for more than 12 months. Many of those non-EU drivers will also have to take a UK driving test – ideally within 12 months of arriving in the UK.
Drivers from anywhere else will have to exchange their licence for a UK driving licence if they want to drive on British roads for more than 12 months. Many of those non-EU drivers will also have to take a UK driving test – ideally within 12 months of arriving in the UK.
To find out if you have to take a UK driving test, call the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) on 0870 240 0009 several months before your 12-months have elapsed. If you do have to take a test, we can help you prepare for it well in advance of your 12-month deadline.
Before you start your Fast Forward course, we always assess your skills. That helps us make sure the course is right for you – and that you’re right for the course.
That’s also the time to talk through your course programme with your instructor. They can adapt the pace and length to suit your needs and your availability.
They’ll do their best to fit your course around your other commitments.