Residential driving schools are designed to get you through the driving test as quickly as possible. They are done in areas of the country which have good, nice, quiet roads so you can easily prove to your instructor that you are a safe, competent and confident driver.
They often are a lot more expensive than taking lessons (usually around the £600 mark), so why should you make the considerable investment in this course? Well this article will look at the reasons for a residential driving school.
The first thing is that you can pass a lot quicker than if you stop and started lessons from the beginning. You usually get one driving test at the end of the week, which you – like the normal driving tests – can either pass or fail. Even if you fail you still have a remarkable head start, cheaper than if you started driving normally.
Furthermore, residential driving courses are designed to be passed. You are in a secluded residential area of the country, away from distractions of modern life, and you’re on your own. The only thing you can do is driving, driving and more driving!
Finally, you become a better driver because of it! Normally when you learn to drive, you are driving on familiar roads, that even as a passenger you have a rough idea of speed, how to take the corners and the like. With a residential driving school you will find yourself in a new town, you’re starting a fresh, so you’ll be able to judge speeds & distances better once you’ve passed.
These are only 3 of the reasons why you – if you’re learning to drive – should join a residential driving school. There are many more, but I’ll leave them to you to find out. In the meantime, good luck!
Intensive Driving Courses offer a residential driving school, allowing you to learn to drive in double quick time. They are also an advanced driving school, and can teach you to pass the pass plus scheme.
If you are one of the thousands of learner drivers who have considered taking a ‘driving crash course’ designed to enable you to pass your test in the quickest possible time, make sure you do your research and find a reputable driving school, or a good recommendation from somebody who has passed their driving test recently.
Our week driving courses are designed to assist you in offering the best chance of passing your driving test once having passed your theory exam. Having taken at least 6 one hour lessons with a professional driving Instructor previously is recommended, so if you are currently learning to drive and you would like to consider taking part in a one week learn to drive course to rapidly find the success and freedom of passing your test, abcdriving.co.uk could be the answer for you.