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Intensive Driving Lessons

Intensive driving lessons, also known as crash courses, are a condensed form of standard driving lessons. They are designed for learners who want to pass their driving test as quickly as possible. Intensive driving lessons usually involve a high number of hours of instruction in a short period of time, such as a week or two. 


The intensive nature of these lessons can be challenging, and they are not suitable for everyone, but they can be a good option for learners who are confident in their driving abilities and who want to pass their test quickly.


Intensive driving classes are a great option for those who want to learn to drive quickly and efficiently, particularly those with limited time due to work or study. Classes can be taken in short, 2-5 hour sessions, allowing the course to be completed in just one or two weeks. 


However, it is important to note that passing a driving theory test is a requirement before starting these classes and booking a practical test with the DVSA. For those with tighter schedules, semi-intensive driving courses may also be considered, with less intense class sessions.


Although the upfront cost of an intensive driving course can be pricey initially, it may be a cost-effective option in the long run as it eliminates the expenses associated with weekly driving lessons and taking individual tests. 


A one-day course may cost around £200, but it is only suitable for those who need a few hours of practise before a test. A week-long crash course can cost around £1,000 and a two-week course may cost double that at over £2,000. While the cost may seem high, it should be noted that the average cost of an hourly driving lesson is around £30.


By taking an intensive course, it could save you money in the long run as the average person takes 45+ lessons to learn to drive, costing over £1,000, not including the costs of theory and practical tests.


YooDrive gives its consumers the opportunity to view all the course types offered by our instructors by simply viewing their profile. This means learners do not need to message several instructors to find out which courses they offer and can contact only those that meet their requirements. 

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