We cover Swindon, Chippenham and Newbury test centre locations and offer driving courses tailored to each indvidual's requirements in the area they will be taking their test.
Learning with an intensive driving course means that your training will be over a few days rather than what could otherwise be many months. Everything you learn will stay fresh in your mind, encouraging a new confidence in your driving to grow. Because the driving test is taken as part of your course, it is possible for you to learn to drive and pass the practical UK driving test in 7 days or less. Yes, you could learn to drive, pass your test and obtain your driving license in just one week.
As a you driving, you may feel you're tired after your first day's tuition, mainly due to taking in so much new information, but each day unfolds you will find that you will feel more lively and everything becomes easier and more intuitive.
With Best Driving Courses there is a wide choice of available courses. It needs only for you to decide on the course best suited to your experience and requirements. We can help you find out which course is right for you, just give us a call or email us and we'll be happy to assist. Our courses are structured for all types of students, from those who have previously failed driving tests to candidates who are complete beginners. Everyone can benefit from Best Driving Courses.
Although it is possible to undertake an intensive course before passing your theory test, you cannot take the practical driving test unless you have successfully passed the driving theory test. We therefore strongly advise that pupils take and gain their theory test pass certificate as soon as possible. >> Please click here to book your theory test
"I highly recommend Alan as your driving instructor I had the most amazing week learning to drive, we had a great laugh and he is so patient and a fab instructor! I passed today first time with only one minor from the show me tell me question. Can't thank him enough for all his support! Thank you so much again!"