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Pass Faster - Intensive Driving Courses

Pass Faster - Intensive Driving Courses

74 Lound Rd Darnall Sheffield South Yorkshire S9 4BL

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0114 419 0238

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Description Pass Faster - Intensive Driving Courses provides intensive driving courses in Sheffield include a fast track practical test at your local driving test centre. This will depend largely on your budget and time commitments and the availability of your instructor. However, one of the most effective ways of learning is to have two or three lessons each week, with practice in between. As you have to pass the theory test before you can apply for the practical driving test, combining your lessons with your studies helps you prepare for both elements at the same time. Some people do need to learn more quickly, for example, if a job depends on having a driving licence. In these cases, an intensive course leading up to a pre-booked practical test can seem an attractive option. Before committing yourself, however, it would be sensible to arrange for an assessment so that your instructor can establish whether or not you are likely to be up to the required standard in time. Even then, you need to bear in mind that learning to drive over a relatively short period can be stressful and tiring. Remember that you will still have to pass the theory test first! If you have a good instructor, you should have been able to answer yes to most of these questions. If you can’t, then you should try to discuss the problems. If you are offered no remedy, you should perhaps consider looking for another driving instructor. Remember – it’s your money and your choice Learning to drive takes a great deal of concentration, especially in the early stages. To maintain your concentration you must be comfortable when driving. Visit the toilet before your lessons. Get ready in plenty of time so that you can spend a few minutes relaxing. This will help you collect your thoughts and prepare yourself mentally for driving. Being worried or stressed will not help your concentration. Try to avoid any arguments before going out – they will put you in the wrong mood for learning. Even just feeling ‘under the weath

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