Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Follow the link to the official DVSA site explaining the new format for the Show Me Tell Me questions.The biggest change is that you will be asked one of the questions as you are on the move.
New show me tell me questions.
New show me tell me questions.
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
The SK postcode covers a large area and there are test centres ranging from Bredbury to Cheadle Fire Station.The latter is a fairly new addition and gives those in the Cheadle and Wilmslow areas much better access to a driving test centre without having to drive across Stockport.Sale and Didsbury test centres are also options depending on your location.Wilmslow and Cheadle offer very good areas for beginners learning how to control the car before moving out into busy traffic.Our Intensive driving courses in Stockport,Cheadle and Wilmslow have high pass rates so you will have a very good chance of passing first time.
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Choosing a crash course in Manchester can be a little vague.Does that mean city centre or Oldham? Maybe Salford or Bury? Obviously its more convenient to do the intensive course in the area you live Most bigger towns have driving test centers so finding a local instructor who is familiar with test routes is important.Test centres have lengthy waiting lists but at Intensive Lessons4u we supply local hand picked instructors and a quick find driving test close to the end of your course.
Friday, April 14, 2017
Unlike normal driving lessons which can be spread over months(sometimes years),they are condensed into weeks with a test found usually within 3 weeks of the course starting.At Intensive Lessons4u there is flexibility so it doesn't always have to be squeezed into a week.The course can be tailored to fit the clients availability.Maybe 6 hours 1 week and 14 hours the following week for example.Sometimes its not possible to take holidays consecutively so we understand and are happy to work with you.
Monday, March 13, 2017
Choosing the correct intensive driving course is an important decision to make,Get it wrong and it will cost you time and money with re taking the test.A complete beginner on average will need a minimum of 30 hours professional tuition and remember you will need 2 hours for the test day itself which includes a lesson before the test. If your driving privately as well then that can reduce the number of hours you need.Your course provider will have information on the website relating to each course and more professional companies will have a phone number to call where advise will be available to help with your decision.
Sunday, February 26, 2017
If you are in a hurry to pass your test,maybe for work reasons or just dont fancy doing lessons over a longer period then an intensive or crash course would make sense.You would need time to take the course so if working then taking time off is required.You would also need to have flexibility to take time off for a short notice driving test.Courses are more expensive then normal driving lessons but factor in the test fee and ability to provide a cancellation test.Test waiting lists can be up to 12 weeks in some areas so this function is important and the test should be no later than 3 weeks after the course starting.Usually for those in full time education an intensive course is not suitable due to the flexibility required.The next thing to decide is the type of course you require.Courses are broken down into days and hours relevant to the pupils experience.Its important to choose the correct course or you could find yourself unprepared, feeling under pressure and reducing the chances of passing.Most course providers will have information on the website guiding you or alternatively a number to call with helpful advice.