Well, that's why you've managed to get a temporary driving license from DVLA and you're ready to find a driving school and get a motor vehicle. What next? Take regular lessons with a successful Driving School or go for an intensive driving course provided by the DSA approved by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA). Before I start, I can just say that as an ADI I'm not too keen on the concept of "driving disaster," I very much prefer the term "intensive driving course." If someone says "crash course" for me, I have visions that they want to drive my car around Northwich on 2 wheels with unfortunate speed! This is not the measure of successful driving school!
In this article we will deal with intensive driver training in its various forms. If you successfully do a Google search for "driving school driving courses," "fast-track courses" or "intensive driving lessons", you will get many choices ranging from intensive courses in the local area to training courses (19659002) First, let's break it into intensive driving courses
provided by driving schools usually in an area with plenty of hotels, a good example of this is Blackpool. Blackpool has become a bit of Inca Mecca and there are several schools that offer driving and accommodation lessons at very reasonable prices. Many people in London and Southeast Europe are taking this opportunity, as this is a very effective way to get a driving license (London driving lessons are much more expensive than in the north). Another advantage is that the volume of traffic, especially off-season, is significantly lower in the Northwest
You do not need to have had previous training for drivers to undertake an intensive course of disaster. You must have passed your theoretical try to start learning to drive, but the little experience and knowledge is quite long. It's really a great demand to come by not having an attempt to drive your driving in a 5-day intensive driving course.
Courses can work in different ways but usually spend the first day of the weekly intensive driving study theory and the second day of the course takes the theoretical test if the driving school can book a practical driving test with DSA
This is sometimes a problem with this type of driving test, the driving test is booked when a driving test is available. This means that even though you will take your driving lessons in one area – Blackpool, you can take your test in a completely different area – for example. Northwich. The downside here is that you will not be able to acquire any local knowledge in a given area and identify "hot spots" where it is easy to get caught in the driving test.
The next option is to go for a local successful driving school and have intensive driving lessons and test yourself in your own area (if DSA has not yet closed the driving test center!). The way I practice intensive courses (and I have had many successes this way) is to meet the driver after passing the test test, then go online on the website of the Driving Standards Agency and order a driving test for the near future , Intense driving is held back from the date of the test, for example:
1. The driving test is reserved for Friday 13 March at 2.30 pm
2. The last driving lesson is reserved to start on the morning of the 13th Friday and complete the test
3. The fourth day of the intensive driving lesson was reserved for the 12th
4. A third day of the intensive driving lesson is held for Weds 11th
5. And so on. etc.
I encourage students to get the best possible practice until the beginning of the first management lesson, and this practice can only involve driving around a parking lot or a small part of the private land. This is to try to develop your control skills as much as possible before the first driving lesson, it's easy to teach someone with control skills but little experience in the way, but for some control skills can be a major stumbling block and keep all learning
The right intense driving course for the right person can lead to excellent driving success, I have the results of over 90% of the intense driving in the first two driving and over 70% for the first time
As with all intensive courses to drive, there can not be a guard anthony that you will pass the intensive nature of driving courses in crashes, they are not for everyone, remember that you train your mind and body while driving, combining many skills in one and for some people this can take longer than the rest . If you lack coordination or you have difficulty assessing the dangers or speed and distance, then it may be better to take regular lessons and assume that it may take longer to be successful in the driving test. For most, however, who are successful in the driving test can help you by taking a good driving school. In my experience, I found that the right candidate with little prior training can definitely touch the driving standard and be successful in his driving test with weekly intensive driving
(If you found this article helpful please visit the author's website: http://www.successfuldrivingschool.co.uk)
(c) Andrew Davies 2010