Intensive driving courses in Scunthorpe and Brigg
If you take an intensive course of driving lessons in Scunthorpe or Brigg with us you could pass your driving test and go home with a brand new driving license…in just a few days!
You could start a ‘crash course’ on your 17th birthday and be driving your own car, on your own, as little as ten days later!
To help you get your driving licence as quickly as possible we use a dedicated test cancellation service that will find you a really early test date. We’ll also help you pass your theory test if you haven’t already done so.
How many hours will I need?
Not everyone needs the same amount of lessons to pass their test so we can create an intensive driving course just for you based on an initial assessment that costs £19 - which is refunded if you take any of our popular courses.
How much will an intensive course cost?
Our prices are fully inclusive. No hidden extras. The price you pay includes all your lessons, the cost of the driving test itself (£62) and the cost of hiring the car on the day of your test. We'll even book your test for you! Examples of our prices are below but we'll tailor your course to you after an initial assessment. You won't pay for more hours than you need, that's a promise!
How are intensive courses structured?
Intensive driving courses (so called 'crash courses') can be structured in many different ways. The 'classic' intensive driving course would be spread over one or two weeks, e.g.:
- Day 1-5: 9am to 3pm driving (with as many breaks as you need);
- Day 6: take test, get driving licence!
Or you could have one full day of lessons a week or have 2x2 hour lessons a week - there are lots of options. You choose the one that suits you best.
If you want a no obligation chat about your options, please call Steve Watson on 07840055462 or send us an email.
Intensive courses - prices
The prices below are just a guide – you could pay less.
We know, for example, that not every beginner needs 40 hours. If you pick new things up quickly and have good co-ordination you may only need thirty hours to get up to test standard. So after we’ve given you an intial assessment we would offer you a thirty hour course. Simple.
And unlike other driving schools, we will give you the opportunity to meet your instructor and drive the car before you commit to an intensive course.
- Gold courses are for beginners or for people who have only had a few lessons, possibly some time ago.
- Silver courses are ideal for people who have reached a reasonable standard of driving. You’ve probably had between ten and twenty hours of driving lessons recently.
- Bronze courses are for you if you’re driving at a good standard and just need to brush up on a few things. Or perhaps you have just failed a driving test.
** If you are (or were) a key worker you can get a discount off the prices below. Please get in touch to find out more.
Don't want to take six months or more to learn to drive? In a hurry to pass your driving test?
The Gold course syllabus
Hours 1-15 – After this initial stage, you will feel comfortable driving on quiet, low speed roads with light traffic. You’ll know how to move away from the side of the road safely, use the mirrors when turning and be able to change gear. We’ll also introduce some reversing manoeuvers.
- Car controls
- Driving away safely
- Stopping safely
- Starting on a hill
- Turning and use of mirrors
Hours 16-25 – By the end of this second stage, you’ll be able to demonstrate good car control, be able to drive in medium traffic, be able to carry out all the reversing manoeuvers and negotiate complicated junctions and roundabouts.
- Bigger roundabouts
- Meeting situations
- Pedestrian safety
- Town centre traffic systems
You will also be able to stop the car in an emergency.
Hours 26-38 – You’ll now be focusing on the driving test itself. You’ll spend time practicing difficult turns, junctions, using a sat nav, crossroads, busy roundabouts as well as becoming familiar with the road layout near to the test centre.
Hours 38-40 – Test day! Time to pass your driving test 🙂