Brian Garner Driving Tuition

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Your key to driving test success!

Nottingham - Melton Mowbray

Why an Intensive Course?

Intensive driving courses are becoming more popular with the learner. Recent government studies have concluded that such courses are the most efficient, convenient and cost effective method of learning to drive. The main advantage of taking a structured driving course is that you are condensing months of weekly driving lessons into a small period of time, usually within one or two weeks. Because you are out on the road every day, you spend much less time picking up from where you left off, and more time concentrating on your driving.

How many hours would I need?

Never an exact science, how many hours you’ll require will depend on your ability to learn quickly, access to private practice and on any previous driving experience,  even riding a bike or motorbike can have a bearing on how long it takes you to learn to drive a car safely and to test standard. The table below will give some indication of how long you may need.






For those with plenty of experience or who have recently failed a test



For those who have some experience but aren’t test ready



For beginners with a little experience and for quick learners



For absolute beginners and nervous pupils with no previous experience.

Please Note, DSA Test Fees are NOT included in the above prices, intensive courses must be paid for in full before or on the day of the first lesson.

When should I start an Intensive Course?

The best way is to pass your theory test first (I can help with that if you need it) Then call me to book a free hour assessment before booking and paying for your course, we then book your test and time the course to end just prior to your test date.

As with any type of driving course, there can be no guarantee that you will pass your test first time, I do however guarantee that I will teach you all the skills required to drive safely and pass. On the day it’s down to you!

How much you drive each day is subject to mutual availability, learning to drive can be very stressful at times so I recommend that you begin with a 2 hour lesson and build up to a maximum of 6 hours per day, this can be extended if required subject to pupil learning ability and endurance…and safety!