For most pupils, depending on the number of tuition hours in their course, fastPass driving courses are taken over 5 or 10 days, although almost any time-scale can be arranged on request. They are entitely flexible, and we pride ourselves in the fact that we do not offer a “one-size fits all” solution. Our courses provide between 3 and 8 hours of one-to-one driver training every day, and are scheduled to start on a date that is mutually convenient to you and your allocated instructor. In most cases, the lessons are booked to lead up to the driving test at he end of the week.
Because a practical driving test can only be booked after you’ve passed your theory test, and because most people prefer to arrange their driving test as close as possible to the driving course itself, it follows that – for most pupils – the timing of a course will be firstly influenced by whether or not you’ve passed your theory test. If you haven’t, we can include the cost of a theory test in your course, (with access to our Free Online Theory Tests to help you prepare), and either book the driving course immediately but arrange the practical test as soon as you’ve passed your theory, or – if you prefer to have your practical test definitely arranged in the same week or fortnight of your course, you can wait until you’ve actually passed the theory before we confirm the precise course details. (Remember that all driving test dates are subject to DSA availability, which can vary from month to month.)
The other factor affecting course timing is theavailability of DSA practical tests in the area where you want the course to be booked. Some test centres have long waiting lists, but fastPass will be in regular contact with the DSA, up to a dozen times a day, and can accept a short notice test when one becomes available.
If you prefer weekly, (non-intensive), lessons with a local driving instructor, you should viisit our sister website: BookDrivingLessonsOnline.co.uk.