Crash driving courses can be booked by our intensive driving school anywhere in Accrington.
Lessons are arranged in a manual or automatic car, with dual-controls, and including a practical test, with a theory test, too, if required.
If you want to learn to drive in just one or two weeks, our Accrington intensive courses can offer between 3 and 8 hours of concentrated driving lessons, every day, over an agreed number of days.
This generally leads to a driving test at the end of the week, and all tuition is conducted by fully qualified local driving instructors.
Even if you haven’t yet passed your theory test, this can be organised as part of your course, and we offer free online theory tests with thousands of questions and hundreds of video clips to help you pass. If you’ve booked your own test, fastPass, can arrange local lessons up to that test date for you.
Our fastPass residential course may suit you best if you have already passed your theory test and need to take your driving test quickly even if there is a long waiting period at you local test centre!
If you are willing to travel we are able to book tests within 14 days in some parts of the country and we’ll make the necessary arrangements for you, although any additional cost for travel and accommodation will need to be met by you.
(All extra charges for travel or accommodation will need to be added to any course charge provided on this site)
Knowing what course to take will be made easier for you using our Course Calculator.
Giving the best prices and earliest availability in Accrington, the Calculator will guide your decision..
Once you’ve chosen a course, you must pay a deposit then we’ll confirm the exact details and reserve the instructor, and confirm everything in writing to you.
This might give you an idea of what’s available:
- If you’re a Total beginner, we’d suggest 40+ hours over 1 or 2 weeks
- If you’re a Novice, we’d suggest 30 to 40 hours over 1 or 2 weeks
- If you’d class yourself as “Intermediate”, 25 to 30 hours should suit
- As an Experienced learner you might need 15 to 20 hours
- If you Recently failed a test, 10 hours might be enough.
Once we’ve recommended a course for you, you can pay the deposit by phoning us between 8 and 8 weekdays, or between 9 and 5 on Saturdays.