Intensive “crash” driving courses in Atherstone

“Crash” driving courses can be organised in Atherstone by fastPass Driving School.
Included will be a theory and practical driving test, with driving lessons conducted in dual-controlled automatic or manual tuition cars.

Our school specialise in providing courses that are done within a one to two week period, allowing the pupil to complete 3 to 8 hours of lessons a day depending on the course chosen.
Most of our courses are arranged with the practical test done on the last day of the course, with all the lessons leading up to that day, and all courses being given by a fully qualified instructor.

We offer free online theory training, (if you haven't already passed it), which has over 2,500 mock questions and 135 hazard perception video clips to help you prepare for the theory test. We can even provide a quick “lessons-only” course if you have already booked your own practical driving test.

If you need to take a practical test quickly and have already passed your theory test, a residential course could be your best answer. There are some areas in the UK where tests are available almost on demand, but you will have to pay extra for bed and breakfast and to get to that area to take the course, but we’ll do the extra work necessary to make those arrangements if that’s what you want to do.
(The additional costs associated with residential courses are not included in our website quote.)

fastPass has created the Intensive course Calculator to help you select the right course for you.
This will show the most suitable course for you in Atherstone offering available dates and the cost of the course
The exact details of the course length and lesson times will be explained to you once the deposit has been paid.
These are the details that will influence your course selection

  • “Total beginner” course is 40+ hours over 1 or 2 weeks
  • “Novice driver” course is 30 to 40 hours over 1 or 2 weeks
  • “Intermediate learner” course is 25 to 30 hours over 1 or 2 weeks
  • “Experienced learner” course is 15 to 20 hours over 3 to 5 days
  • “Recently failed” course is 10 hours over 2 or 3 days

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.