Intensive “crash” driving courses in
Chalfont St. Giles

fastPass crash driving courses are now available in Chalfont St. Giles.
Intensive courses usually include a theory and practical driving test, with tuition provided in automatic or manual cars, each with dual-controls.

The intensive courses we arrange in Chalfont St. Giles can be 3 to 8 hours every day, over 3 to 15 days.
The practical test is usually taken on the last day of the course, (although this doesn’t necessarily need to be the case, if you prefer to separate the tuition from the test), with each lesson taken by a driving instructor local to your area.

To help you pass your theory test, free online theory tests are available, giving 2,500 questions and 135 video clips to get you ready. Driving lessons without a test attached can also be booked if you have a practical test of your own already arranged.

If you are raring to go with your theory test already passed but your local test centres waiting time is holding you back, one of our fastPass fastTest Residential courses, may be the way to go.
We have a few selected areas where we can arrange a course for within a fortnight, your travel and accommodation will be extra but we will arrange any details on your behalf.
(All course prices quoted will not include your accommodation or travel, these will be added once the course is arranged)

We understand that choosing the right course can be difficult, which is why fastPass has developed its Intensive Course Calculator.
This will tell you the exact price and availability in Chalfont St. Giles for the best course for you.
The actual start date, times and duration of the lessons will be determined by the course you pick, and will be confirmed with you by our staff once you have paid your deposit. As a guide:

  • 1 or 2 weeks of 40+ hours may work for a Total beginner
  • 1 or 2 weeks of 30 to 40 hours may work for a Novice driver
  • 1 or 2 weeks of 25 to 30 hours may work for an Intermediate learner
  • 3 to 5 days of 15 to 20 hours may work for an Experienced learner
  • 2 or 3 days of 10 hours may work for a pupil who’s Recently failed

You can either book a course which has been recommended by our course calculator through our website, or directly over the phone during our working hours.