At Fast pass intensive driving school we provide crash courses in driving in and around the Chichester area.
We can generally arrange courses that can be done in either a manual or automatic vehicle, being conducted in the instructor’s dual controlled car, and including a practical test and a theory if needed.
You could pass your test in just one or two weeks with a flexible intensive course in Chichester, providing multiple hours of lessons per day over a fixed amount of time.
All driving tuition is conducted by fully qualified local instructors, and most courses end with a practical driving test at the end of the course.
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.
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.)
To help you decide the appropriate course for your needs we have created the Intensive Course Calculator.
The Calculator will tell you the dates and exact prices for the Chichester area, so you can choose the course that’s right for you.
Your course details will only be confirmed once you have booked up and paid for the course, depending on the course chosen your personal dates, times and duration will be arranged through the office.
This might help you estimate what you need:
- 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.