fastPass intensive driving school provides intensive, or “crash”, driving courses throughout Ottery St. Mary.
We include a practical driving test, (and a theory test, too, if required), and driving lessons can usually be delivered in an automatic, or manual, dual-controlled tuition car.
The intensive courses we arrange in Ottery St. Mary 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.
We also have an online website that can provide you with free online theory training to help you prepare for your theory test and the website includes over 2,500 mock questions and 135 hazard perception clips. If you have your own practical test booked we can provide a lesson only course to get you ready for that date.
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.)
Knowing what course to take will be made easier for you using our Course Calculator.
Giving the best prices and earliest availability in Ottery St. Mary, 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:
- 40+ hours over 1 or 2 weeks would be appropriate for a Beginner
- 30 to 40 hours over 1 or 2 weeks would be suitable for a Novice
- 25 to 30 hours over 1 or 2 weeks works for an Intermediate learner
- 15 to 20 hours over 3 to 5 days is OK for Experienced pupils
- 10 hours over 2 or 3 days might be enough if you’ve previously taken a test
If you want to, once our Calculator process has recommended a choice of courses for you, you’ll be able to select a course online by paying a small deposit, or you can book by telephoning us weekdays between 8 and 8, or Saturdays between 9 and 5.