Intensive “crash” driving courses in
Walton-le-dale

fastPass intensive courses conduct intensive driving lessons and crash courses in the Walton-le-dale area.
Both the practical and theory tests can be included in the price, and all lessons are conducted in a dual-controlled car, which can be either manual or automatic.

The intensive courses we arrange in Walton-le-dale 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.

Even if you still need to pass the theory test, our intensive driving school makes free online theory help with over 2,500 mock questions and 135 hazard perception clips available to you, to help you pass. If you’ve got a practical test date of your own, we can simply organise the lessons if that’s what you want.

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)

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 Walton-le-dale 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

  • 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 our Course Calculator has suggested a course, you can pay a small deposit online, or our offices are open 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturdays to collect to enable you to make payments over the telephone to one of our professional team of staff.