Limited time on your hands? Need your licence fast? An intensive or semi-intensive crash driving courses may be the way to go.
Motivated to pass quickly and prepared to put in the hard yards? Sometimes, a crash driving courses can be a good way to get your licence fast. With more traditional weekly driving lessons, you inevitably wind up spending some time relearning the things you’ve forgotten. This can be frustrating, especially if you aren’t progressing as fast as you might like. Intensive courses take place over a number of days or weeks, so you’re always going forward.
Building on your new skills
Novice drivers often wonder about the cost of individual lessons, but what’s far more important is how many you’ll need to have. Intensive driving courses can often be a more cost-effective way of learning. You’ll hopefully always be building on new skills. They can also be a fantastic way to build a base of key driving skills. Use more lessons after the course to practice or build confidence. Often, a professional opportunity inspires learner drivers to get their licence as quickly as possible. In this case, a crash course can be an ideal solution.
Making driving automatic
Driving requires a very specific set of skills. You’re coordinating your hands, eyes and feet. At the same time, you have to notice and anticipate what’s happening around you. With more practice, these movements start to become automatic.
In an intensive course, you eliminate the possibility that you’ll forget one step of the process from one week’s lesson to the next. This sort of learning is called massed practice. It is often used by sportspeople when learning new skills. This is one very effective way to embed a kinetic skill set like driving in your mind.
A variety of conditions
To pass your test and be a safe driver for years to come, you need practice on a variety of different roads. The area around Buckingham, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire is very varied. There is everything from small country lanes to large dual carriageways. A blast course allows you to concentrate on driving on all kinds of terrain, as you aren’t stuck re-learning things.
You’ll quickly get out of back suburban streets and onto more challenging conditions. Many of these are likely to come up on your test route. Crash driving courses can even feature night driving lessons, for a real test of your skills. The beauty of a crash course is that it’s personalised to you.
If you are a local instructor looking to join a vibrant, quickly expanding school with a terrific track record, we’d love to speak to you – get in touch with us today.