Crash Courses Driving School offers a range of intensive and semi-intensive driving courses in the town of Wellingborough and the surrounding areas.
Intensive driving courses have become more popular in recent years, meaning that people can now get on the road faster than was possible with traditional hourly lessons. Crash Courses Driving School offer complete flexibility, allowing you to choose a schedule that suits you best. Your lessons will be conducted by a (DVSA) approved driving instructor, on a one-2-one basis. We don't believe in car sharing! Full focus will be on YOU and not someone else. Client centred learning will give you the best chance of passing your driving test quickly in Wellingborough.
If you have the free time, you can learn at a fully intensive pace, but don’t worry if time is precious to you – take one of our semi-intensive courses instead. Whatever your specific requirements, Crash Courses Driving School can help any learner driver in Wellingborough. What are you waiting for? Give one of our team a call and get started on the road to driving!
Practical Driving Tests in Wellingborough
For learner drivers in Wellingborough, it’s good and perhaps not so good news! Wellingborough does have it’s own test centre but tests are only conducted on a Tuesday or Thursday. When sufficient tests have been booked an examiner is then allocated from either Kettering or Northampton. The test centre is located at Glamis Hall.
Dual carriageways are highly likely to feature during the driving test such as the A45. This will include large multi-lane roundabouts and high speed roads. Your allocated instructor will ensure that you are familiar with all the tricky junctions close to the test centre, giving you the best possible chance of passing your test.
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Theory Tests in Wellingborough
The closest theory test centre to Wellingborough is located in Northampton, which is approximately 13 miles away. If travelling by train, its a long journey, so make sure you leave ample time when attending your theory test. Also, don’t forget to take your provisional driving licence with you, as you won’t be allowed to take your theory test without it.
Remember to fully prepare for the theory test. You will need to pass both parts, the multiple choice questions and the hazard perception.