Crash Courses Driving School can help you on your journey to passing your driving test in Worthing. You could even pass your test in as little as one week! Perhaps you are a student with many hours experience, or someone who has never sat in the driver's seat before? Whatever your circumstances, we have a range of courses suited to all levels of experience.
We only use fully qualified driving instructors, who are highly experienced and skilled at teaching you to drive safely. Our intensive driving courses in Worthing have been designed to deliver great results and get you on the road as quickly and safely as possible. You will also benefit from our fast track practical test service when you book an intensive driving course with Crash Courses Driving School.
Our dedicated customer service team will ensure your course is administered smoothly and efficiently. The company is run by approved driving instructors and retired driving instructors, meaning your driving experience is in safe hands. The most popular course is 'Pass in a Week' - but if you prefer a more relaxed approach, you can take your time with a semi-intensive course. We're here to help, whatever your needs and requirements.
Practical Driving Tests in Worthing
The practical driving test is designed to test your skills and knowledge on a variety of road types. Did you know that as part of your driving test, you will need to answer two vehicle safety questions? These are referred to as the 'show me, tell me' questions. You can test your knowledge on these here. Worthing's test centre closed in 2017, but you won't have far to go - you can use either Burgess Hill or Lancing.
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Theory Tests in Worthing
Worthing doesn't have it's own practical test centre, but it does have a theory test centre. You could also go to Brighton. Have a look at our 'theory test help' course if you need that little bit of extra help to pass your theory test. The theory test was introduced in 1996 in written format. In 2000, it was computerised, with the hazard perception element added in 2002.