Learning to drive for many people is a rite of passage in life and a skill that is usually passed down through generations. Typically in the UK, once you turn 17 you can start your driving lessons and most people will strive to pass before they turn 18, although for some it is easier than it is for others. Factors contributing to the length of time it takes you to learn include finances, spare time available to learn, having a good instructor, having a car to practice in, having a friend or relative who helps to teach you and geographical location. People living in the city centre who go to school or work in the city centre often don’t feel the need for a car, plus the parking is very expensive. Those who don’t pass at 17 or don’t attempt to start until later in life, often find themselves in a bit of rush to pass. This is because either they suddenly need to drive for work purposes or perhaps they have moved house and now live very far away from their work, friends and family. Regardless the reason, if you find yourself in a position where you need to pass your test sooner rather than later, you may be best investing in crash course driving Glasgow.
All Pass Driving Crash Course Driving Glasgow
All Pass Driving is a well-known driving school in the UK operating in all the major cities such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, Essex and Kent. As well as offering the traditional weekly driving lessons, All Pass Driving have instructors available to teach intensive driving courses in Glasgow. You may be wondering about the cost, as we all know too well driving is very expensive and although you may benefit from learning quickly it is important to now you are getting value for money. The way to figure out if crash course driving Glasgow is right for you is by working out which specific course is best suited to your needs and comparing with a traditional course.
Crash Course Driving Glasgow Available at APD
20 hours over 5 days £695
Designed for the “nearly there” students! Suitable for those who have attempted and failed their practical driving test in the past 9 -12 months and not had any lessons since.
25 hours over 5 days £795
Designed for those students who have reasonable car control but still require some further training to improve their overall driving skills.
30 hours over 5 days £895
Starts on Monday – Finishes on Friday/Saturday Ideal for complete beginners OR students with limited experience who need to pass their practical test FAST! (Ideally, you should have completed at least 10 hours driving tuition BEFORE embarking on this course)
30 Hours over 10 or 14 days £895
Our most popular and successful intensive driving course! Ideal for complete beginners OR students with limited experience who want to pass their practical driving test quickly.
35 Hours over 10 or 14 days £995
Aimed at complete beginners, but would also suit students with limited experience who would like some extra time in the ‘saddle’ before sitting their practical test.
40 Hours spread over 10 or 14 days £1095
Complete course of driving lessons designed to take a complete beginner from the start through to sitting their practical driving test within 10 – 14 days. Suitable for nervous students who doubt their ability to learn the necessary skills required to pass their practical driving test in a shorter period of time.
Traditional Driving Courses
Today a one hour driving lesson in Glasgow costs £26 and typically people learn hour per week with an instructor and practice with a friend or relative as much as possible. If you don’t have a car to practice in you may wish to do 2 hours per week, which is £46 and the chances are it will take you more hours with your instructor to learn, without external practice. Typically, it takes between 20 and 30 lessons, spread over 6-12 months to get ready for a test. The average minimum spend for traditional driving courses is £712 for 25 one hour lessons, plus a driving test on a weekday. Depending on your situation and how many hours it takes you to pass it could be much more expensive, plus you may not pass first time. Therefore, choosing a crash course driving Glasgow with All Pass Driving you could pass within one week for just an extra £70. It seems clear that the time saved is definitely worth it.