Learner Driver Tips- Should I Do An Intensive/Crash Driving Course?

August 4, 2015

 

 

Intensive driving courses or crash courses are not easy and are certainly not for everyone. They require a lot of hard work and concentration and can be very demanding both mentally and physically.

 

There are different lengths of Intensive/crash courses available each designed to cater for the varying standards and experience of the learner driver. 

 

You are potentially doing 6 to 12 months of driving lessons in a couple of weeks with a driving test at the end. If you allow the pressure to build it could have an adverse affect on your progress. So make sure you get a good sleep the night before each lesson, have a relaxed approach and just take each day as it comes.

 

Before booking be fair in your assessment of your driving abilities and capacity to learn and be honest in your description of them to your instructor. Bare in mind an intensive driving course is a big commitment for them as well. The conditions attached to the course will most certainly restrict its cancellation with a refund only given at the discretion of the instructor or driving school. Don’t forget to ask about the terms and conditions.

 

I am a fully qualified driving instructor in Edinburgh with over 7 years experience.

 

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