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Semi-Intensive Driving Courses
Often, people think that there are only two ways to learn to drive.

The first is the traditional method: a couple of hours of tuition every week, stretching out over a period of weeks or months. It’s easy to fit lessons around your schedule, but the pace is slow. With large gaps between lessons, a lot of your time can be spent going over what you’ve previously learned—dragging things out even further, and making the whole process more expensive.

The second is via a crash course. During a crash course, you’ll constantly be building up your new skills, and you’ll typically have several hours’ tuition per day—meaning that you could pass your test in as little as a week. However, this means you’ll need to set the time aside to take your course—which can mean taking time off work. This puts some learners off; others would simply prefer a slightly more relaxed pace.

Luckily, there’s a third option.

Learning to drive with a semi-intensive course
If you want to get on the road quickly, but still be able to fit your lessons around your life, then a semi-intensive driving course could be perfect for you.

A semi-intensive course is close in structure to a fully intensive course, but the tuition is more spread out. For example, you might take daily lessons, but only spend a couple of hours per day in the car. Alternatively, each of your sessions might last several hours, but only take place on weekends.

Essentially, a semi-intensive driving course brings together the speed of a crash course with the flexibility of traditional lessons. Learning to drive semi-intensively means you’ll never feel rushed: you’ll go at a pace that suits you, while still getting your licence quickly. It’s the best of both worlds.

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we all learn in a different way,our experience in the driving industry allows us to treat each pupil as an individual and to build a learning plan to their own needs.
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