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    DRIVING LESSONS CARDIFF

     

     We can offer Intensive Driving Courses in Cardiff and surrounding areas. Taking Driving Lessons in an Automatic vehicle, no gear changing required, can mean few Driving Lessons are required. Manual as well.

    Driving is a life long skill and we do not just teach you how to pass a driving test, but how to Drive for Life.

    For Those that Want to  Learn to Drive FAST  –  IS THIS YOU!

     

    AFFORDABLE DRIVING SCHOOL CARDIFF

    Intensive  Driving Courses in Cardiff can offer an Intensive Driving Course for those that want to pass quickly and have their  Driving Lessons in Cardiff. We offer all types of Driving Courses for all abilities In the Cardiff area.

    We are very flexible in our approach for Intensive Driving Courses. There is no need to take time off work or use your Holidays up. Taking  Driving Lessons in Cardiff can then get you a better position in the workforce.  We consider that hourly Driving Lessons do no longer work, you will spend more money in the long run.

    Our Driving Courses offer a minimum of 2-hour sessions, the last thing we want to do is overload the pupil without overloading them. We also offer Automatic Driving Lessons in an Automatic Vehicle which has the advantage of no longer having to deal with gear changing. You will only be allowed to drive an automatic vehicle. What a lot of pupils do is pass their Driving Test in an Automatic vehicle and later on change this to manual.

     

    Are you looking for the best driving school in Cardiff? Look no further than Intensive Driving School Cardiff. Our instructors are highly experienced and qualified, having grown up locally with excellent knowledge of the roads here.

    Each lesson will have a well-planned route along with well-planned lessons to learn so that when your test day comes it is all second nature!

    Intensive Driving Courses in Cardiff ensure you have the right skill set for your individual needs.

    Intensive Driving Courses in Cardiff is a company that provides intensive driving courses to people of all ages and experience levels, but they also offer tailored lessons based on previous experiences with other driving schools.

    The courses may be over 1-6 weeks, however, our intention here is for pupils to carry on with their lifestyle and our courses fit in around your schedule.

    Our courses are for all abilities.

    If you have a disability, just have a chat with us and we can talk about this and offer the most appropriate advice 

    Our Driving School in Cardiff offers intensive driving lessons to help you pass your test quickly.
    Intensive driving courses can be great when starting from the beginning Intensive lessons range anywhere between two consecutive hours per day to four hours a day

     

    Driving test tips to help you pass the first time

    Be on time for your driving lessons before the test
    Have a lesson before Your Driving Test
    Check you have all the required evidence
    Use your Driving instructor’s car
    You can take your instructor along for reassurance
    Ask your examiner to repeat, if you need
    Don’t assume you’ve failed
    Choose where you want to take your test 
    Get to know your test routes

     

    Be on time for your driving lessons before the test

    Be on Time for your driving lessons beforehand, Arrive 10 minutes early for your driving lesson which puts you at risk of missing it entirely if late, and rushing when arriving in good time will leave you feeling flustered even if do make it

    It’s an obvious one but turning up in good time starts off with the right foot.

     

    Have a lesson before Your Driving Test

     

    Taking a driving lesson on the day of your test will help you pass the first time.

    We’d recommend fitting in an hour-long lesson before taking the driving test, that way you can go over any manoeuvres or ask for clarification on last-minute questions at hand.

    You may feel nervous but having had two hours with an instructor to get used to being behind the wheel should soothe those nerves and put you in good stead for passing.

     

    Check you have all the required evidence for the Driving Test

     

    Your UK driving licence

    Your theory test pass certificate, if you have it

    A face covering, unless you have a good reason not to wear one

     

    Wearing a face covering

    You must bring and wear a face covering for your test unless you have a good reason not to. Good reasons are things like:

     

    having a physical or mental illness or impairment, or a disability

    wearing it would cause you severe distress

    You need to say if you have a good reason not to wear a face-covering when you book your test.

    Your test will be canceled if you come for your test without a face covering and you did not say that you could not wear one when you booked it.

    You can take it off during your test if you need to avoid harm or injury.

     

    Your test will be canceled and you will not get your money back if you do not take the right things with you

    You can take your instructor along for confidence-boosting when you have your Driving Test

    Driving tests are a nerve-wracking experience, and there’s no shame in admitting it! If the thought of taking an exam makes you feel uneasy or anxious, don’t be embarrassed about asking someone else to sit with you while going through your driving test.

    Just remember though there will be extra weight in the car, which will affect braking and stopping distances.

    They’ll also provide another pair of eyes – so if you do happen to fail, they’ll have a chance at catching it before completely failing too late into the process.

     

    Ask your examiner to repeat, if you need any of his instructions

    The most important thing is to stay calm and this will control your nerves. The more you second guess yourself then that will result in possibly serious faults.

     

    Do not assume you’ve failed

    Driving test tips to help you pass the first time!
    Don’t assume you’ve failed. If your driving instructor tells you they’re going to fail on an error, remember that there’s a buffer of 15 minor faults before it becomes dangerous and/or illegal—just focus on avoiding those for now.

    What you perceive as a fail, may simply be a minor fault, just like for example stalling. You will not fail your test for this, it is what happens after the stall that matters.

     

    Be guided by your instructor as to where to take your test

    We understand you are keen to get your Full Licence, so many pupils want to jump into this un-prepared.

     

    Get to know some of your test routes

    Driving test routes can be challenging to navigate, so knowing some of them beforehand is a great start. Some tips for preparing include getting comfortable with your car and practicing on various types of roads. Remember also your Driving Instructor is teaching you how to drive, rather than how to drive on specific roads.

     

    On the day before taking your driving test Make sure you’re well-rested – it may feel like an inconvenience but being tired or over-tired will make keeping alert much harder!

    Get yourself into as routine as possible – use this time to familiarise yourself with any equipment in the vehicle such as seatbelts, lights, etc. Go over the show me tell me again with your driving instructor.

    Ensure that you have all necessary parts of the paperwork (license/test booking confirmation). Create a checklist that could help.

     

    Be on time for your driving lessons before the test

    Arrive 10 minutes early for your driving lesson which puts you at risk of missing it entirely if late, and rushing when arriving in good time will leave you feeling flustered even if do make it

    It’s an obvious one but turning up in good time starts off with the right foot

     

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    prices in cardiff

    12 Hour  Driving Lessons Cardiff 

    For pupils that have nearly completed their Driving Lessons or near to Test standard. Or that have arrived from other countries..

    £450

    •    Automatic  Driving Lessons £470  Call Us

    Mini Starter Course

      18 Hours  Driving Lessons 

    Cardiff

    Perfect for  Beginners and Pupils who have 15-20 Hours under their belt 

    £620

    •    Automatic Driving Lessons £645 

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    Refresher  Driving Lessons Cardiff

    For those pupils who have not been driving for a while and from other countries to get used to our  Roads

    £160

    •     Automatic  Driving Lessons £170

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     I decided to go for an Intensive Driving Course. A few of my friends had also gone with this Driving school in Cardiff..

    I am now glad I went ahead withj this and can recomend them highly

    Karen Meyrick

     

    Been Driving in another country in an and used an International driving licence.. Swopped to a Uk licence and needed a British Automatic Licence. Did Course over a week. .

    Hussain Ali