If you’ve never taken any driving lessons before, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start. How do you choose the right driving instructor? Should you choose to learn in a manual or automatic car? Would you benefit from an intensive driving course?
At SmartLearner Driving School we offer both Intensive Driving Courses and standard Driving Lessons. If you decided to do an intensive driving lessons it means that you will be passing much faster than with traditional lessons. We understand that every learner’s needs are different so we let you decide how you structure your course. SmartLearner offers a range of course options. Intensive courses with us can range from 6 hours per week to 6 hours per day.
All of our driving lessons are one-on-one, meaning that you’ll have the full and undivided attention of your local DVSA-approved driving instructor.
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An intensive course, or ‘crash course’ as its otherwise known, is a phrase used to express a lot hours of driving lessons in a short amount of time. Our definition means that you would take over 6 hours in a week or 5 hours in one day. Intensive courses are aimed to make learners pass their practical exam as fast as they can and most intensive courses end with a test. This means that you must of passed your theory exam before being considered for an intensive course. We also like to do an assessment lesson before hand so that one of our qualified ADI’s can give you an estimated amount of hours you will need. We offer intensive courses in both automatic and manual.
Manual Vs. Automatic is one of the tougher choices for a new driver to make. Both sides have their benefits.
If you choose auto there is no need to worry about clutch control and gear changes. Some drivers can find these topics quite challenging to learn.
Choose manual, and you will often save money on the car, the insurance and servicing. If you pass in manual you can also drive an automatic without having to take another driving test!
Whichever side you ultimately decide on, SmartLearner can help you achieve your driving goals. We have both manual and automatic driving instructors in the West Midlands and Warwickshire. Just specify when booking, and we will make it happen!