What you need to know before starting a crash course?

Driving crash course Warwick professionals can help you in passing your upcoming driving exams in a short duration of time. The crash courses are getting very much popular because you can do all your driving learning very quickly. Now, people are so busy that they prefer crash courses and also choose hours-based courses which can suit your timing.

Before starting the crash courses, you need to know some negative points of these courses. Some people join the course without any research and regret later.

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The main point is that you don’t get enough time behind the wheel as you get in longer-duration (regular) driving courses. If you are a beginner, you will get problems with short courses. Still, people go for short courses because most of them don’t have patience and want to complete their driving courses in a quick time.

If you have previously taken a few driving lessons and just want a crash course ahead of a qualifying test then you can take crash courses of few hours such as 5 hours, 10 hours, 20 hours, and 30 hours courses, both for automatic and manual. The affordable cost varies from £ 180.00 to £ 990.00; depends on manual and automatic driving courses. These Cheap driving lessons Warwick is a great opportunity for you and start your crash course without any second thought

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Are crash courses safe?

There are some misconceptions that crash courses are not safe because of less experience behind the wheel, but it’s not true as in short courses, you get the same driving lessons but for a longer duration at a time which in fact prepare you better for the driving exams. In a survey, it is proven that people who do crash or intensive courses have a better pass percentage compare to people who do regular or traditional courses.

SmartLearner driving school professionals who are DVSA-approved can instruct you for both shorter and longer duration driving courses. You can also ask for affordable ADI training if you want to make your career as a driving instructor.

How has the practical driving test changed post Covid 19?

When driving tests begin to restart they will only be available to those who had their test canceled during the COVID 19 outbreak. You are not yet able to book a driving test if you did not have one booked in before the lockdown. If your test was canceled you should have been sent an email confirmation with a new date and time for your practical driving test. 

Face coverings are expected to be worn. If you cannot wear a face covering you will need to provide a reason why this can be done when booking your test. If you have been given a new date you will need to pre-notify the test center. 

If you show up to your test without a face covering or did not give a good reason when rearranging this you will not be able to go on your test!

Reasons for exemption are: 

  • You have a physical or mental illness or an impairment.  
  • You have a disability that means you cannot put on, wear, or remove a face covering. 
  • Putting on, wearing, or removing a face covering would cause you severe distress.
  • You need to remove it during your test to avoid harm or injury or the risk of harm or injury to yourself or others.

You can apply for an emergency test if you urgently need a test because you are classed as a critical worker. This includes if you work in:

  • health and social care
  • education and childcare
  • key public services
  • local and national government
  • food and other necessary goods
  • public safety and national security
  • transport
  • utilities, communication, and financial services


What to expect when arriving for your test?

The inside of the vehicle must be cleaned before going on the test. This includes wiping down the steering wheel, gear stick, etc with antibacterial wipes, provided by your instructor. Examiner will also clean the car, they will wipe down the passenger door, and everything else that they will need to touch during the test. 

Do not arrive too early for your driving test, no more than 5 minutes before your appointment time. The waiting room in the driving test center will be closed to help prevent the spread, the toilets are open upon request. 

Safety precautions are being taken by examiners, they will wear face coverings. They may also use gloves and disposable seat covers.

Your driving instructor will not be able to sit in the backseat of the car on your test to supervise.

What to expect during your test?

If you have a concern with your face covering during your test, your examiner will ask you to stop when safe to do so, so that you can adjust this. If it becomes a safety concern, the test will be ended early. If you make a minor during the test you can carry on. But if you make a serious or dangerous fault, that means you have failed, the examiner will inform you to go back to the test center, where the test will be ended. This is to minimize the amount of time spent in a vehicle.  

What to expect when the test is finished?

The examiner will ask to get out of the vehicle before telling you if you have passed or failed.  As long as it is safe to do so, you can ask your instructor to come over and listen to the feedback. 

Even if your test is booked you must not attend if

  • Yourself or someone from the same household has COVID 19 symptoms.
  •  If you have been told by the NHS test and trace service that you have been in contact with someone who has COVID 19.
  •  If you have returned to the UK in the last 14 days unless you are traveling from certain countries.