Don’t Be Fooled By Booking Crash Course Driving Lessons

Crash Course driving lessons are they a good thing? This is a Money Supermarket website headline.
Below is a comment I wrote on the website.

Intensive courses the old fashioned way: The first lesson on Monday test on Friday no longer work for most people. Engineers, siblings of a farmer, would be the exception.
When used as part of the overall learning to drive programme, intensive courses can save a lot of money and time. Whilst producing a very safe driver at the end.
A 5-day intensive gets the process of car control into the nervous system with outstanding results. The following 5 days, after a few days, or even a week off, the new driver blossoms out. The new driver is more than ready on this next 5-day course to take on traffic and challenging situations.
A test should never be booked whilst taking an intensive driving course for new drivers. It blocks the learning process. Once things start to come together, a test cancellation is then booked with outstanding results.

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As you can see, I am a firm believer that intensive driving courses. When used as part of an overall driver training programme are an excellent way to save money and also save time. The really important added bonus though is the built-in extra safety factor, over and above taking weekly lessons.

Are crash course driving lessons a good thing? Safety Observation

From a road safety viewpoint the latest new driver training, using an intensive course of driving lessons produce a safer, more confident driver. But not a crash course. When a pupil makes a driving mistake. There is plenty of time to practice the correction. Taking a weekly driving lesson is usually left until next week’s lesson to try again. But this is often forgotten now by both instructor and pupil.

Repetition of good driving skills raises the standard of driving and produces a very safe and confident driver.