Twenty Hour Intensive Driving Course Perth

20 hour intensive driving course
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Details – Twenty Hour Intensive Driving Course Perth

A twenty hour intensive driving course in Perth, Scotland, would help you pass your driving test sooner than if you took weekly lessons. The 20-hour course is suitable for a learner driver who wants to take extra lessons before a practical test. The twenty-hour intensive driving course is also suitable for a new learner who needs to start their lessons with a good foundation.

Learning to drive for the beginner should always be in a quiet area were controlling the car is the most important aspect. Once the basics of car control are grasped and practised often, it’s only then can a new driver focus on the surroundings.

The top category for failing a driving test is the lack of observations. It sounds easily fixed, but not when you are still grappling with the controls. Once the controls have been mastered, only then can one be truly observant.

Twenty Hour Intensive Driving Course time-table

The 20 hour course can be taken over a five day period. Each day is divided into two sessions – 2 hours in each period morning and afternoon. A break will be taken at lunchtime. Other short breaks can be taken as required.

The course will be designed for individual students according to their needs. For example, the course is a great way for a beginner to get their driving lessons off to a good start.

The course is also suitable for a learner who has had over 20 previous lessons and would like to prepare for their driving test. A test can sometimes be taken at the end of the course when booked prior to the course start date. In this case, an assessment lesson would need to be taken before any commitment to a test is given.

You can adjust the twenty hour course timetable to suit your needs and you can take the course for over one week or more. Let us know your circumstance and see how we can help you gain your full driving licence.

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