Intensive Training Also commonly known as a ‘crash-course’, this course is designed to help you pass your driving test in as little as one week.
Holiday Intensive Course:
Going to college? Home from college? Durning University holidays we are able to offer intensive courses at a discounted rate. Contact us for availability and prices.
This is particularly useful for people who have driven before,
or have recently failed a test and just need to brush-up their driving skills in order to pass. However,
new learners are also welcome because we cover both the practical and theory aspects of the driving
If you would like to take an intensive training course, please contact us to discus availability on dates.
As a result, bookings will need to be taken in advance and require a non-refundable
deposit of £250. The remaining balance is then expected to be paid prior to starting the course, If this
is not paid you will lose your place in the waiting list as well as your deposit.
Once booked, TDA additionally provides:
1. A Welcome Pack
2. Theory Test Kit (worth £65)
3. Theory test booked on your behalf (£23)
4. Lessons every day until test day (can be worth over £1000)
5. Driving test booked on your behalf (£62/£124 for extended, please let us know prior to
Please Contact us for full prices.
Eyesight Important –
Have you had your eyesight checked recently? If you haven’t, regular eyesight tests will reassure you that you still meet the legal standards. The legal eyesight standard means that you must be able to read a car number plate from 20 metres. You must not have been told by a doctor or optician that your eyesight is currently worse than 6/12 (decimal 0.5) on the Snellen scale. If you are in any doubt you should discuss with your optician or doctor. If required, you may wear glasses or corrective lenses to meet both of these standards. There are higher eyesight standards for those who drive medium or large vehicles, minibuses or buses. Bioptics (telescope) are not acceptable for use while driving in Great Britain and it is not acceptable to use a bioptic device to meet the visual acuity standard. A bioptic device cannot be used to pass the number plate test. Further information is available on our website at www.gov.uk/driving-eyesight-rules