Intensives

Intensive Driving Lessons in Washington

Passing your driving test in a short space of time will require intensive driving lessons in Washington, and here is our low down on what a good intensive driving school in Washington ought to look like.

Traditionally an intensive would mean 30 or 40 hours of learning to drive inside a week, with the driving test on the last day. Pass rates for these type of courses are very low, something like 20% or so. One of the reasons is because you are tired and haven’t given yourself enough time to pass, you have had enough lessons but your performance drops as the more tired you become.
Another issue is it may turn out you are not doing all of the driving, depending on the price, if it looks really cheap, you could be sharing the driving with another driver, so whoever you choose an intensive driving course in Washington, be sure to ask.

A good way of taking lessons in a short space of time is to be creative, do you really need to take your test in 2 weeks time or could you wait another two weeks? Here are a few solutions for you to consider.

1. Take 2 hours a day Monday to Friday. Maybe the lesson can either pick you up or drop you off on your commute to work or college, all you have to do is ask to see if it is possible. You will complete 10 hours a week and in 4 weeks time you will be fresh as a daisy and ready for your test.

2. Let’s say you have a holiday coming up and you want to make the best of it. There is nothing wrong with you taking more lesson in the day. So if you are a beginner and want to pass in the holidays before you go to university then what about 6 hours a day Monday to Friday in your first week, the the following week take 2 hours a day. You will learn really quickly without burning yourself out.

3. Another option is to take intensive driving lessons in Washington over the weekend, say 10 hours per weekend. Then at the end of the month you’ll be ready to take your test.

You do not need to burn yourself out, just plan it carefully and you’ll have a better chance of passing.