Other Courses with Roadart


  Motorway and Country LanesDriving Lessons Morden

These lessons are designed specifically for full licence holders who find it a daunting task to drive on busy motorways or small country lanes. We will build on your existing knowledge, which will boost your confidence when driving in these situations.

Refresher Courses

As above, these lessons are designed specifically for existing full licence holders who may have spent many years abroad and have recently returned to this country, or for someone who for many reasons has had long periods of non driving or may be starting a new job that involves driving professionally. Equally, you may just wish to reinforce your general driving skills.

Automatic Licence Holders

Specifically designed for full Automatic Car Licence holders who now wish to upgrade their licence to a Manual Car Licence, this may be because your job requires you to have a Full Manual Licence or you just wish to be able to drive a manual car. It will mean you are no longer restricted to only driving automatic cars. (You will be required to take and pass a cat B practical driving test).

Intensive Driving Courses

Intensive Driving Courses’ can mean different things to different people. When it comes to intensive driving courses, the level of intensity varies from person to person and there is no definitive intensive driving course.

Many people take their lessons on a 1 or 2 hour-a-week basis however this can be compressed into a shorter space of time so that it becomes more intensive. For instance, instead of having 2 hours per week (taking 20-25 weeks altogether) you could have 4 hours a week so that it only takes 10 to 12 weeks. This may be good for those learning during summer holidays or in time to start a new job.

The shortest time you can take an intensive driving course is 1 week. This would be dependent on you already having passed your theory test and you would have to know the basics of driving as well. Your practical test would also have to be booked for the end of the week.

Things to consider

Intensive driving courses are hard work. It will involve you spending a long number of hours driving depending on how intense your course is and manoeuvres may have to be repeated several times over. However hard work usually pays off and you may see improvements more quickly, so your confidence will be boosted.

Your practical test will need to be booked in advance, so that your instructor can work out a schedule for your intensive driving course that fits in and leads up neatly to the test day.