Intensive Driving Courses in Amersham

Whether you’re in Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield, or anywhere across south Buckinghamshire, PassMeFast can help you to earn your driving licence fast. Find out how we make our intensive driving courses fast without tying you down to a 5-day schedule — and learn about the little extras that make PassMeFast's intensive driving lessons special.

Booking intensive driving lessons in Amersham

PassMeFast is a driving school that puts the power in your hands. From the moment you first book, you’ll have choice over everything from how long you want your course to be, to the pace at which you’ll take your driving lessons.

You can compare our full range of semi-intensive and intensive driving courses simply by heading to our prices page, or discover your ideal option via our course recommender. There’s also the choice to add on a fast-track theory or practical test, which we’ll arrange for you ahead of the usual waiting times. Once you’ve constructed your perfect package, you need only pay a deposit of £150 to secure your booking.

Interested in automatic intensive driving lessons in Amersham?

PassMeFast doesn’t just offer manual lessons. In fact, you can take any one of our courses in an automatic car! All you need to do is specify that you'd like automatic driving lessons when you book in.

During your PassMeFast course

Next, one of our helpful team members will arrange your course, including assigning a local, DVSA-approved instructor to take you for your lessons. Together, you’ll decide whether to opt for a fully intensive or semi-intensive course structure. Once you’re out on the road, you’ll gain new skills and improve your confidence, making your journey to passing as smooth as possible.

PassMeFast’s approach has already proved successful for the thousands of learners who’ve passed with us. So, why not join them? Take your first step to getting your new licence now by calling 0333 123 4949. You can also book your course online within just a few minutes.

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Why choose PassMeFast for your intensive driving course?

  • Automatic and manual courses to suit all drivers
  • Flexible driving lessons to fit any schedule
  • Learn with experienced instructors
  • Home and workplace pickups
  • Pass in as little as one week

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Practical Driving Test Centres in Amersham

Wondering where you’re likely to take your test? As Amersham doesn’t have its own test centre, you’ll need to travel a little to take your practical. The most likely location will be High Wycombe, with other alternatives including Aylesbury and Watford. To get ready, be sure to read some of the many useful articles available on our blog. We cover all the burning questions learners have, such as whether you’ll really fail if you stall on your test.

Theory Test Centres in Amersham

The practical test isn’t the only obstacle you’ll need to overcome on the road to driving. Before you get there, you’ll need to ace the theory test. If you live in south Buckinghamshire, your closest options will involve a little travel: Aylesbury is the nearest choice, while Watford in nearby Hertfordshire and Slough in Berkshire are worth considering, too.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

Not sure why the theory test is such a big deal? Not only has the theory test made drivers safer, but it also provides vital knowledge that you’ll need on the road. That’s why the DVSA stipulates that you must pass your theory test before booking a practical. Add a theory onto your PassMeFast booking, and we’ll arrange it for you.

Driving Around Amersham

When you first start out on the roads, you’re sure to wonder when you’ll be ready to take your practical test. The truth is that the process is different for every learner, with some taking to driving like a duck to water, while others need more time to get things right. One key moment, though, is when the local roads feel familiar, and you know exactly how to tackle them. Though it doesn’t quite spell a guaranteed pass, it shows that you’ve started to feel at ease on the roads.

Map showing Amersham within Buckinghamshire

To help speed your journey along, your lessons will incorporate some of the areas where your test is due to take place. This means you’ll be spending some of your course driving around your test centre of choice, such as High Wycombe. Doing this means you’re less likely to feel uncertain on the day, and more likely to blow your examiner away.

Amersham Fact File

Famous for End of the Metropolitan Line
Population 14,384
County Buckinghamshire
Local council Chiltern
Major local roads A355 to Windsor
A404 to High Wycombe and London
A413 to Gerrards Cross and Towcester
A416 to Berkhamsted
Railway station Amersham train station
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Places near Amersham


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  • Beloved children’s writer Enid Blyton lived in the town for the last three decades of her life
  • In 1982, Tony Blair ran for parliament here, but lost the election for the only time in his career
  • The Daily Telegraph listed Beaconsfield as Britain’s richest town in 2008
  • One of the town’s most notable theatre groups is the Chiltern Shakespeare Company


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  • Chesham is associated with the ‘four B’s’—boots, beer, brushes and Baptists
  • The last of these four is a reference to the town’s history of religious nonconformity
  • It is home to the most northerly stop on the London Underground, lying on the Metropolitan line
  • Famous residents have included the actor Stephen Fry and Labour politician Aneurin Bevan

Gerrards Cross

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  • Gerrards Cross takes its name from the Gerrard family, who owned the local manor in the eighteenth century
  • The town itself came into being in the nineteenth century, when it was formed from parts of other parishes
  • One of the town’s most notable buildings is the Gerrards Cross Memorial Building, dedicated to the lives lost in the First World War
  • Renowned human rights lawyer Amal Clooney grew up in the town

The Chalfonts

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  • The Chalfonts are a group of villages: Chalfont St Giles, Chalfont St Peter and Little Chalfont
  • Chalfont St Giles was once home to John Milton, who wrote the epic poem Paradise Lost here
  • Chalfont St Peter is considered the Gateway to the Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty
  • Little Chalfont has been home to its own nature park since 2016

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Ready to drive, but not sure if we cover you? The great news is that, no matter which part of Buckinghamshire you live in, our courses are available in your area. You can get more information about select towns and cities by following the links below.

The road to driving doesn’t have to be long. Start now by clicking the button below, or call us on 0333 123 4949 to speak to a member of our team about your ideal course.

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