Intensive Driving Courses in Aylesbury

If you’re looking for an intensive or semi-intensive driving course in Aylesbury, Buckingham and across central Buckinghamshire, then PassMeFast is here to help. We’ve got something to offer all learners, regardless of how many lessons you’ve previously taken. Read on to find out more about how we can help you to get your licence.

Booking a Course

Learner drivers shouldn’t have to choose between flexible lessons and passing fast—and with PassMeFast, you won’t have to! Our driving school offers intensive and semi-intensive courses that can help you to get on the road in just weeks, without forcing you to take all of your lessons in a 5 day window.

We understand that all of our learners have differing amounts of driving experience, from those who are totally test-ready to complete beginners (and even those coming back to driving after a break!). That’s why we have a range of different courses to choose from, all of which are available to compare on our prices page. We also have a course recommender to help you choose the best option for you.

Interested in automatic driving lessons in Aylesbury?

Here at PassMeFast, we like to offer our learners as much flexibility as possible. So, if you’d like to learn in an automatic, consider it done! Just select an auto course when you book in, and we’ll assign you a local instructor with a suitable car.

After securing your booking with a deposit of just £150, a member of the PassMeFast team will start making arrangements for your course—including bagging you that all-important fast-track practical test. They’ll also assign you a local instructor, who’ll take you for your driving lessons and prepare you for your test. By the time your course comes to an end, you’ll be feeling confident and ready to impress your examiner.

It could hardly be easier to get on the road. Why wait to pass fast? Start your journey today by calling us on 0333 123 4949. Alternatively, visit our online booking form to arrange your course within minutes.

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Why Choose PassMeFast?

  • 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 Test Centres in Aylesbury

Learners in this part of central Buckinghamshire are in luck when it comes to taking the driving test, as this area is home to the Aylesbury practical test centre. Should learners wish to travel to other parts of the county, then other options to consider are Bletchley and High Wycombe.

Theory Test Centres in Aylesbury

Buckinghamshire only has two theory test centres, but there’s no need for learners in this area to dismay. That’s because, if you live locally, you can simply pop along to the Aylesbury theory test centre. If you’re looking for an alternative, then you’ll either want to head north to Milton Keynes, or east to Luton.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

Make sure that you add a theory test onto your PassMeFast course when you make your booking. Our team will then arrange it for you, and could even fast-track it to beat the waiting times. All booked in? Get prepared! To start off, read up on our Sorted game: the fun way to test your hazard perception skills.

Driving Around Aylesbury

While there’s no truth in the rumour that examiners have fail quotas, a guaranteed pass is equally mythical. So, how can you improve your chances of getting that licence? The best method is to familiarise yourself with the area where your test is due to take place. In Aylesbury, where you can take your test right here in town, this means getting a solid handle on the local roads.

Map showing Aylesbury within Buckinghamshire

In a town like Aylesbury, which is criss-crossed and encircled by the A41 and A418 roads, roundabouts will be an unavoidable feature of your drive—and you’re likely to come across a fair few of them! It’s highly likely that your test will take in parts of the town centre, meaning that you could face congestion, requiring steady clutch control. Don’t rule out the possibility of suburbs appearing on your test too, though, with residential areas to the south of Aylesbury itself often cropping up.

Aylesbury Fact File

Famous for Home of the Paralympic Games
Population 58,740
County Buckinghamshire
Local council Aylesbury Vale
Major local roads A4010 to High Wycombe
A41 to Birkenhead and London
A413 to Gerrards Cross and Towcester
A4157 to Quarrendon
A418 to Ascott and Tiddington
Railway station Aylesbury train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Aylesbury
Wikipedia

Places near Aylesbury

Buckingham

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KEY FACTS

  • Buckingham was originally the county town of Buckinghamshire, but later lost this status to Aylesbury
  • A fire in 1725 devastated the town, but the rebuilding left it with a range of stunning Georgian architecture
  • One of the most distinctive buildings in the town is the Buckingham Old Gaol, which is now a museum
  • It is home to the University of Buckingham, the first private university in the UK

Wendover

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KEY FACTS

  • Wendover lies in the Chiltern Hills, taking its name from a local stream
  • It is also situated on the Ridgeway, a path described as “Britain’s oldest road”
  • Close to the town lies RAF Halton, which has been home to military aviation since 1913
  • The town is home to over 100 listed buildings, including the parish church

Winslow

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KEY FACTS

  • The town’s best-known building is Winslow Hall, believed to be designed by Sir Christopher Wren
  • Today, the house is home to Winslow Hall Opera, which has performed since 2012
  • Other notable buildings in the town include St Laurence’s Church, which dates to around 1320
  • Evidence of both Celtic and Roman settlements have been found in Winslow

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

PassMeFast’s range of intensive and semi-intensive driving courses may be top-of-the-range, but we want everyone to be able to experience them. That’s why we offer our courses across the whole of Buckinghamshire, including all of the following locations:

No matter which part of the county you hail from, we can help speed up learning to drive for you. All you need to do is book a course by calling 0333 123 4949, or clicking the button below to visit our booking form.

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