Intensive Driving Courses in Milton Keynes

There may be over 100 roundabouts in Milton Keynes, but getting on the road shouldn’t drive you around the bend. That’s because PassMeFast makes getting your licence quicker and simpler. Our courses are fast without forcing you into a 5 day schedule, and flexible without slowing you down. Find out more about what our driving school can offer learners in Milton Keynes.

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If you’re looking to get behind the wheel, PassMeFast can help to speed up your journey. We specialise in intensive and semi-intensive courses, meaning you’ll benefit from a structured approach to your lessons that increases your chances of success in the test. Better still, thanks to our fast-tracking service, you could pass weeks or even months ahead of the normal waiting times.

When you learn with us, you’ll take lessons alongside a DVSA-approved instructor in your area, who’ll help you to build your skills and grow in confidence on the road. Meanwhile, a member of our team will be dedicated to sorting out all of the admin for your course, including securing theory and practical test dates well ahead of the usual waiting times.

Interested in automatic driving lessons in Milton Keynes?

Think an automatic car would suit you best? PassMeFast offers all of its courses in both transmissions, meaning you can learn in a vehicle that suits you. Just select an auto course when booking in.

Not quite sure we’re a good fit? Don’t worry—we’re more adaptable than you might think. We have a broad range of courses suiting learners of any ability, all of which can be compared on our prices page. (We’ve even got a course recommender to make the decision easier!) Once you’ve booked in, you can structure your driving lessons over a timescale to suit your schedule. Plus, we offer home and workplace pickups as standard.

There are so many great reasons to choose a driving course with PassMeFast—just check out some of our pass photos of the week to see how we change our learners’ lives. Want to join them? Pick up the phone and call 0333 123 4949 to speak to the team, or simply book your driving course online.

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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 Milton Keynes

If you live in the Milton Keynes area, you may be wondering if you’re able to take your practical test locally. The good news is that the answer is yes! Though not bearing the Milton Keynes moniker, Bletchley test centre is a convenient option for those living here. Other choices include Aylesbury practical test centre to the south, or Leighton Buzzard’s Stanbridge Road test centre just over the border in Bedfordshire. Be sure to check out the different types of roundabout you may come across if taking your test here!

Theory Test Centres in Milton Keynes

After completing countless hours of revision, it’s time to get your theory test out of the way. As with the practical test, learners living in this area are lucky to be able to take their theory test without much travel involved. In fact, the Milton Keynes theory test centre is right in the heart of town—and, at just an 11-minute walk from the Milton Keynes Central train station, it’s useful for those coming from further afield, too. Elsewhere in Buckinghamshire, you’ll find the Aylesbury theory test centre.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

Despite what many learners think, the theory test does not come with a guaranteed pass attached. Worse still, without passing the theory, you can’t progress to the practical. Add a theory test onto your course, and we’ll schedule it in good time. Now it’s just down to you to get prepared!

Driving Around Milton Keynes

Even if you’ve never been behind the wheel of a car before, you’ll know that driving in Milton Keynes means taking on roundabout after roundabout. If you live in one of the more residential parts of the city, you’ll also know that it’s not uncommon to come across narrow streets where parked cars can limit your space. However, with the local test centre being found in Bletchley rather than in central Milton Keynes, you may find yourself on more varied roads than you might expect.

Map showing Milton Keynes within Buckinghamshire

Of course, the familiar rotary systems will certainly form a major part of your test, with everything from multi-lane to double roundabouts making an appearance. However, you’ll also encounter major A roads, which can see you travelling at up to the national speed limit. While you won’t need to display any motorway driving on your test, your instructor may decide you’re ready for lessons on the nearby M1.

Milton Keynes Fact File

Famous for UK's largest New Town
Population 229,941
County Buckinghamshire
Local council Milton Keynes
Major local roads A4146 to Hemel Hempstead
A421 to Croughton and Wyboston
A5 to Holyhead and London
A509 to Kettering
Railway station Milton Keynes Central train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Milton Keynes
Wikipedia

Places near Milton Keynes

Bletchley

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KEY FACTS

  • The first recorded mention of Bletchley is found in documents from the twelfth century
  • Today, the town is best-known as the home of Bletchley Park, where codebreaking operations took place during the Second World War
  • It became a constituent town of Milton Keynes upon its founding as a New Town
  • Bletchley is also home to Stadium MK, the home of the MK Dons

Newport Pagnell

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KEY FACTS

  • Newport Pagnell was mentioned in the Domesday Book, and was once one of Buckinghamshire’s largest towns
  • Tickford Bridge, which crosses the River Ouzel in the town, is one of the last cast-iron bridges still carrying traffic
  • The town is home to the UK’s last remaining vellum manufacturer, William Cowley
  • Most motorists will know it as the site of the UK’s first service station open to all traffic, found along the M1

Olney

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KEY FACTS

  • In the English Civil War, the town was home to the Battle of Olney Bridge
  • Olney has been home to a rugby club since 1877, which includes men’s and women’s teams
  • The town gives its name to the Olney Hymns, a collection of work including the hymn Amazing Grace
  • It has been home to the Olney Pancake Race since 1445, and still takes place every Shrove Tuesday

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Want to pass fast? We’ve got fantastic news: our courses are available across the whole of Buckinghamshire! So, if you live elsewhere in the county, be sure to check out our local info pages by following the links below.

Start your journey to passing. Book your course now by clicking the button below, or by giving our team a call on 0333 123 4949.

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