Intensive Driving Courses in Hull

With Hull still basking in the glow of its 2017 UK City of Culture status, there are so many reasons to see the city’s sights. So, get your licence and get ou tthere! If you need to pass your driving test in Hull, Beverley, Hessle, Cottingham, and the surrounding area, then simply get in touch with PassMeFast. With one of our semi-intensive or intensive driving courses, you could be on the road in weeks!

Booking an Intensive Driving Course in Hull

If you think you know everything there is to know about learning to drive, then think again. PassMeFast has reinvented getting your wheels. One hour per week? Out. One-size-fits-all, 5 day courses? Out. What’s in? Driving courses tailored to meet your needs, helping you focus on the areas you need to improve upon in order to pass your test and become a safe driver.


Interested in automatic intensive driving lessons in Hull?

With PassMeFast, you’re free to choose between taking lessons in a manual or an automatic car. The latter option is a good choice if you’re finding gear changes particularly frustrating—a common occurrence in a bustling city like Hull!

Be aware, though, that there are downsides, too: automatic cars aren’t necessarily easier to learn in, and they certainly aren’t a one-way ticket to a guaranteed pass. You’ll also be restricted to driving automatic cars after you pass, which can be more expensive. For a full debrief, check out our comparison of automatic vs manual cars.

Speaking of your test, have you heard that some companies make you wait around for months just to take your practical? Not with our driving school. We offer fast-track practical tests, helping you get on the road faster. You’ll learn alongside one of our highly qualified and experienced (and, of course, DVSA-approved) driving instructors, giving you a fantastic chance of passing.

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Why choose PassMeFast for your intensive driving course?

  • 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 Hull

It’s always a relief when you don’t have to travel far to pass your test—and, luckily for learners here, the Hull test centre is just a stone’s throw from the city centre. If you’re looking to take your lessons elsewhere in East Yorkshire, then the next best option is the Bridlington test centre.

Theory Test Centres in Hull

Don’t forget that you’ll need to take your theory test too! Though it receives less attention than the practical driving test, it’s just as important a step towards getting your licence, and you can’t take your practical without it. The Hull theory test centre is conveniently located within the city centre, and is a short seven-minute walk from Hull’s Paragon Interchange train station. Other alternative test centres close to Hull can be found in Driffield and Grimsby.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

Need to take your theory? Add it to your course, and we’ll book it for you! Our team will then take care of fast-tracking your test at a local centre.

Driving in and around Hull

Most learners learning to drive in Hull will be taking their test at the local test centre in the north of the city. As such, you’ll be spending much of your time learning to drive in this area, which features several busy A roads, including the A1033 and A1079. You’ll also encounter plenty of major roundabouts here, as well as various types of road junctions. Most tests will also include a mix of residential and rural roads, so ensure that you’re aware of the different types of pedestrian crossing, and are prepared for whatever your examiner will throw at you.

Map showing Hull within East Yorkshire

Remember, however, that PassMeFast’s courses are comprehensive, and will teach you everything you need to know. This means that, by the time you come to take your test—which may be in as little as one week!—you should be ready to deal with practically every eventuality, and you’ll have the skills under your belt to be able to pass with ease.

Driving Instructors in Hull

Most learners find driving instructors in Hull by searching online or through a recommendation. Many instructors use social media or websites to advertise themselves and some are listed on the DVSA website. It can be difficult to find an available instructor — they’re still in very high demand after lockdowns, with some waiting lists up to 4 months long! 

Need a driving instructor in Hull? PassMeFast does the hard work of matching you with an instructor that suits your availability. We have 45 driving instructors in and around East Yorkshire who’ll work around your schedule and help you get on the road in a flash. 

Wondering how fast you can pass? Our flexible but intensive driving courses mean you learn efficiently and boost your chances of passing ASAP. Instead of making you wait for ages for a test after your lessons, we fast-track your test before assigning an expert driving instructor to teach you. This goal-focused structure ensures your driving skills are fresh in your mind for your test so you’re more likely to pass. 

Over 50,000 people have taken the faster route to driving with PassMeFast — and you can be next! Enter your postcode here to find prices in your area.

Driving Schools in Hull

Instead of learning to drive with an independent driving instructor, some people choose to learn with a driving school. Driving schools tend to offer a slower, more traditional approach to learning to drive than intensive course specialists like PassMeFast.  

The major downside of the traditional 1- or 2-hour weekly lesson is that you don’t get to book a test until your instructor thinks you are ready — and with most test centres in East Yorkshire being fully booked months in advance, you could end up waiting a long time (and wasting money on lessons to stop your skills from getting rusty while you wait). 

PassMeFast works around you and your schedule, and your lessons will be at a pace that works for you in a modern, goal-focused way. PassMeFast is the faster and easier route to driving — we’ll do all the admin, our courses include a fast-tracked practical test date, and your driving instructor will pick you up from home or work.

Hull Fact File

Famous for... 2017 UK City of Culture
Population 260,000
County East Yorkshire
Local council Hull City Council
Major local roads A1033 to Withernsea
A1079 to York
A165 to Scarborough
A63 to Leeds
Railway station Hull train station

Places near Hull


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  • Originally known as 'Inderawuda', meaning 'in the wood of the men of Deira', it was founded in 700 AD by Saint John of Beverley
  • Home to the popular Beverley Racecourse, which attracts thousands of tourists and horse-racing enthusiasts every year
  • The Beverley Folk Festival is held in June annually, featuring days of folk music and comedy
  • It was listed in the Sunday Times Best Places to Live in northern England in 2018


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  • The town's name is derived from British and Saxon root words; as a whole, it roughly translates to 'habitation in the water meadows of Ket'
  • Birthplace of Barbara Buttrick, 1940s and 1950s female boxing champion, the first female boxer to have a fight broadcast on national TV
  • The tradition of hanging Christmas lights was kickstarted by local traders in 1981, in an effort to increase trading and build up a sense of community during winter
  • Hosts the Cottingham Springboard Festival annually in May, with three days of live music in local public houses


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  • Twinned with a town in France called Bourg-de-Thizy
  • Home to famous Grade I-listed landmark Humber Bridge, opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1981. At the time, it was the longest single span suspension bridge in the world
  • Local Hessle All Saints' Church was designated as a Grade I listed building back in 1967 and is maintained by Historic England
  • The town celebrates Hessle Feast, an event that spans back to the 1800s, in which residents enjoy fundraising, food and live music


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  • Paying homage to Willerby's heritage, the town put up a sculpture spanning 4.5 metres which bears features including a Viking long ship and weather vane
  • The Willerby and Derringham Bank Flood Alleviation Scheme was set up in response to the 2007 UK floods; it cost over £10 million
  • The town has its own memorial dedicated to the men of Willerby who fought and died in World War I and II
  • Home to Haltemprice Priory Farm, a Grade II* listed building


Can I pass my driving test with 10 hours of practice?

It's extremely unlikely that you'd pass your driving test with only 10 hours of practice. This simply isn't enough time to learn all of the skills you'll need during your test.

You won't be perfect at everything right away, so you'll need to give yourself some time to improve your skills and grow more confident.

The DVSA recommends around 45 hours of professional driving lessons, along with 22 hours of private practice with a friend or family member.

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Driving lessons with PassMeFast are available across a wide area, including the whole of Yorkshire. If you’re in our coverage area, you could be on the road within a matter of weeks! Other nearby areas we cover include:

Turbocharge your driving. Book your course online or call the PassMeFast team on 0333 123 4949.

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What is the driving test pass rate in Hull?

The driving test pass rate in Hull is 50.6%. It’s understandable that some people choose their test centre based on the pass rate, but it’s not as important as you’d think. There are lots of factors that can influence a pass rate, such as the number of tests taken in the area. Whether or not you pass simply depends on how you perform on the day.

Where is the local driving test centre for Hull?

The local driving test centre in Hull is the Hull test centre. Just pop HU6 7PY into the Sat Nav and head to Clough Road bright and early. It’s usually best to pick the test centre closest to you when you book your test. You’ll do your driving lessons in this area and become familiar with the route you’ll use during the test.