Intensive Driving Courses in Camden

Looking to learn to drive in Camden? Tired of companies that drag out your lessons over months—and those that make you take all your lessons in a 5 day period? Come to a driving school that does things differently: PassMeFast. Read on to learn more about our courses in Camden.

Booking A Course

At PassMeFast, we specialise in offering driving courses rather than individual lessons. We have nine different courses on offer, ranging from 5 hours up to 48. Each course can be taken at either an intensive or semi-intensive pace. No matter which option you choose, you could be on the road with a full UK driving licence within just a few weeks.

Unlike other driving schools, we start by securing you a practical test date. We’ll then build your course around this date, ensuring the skills you’ve gained are fresh in your mind in the run-up to your practical test.

Interested in automatic driving lessons in Camden?

In an inner-city area like Camden, heavy traffic is part and parcel of driving. This is naturally a frustrating experience—but it can be exacerbated even further when you’re behind the wheel of a manual car, and find yourself needing to change gear constantly (not to mention using a lot of clutch control).

If you’d like to dodge this, then an automatic car may be the way to go. With PassMeFast, you can take your course in either a manual or an automatic car—it’s up to you!

We don’t charge exorbitant fees for a ‘guaranteed pass’. Instead, we trust in the quality of our experienced, DVSA-approved driving instructors, who’ve already helped thousands of learners to breeze through their test and walk away with a shiny, pink driving licence. All of our lessons are taught one-on-one, and home and workplace pickups are available.

To chat to the team, give the office a call on 0333 123 4949. Alternatively, if you’d like to book your course now in just a few minutes, click the button below.

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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 Camden

For reasons that are fairly obvious, the DVSA have wisely avoided siting any practical test centres within London’s most central boroughs. The good news is that this means you avoid some of the most frustrating traffic in the country (though other cities around the world do, amazingly, have worse driving conditions!). The bad news, though, is that you’ll need to travel a little to take your test. Thankfully, it’s not too far away: to the north east, you’ll find Wood Green and Tottenham test centres; to the north west, meanwhile, lies Hendon test centre.

Theory Test Centres in Camden

Sadly, there are no theory test centres to be found in the borough of Camden, either. Taking your test here either means travelling: Southwark test centre is the closest, and can be reached by taking the Northern line to London Bridge and walking a short distance to Shand Street; alternatively, you can hop on the Piccadilly line to the Southgate test centre in Enfield.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

Don’t forget: add on a theory test to your course when booking if you haven’t passed this yet. Get a bit of extra prep by taking our theory test quiz!

Driving Around Camden

Driving in Camden itself can be tricky for even an experienced driver, with the borough’s many one-way systems meaning that the slightest wrong turn can develop into a much bigger problem than it would elsewhere. As you won’t be able to take your test in Camden, though, your lessons will see you gain experience in another area of London—most likely in nearby Haringey or Barnet.

Map of Camden within Greater London

Our courses are designed to help even a complete novice get up to test standard within a short space of time. Meanwhile, if you just need one last heave before taking your practical, you can instead opt for one of our refresher courses. No matter what you choose, your PassMeFast instructor will help you gain all the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to ditch the L plates for good.

Camden Fact File

Famous for... Camden Market
Population 253,400
County Greater London
Local council London Borough of Camden
Major local roads A41 to Birkenhead and Marble Arch
A5 to Holyhead and Marble Arch
A501 to Marylebone and Moorgate
Served by Central line
Circle line
Hammersmith & City line
Jubilee line
Metropolitan line
Northern line
Piccadilly line
Victoria line
London Overground
Elizabeth line (from 2019)
Railway stations Camden Road train station
Euston train station
King's Cross train station
St Pancras train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Camden
Wikipedia

Places in Camden

Bloomsbury

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KEY FACTS

  • Has a long-standing reputation as a hub for academia, and includes the main library of the University of London
  • The area also has strong literary associations, and was home to the Bloomsbury Group, including Virginia Woolf
  • Another of Bloomsbury’s key institutions is the British Museum, the world’s first national public museum
  • Bloomsbury is also noted for its numerous squares, of which Russell Square is one of the most famous

Camden Town

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KEY FACTS

  • Home to the sprawling Camden Market, one of London’s most popular tourist attractions
  • Regent’s Canal runs through the area, and is a popular venue for boat trips
  • The area’s many music venues mean that it is now strongly associated with alternative and indie culture
  • One of Camden Town’s most famous residents was the late singer Amy Winehouse

Hampstead

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KEY FACTS

  • There are more millionaires living in Hampstead than anywhere else in the UK
  • Well known for the large ancient parkland of Hampstead Heath, which is home to public swimming ponds
  • AIR Studios, based in a former church building, is used to record a range of music, alongside television and film audio
  • The experimental and striking Isokon Flats in Hampstead were once home to Agatha Christie

Kentish Town

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KEY FACTS

  • Surprisingly, Kentish Town’s name is unrelated to the county of Kent—it is an old English word referring to a riverbed
  • The 2002 comedy-drama film About a Boy was filmed in Kentish Town
  • The town is considered the birthplace of the pub rock genre of music
  • Kentish Town also hosts a number of art galleries, including the Beardsmore Gallery

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

We’re proud to offer our courses to learners from across Greater London—so, don’t worry if you’re not in Camden! Check out some other nearby areas where you can take driving lessons with us:

Your driving future is within reach. Call the office on 0333 123 4949 to speak to our sales team, or book your course online within just a few minutes by clicking on the button below.

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