Intensive Driving Courses in Greenwich

Looking for a driving school in Greenwich? Want to get on the road quickly, without compromising teaching quality? Say hello to PassMeFast.

PassMeFast offers a range of driving courses that can help any learner get their full UK driving licence in a matter of weeks. Read on for everything you need to know about our courses.

Booking a Course

Intensive driving courses don’t have to mean cramming all your lessons into a 5 day period. PassMeFast’s courses are both fast and flexible, and can help you to turn L plates into P plates quickly without making you change your schedule.

We have nine different courses to choose from, with a minimum of 5 hours and maximum of 48, all of which can be found on our prices page. Once you’ve booked, we’ll then work on finding you a practical test date to suit your needs—and, crucially, an appointment that’s weeks or even months earlier than the times typically available from the DVSA website.

With this in place, we’ll assign you an instructor—and, together, you’ll decide on the structure of your course. Got a lot of free time? Get things done quickly with an intensive pace. Full diary? Fit lessons in where you can with a semi-intensive option.

Interested in automatic driving lessons in Greenwich?

With automatic cars an increasingly common sight on UK roads, it’s easy to understand why many of our learners are interested in taking their lessons in an automatic car. That’s why we’re proud to say that we offer all nine of our courses in both automatic and manual cars. Simply select an automatic course when making your booking.

All of our instructors are DVSA-approved, and have the experience and patience to turn a novice into a driving whiz in a short space of time. They’ll even offer home and workplace pickups, and they’ll always give you their full and undivided attention—we only offer one-on-one courses at PassMeFast!

With your driving lessons complete, you’ll take your test at a local test centre. Provided all goes well, you’ll soon be able to get rid of your provisional and get on the road solo.

Starting your journey is simple—just call the team on 0333 123 4949, or click the button below to book 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 Greenwich

While Greater London is dotted with more than two dozen practical test centres, none of those are to be found within the Royal Borough of Greenwich. This means learners here will need to choose a nearby test centre in a neighbouring borough, instead. The best options for Greenwich learners include Hither Green in Lewisham, or Belvedere and Sidcup, both of which are in Bexley.

Theory Test Centres in Greenwich

One of the most common myths amongst drivers is that the theory test is incredibly easy. If only it were true! There’s certainly no guaranteed pass to be had with your theory—this will require some serious studying. Once you’ve brushed up on the many possible questions and figured out the hazard perception clips, you’ll be ready to head to a local test centre to sit your test. Learners in Greenwich will need to travel outside of the borough to sit their test: either across the river to Mile End, into central London to get to Southwark, or southeast to Sidcup.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

You’ll need to pass your theory test before you’re eligible to book a practical test. If you haven’t passed yet, make sure to select a theory test when booking your PassMeFast course.

Driving Around Greenwich

The borough of Greenwich certainly features a variety of different road types—you’ll notice everything from quiet residential streets through to bustling roads such as the South Circular. Trickier areas include Clifton’s Roundabout, which lies at the junction between the A2 and A205 (South Circular), and those crossing the river will even need to deal with the unique set of challenges brought by driving through tunnels—including a rare minimum speed limit sign.

Map of Greenwich within Greater London

With no test centre in Greenwich, learners here will also spend some of their lessons getting used to the area where their practical test is due to take place. There’s a lot to take in—but, time after time, our learners have proved the driving test myths wrong and secured their very own full UK driving licence. With our courses, you’ll gain all the skills you need to follow in their footsteps and become the next member of the PassMeFast alumni.

Greenwich Fact File

Famous for... Greenwich Mean Time
Population 282,800
County Greater London
Local council Royal Borough of Greenwich
Major local roads A102 to Blackwall
A2 to Central London and Dover
A20 to Dover and New Cross
A205 (South Circular) to Chiswick
Served by Jubilee line
Docklands Light Railway
Emirates Air Line
Elizabeth line (from 2019)
Railway station Eltham train station
Greenwich train station
Woolwich Arsenal train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Greenwich
Wikipedia

Places in Greenwich

Abbey Wood

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KEY FACTS

  • The area takes its name after Lesnes Abbey Woods, which in turn takes its name after a now-ruined abbey in the area
  • Lesnes Abbey was one of the first to be closed after Henry VIII decreed the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the sixteenth century
  • The area will be amongst the first served by the new Elizabeth line upon its 2019 inauguration
  • Famous residents have included snooker player Steve Davis and rapper Tinie Tempah

Eltham

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KEY FACTS

  • The town’s most famous landmark is Eltham Palace, which served as a royal residence through three centuries
  • Today, the palace serves as a popular filming location for films, TV shows and music videos
  • Another noteworthy area of green space in the area is Avery Hill Park
  • Comedian and actor Bob Hope was born in the town, and the local theatre bears his name

Greenwich

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KEY FACTS

  • Time around the world is defined relative to that at the Greenwich Royal Observatory, with Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) serving as the UK’s official time zone
  • Maritime Greenwich, including the Old Royal Naval College, is inscribed in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • The Cutty Sark clipper ship is a popular local attraction, preserved as a museum ship since the 1950s
  • The Millennium Dome was built here to commemorate the year 2000; it has since been renamed as the O2 and is now the world’s busiest music arena

Woolwich

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KEY FACTS

  • A small settlement until the 16th century, Woolwich grew when it became home to Woolwich Dockyard, ‘The Mother Dock of all England’
  • The town has strong military connections, having been home to the Royal Arsenal, which gave its name to Arsenal FC
    Drawing on its history, Woolwich hosted the shooting events at the London 2012 Olympic Games
  • Regeneration has seen the area connected to the Docklands Light Railway and Crossrail networks

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Whether you’re in Greenwich or not, PassMeFast can help you to ditch your L plates lickety-split. Take a look at some other nearby areas we cover:

In fact, there are tens of millions of people within our coverage area—so, there are plenty of pass stories just waiting to happen. To start writing yours, call us today on 0333 123 4949, or book online by clicking the button below.

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