Intensive Driving Courses in Haringey

If you’re looking for a driving school that can help you to bypass the long driving test waiting times, offers flexible lessons with experienced, friendly instructors, and takes away the hassle that comes with learning to drive, then come to PassMeFast. Our driving lessons are available across Haringey, and can help you to pass your test within weeks of booking.

Booking A Course

At PassMeFast, we believe that a course doesn’t need to be inflexible to be intensive. With us, you control the pace of your lessons—there are no one-size-fits-all 5 day courses here!

Instead, we offer both fully intensive and semi-intensive course structures. This means that you can fit lessons into even the busiest schedule while still passing well ahead of the traditional timeframe.

Interested in automatic driving lessons in Haringey?

Not a fan of shifting gears? Is clutch control a drag? An automatic car could be a great option for you. PassMeFast offers courses in both manual and automatic cars—so, if you’re looking for a smoother urban drive, an auto course might be just the ticket. Read up on our guide to the differences between automatic and manual cars for information, and be aware that prices may vary by transmission.

Our department is adept at beating the usual DVSA waiting times by weeks or even months, ensuring that you’re not left waiting around. What’s more, we’ll start by booking this date in advance, and structure your lessons around it. This means you’ll be able to hit the ground running (or, more appropriately, driving) when it comes to taking your practical test.

Booking in with us is simple, and can speed up the process of learning to drive by months. Just give us a bell on 0333 123 4949, or book online by clicking 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 Haringey

Very few boroughs lying so close to central London have their own test centre—but, fortunately, Haringey is an exception. In fact, there are two practical test centres within the borough: Tottenham, which is a stone’s throw from the former Spurs ground at White Hart Lane, and Wood Green, ten minutes’ drive from Alexandra Palace. In such an urban area, be sure to check out our guide to the different types of pedestrian crossing—don’t get caught out!

Theory Test Centres in Haringey

Sadly, Haringey’s learners can’t have it all their own way: while there’s a choice of practical test centres here, there are no theory test centres in Haringey. This isn’t too much of a shock—there are only eight in Greater London. The most convenient test centre for candidates from Haringey, therefore, is Southgate theory test centre, which can be reached directly on the Piccadilly line from four Tube stations in the borough.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

It’s important to remember that you can’t take your practical test without having passed your theory test first. If you’re without a valid theory test pass certificate, be sure to check the box for a theory test when making your booking.

Driving Around Haringey

You’ll find a wealth of different road types within the compact boundaries of Haringey—and that can make driving here a challenge. Your test route may, for example, require you to navigate your way around the roundabout at Great Cambridge Junction, which links the A10 and North Circular. You might also find quieter, residential roads, lined with cars, which will put your hazard perception and responsiveness skills to the test. Of course, it’s not an either/or: your test will encompass the full breadth of roads in Haringey.

Map of Haringey within Greater London

This is, without doubt, a daunting task—but PassMeFast are here to help. Whether you’re struggling with roundabouts, need to practice those manoeuvres, or simply don’t know how to answer the ‘show me, tell me’ questions, we’ll help you to build new skills and polish up your existing areas of strength. By the time your driving lessons come to an end, you’ll be raring to go. There’s no such thing as a ‘guaranteed pass’ in any test—but with your newfound driving knowledge and sky-high confidence, you’ll have a fantastic chance of walking away with that full UK driving licence first time.

Haringey Fact File

Famous for... Alexandra Palace
Population 271,200
County Greater London
Local council London Borough of Haringey
Major local roads A1 to Central London and Edinburgh
A10 to Central London and King's Lynn
A503 to Camden Town and Woodford
A504 to West Hendon
Served by Northern line
Piccadilly line
Victoria line
London Overground
Railway stations Seven Sisters train station
Tottenham Hale train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Haringey
Wikipedia

Places in Haringey

Hornsey

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KEY FACTS

  • Though they appear different, Hornsey and Haringey are actually forms of the same word
  • Hornsey was home to the first Lotus Cars factory, which opened in stables behind the Railway Hotel in 1954
  • Green spaces bordering Hornsey include Alexandra Park and Queen’s Wood
  • Based in St Mary’s Tower, The Intimate Space in Hornsey claims to be London’s smallest performance space

Muswell Hill

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KEY FACTS

  • The ‘well’ in Muswell Hill’s name was believed to have miraculous healing properties in legend
  • Rock band The Kinks were formed by brothers Ray and Dave Davies here in 1964
  • The very first Wetherspoons pub opened in Muswell Hill in 1979
  • In 2013, the Sunday Times listed Muswell Hill as one of London’s most desirable places to live

Tottenham

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KEY FACTS

  • Bruce Castle in Tottenham is a Grade I listed building, and was visited by Henry VIII, who also hunted in the local wood
  • The town is perhaps best known as the home of Tottenham Hotspur
  • Tottenham also lends its name to Tottenham cake, a tray bake covered in pink icing
  • Tottenham’s most famous local is arguably world-renowned singer Adele

Wood Green

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KEY FACTS

  • The earliest recorded mention of Wood Green dates back to 1256
  • Alexandra Palace in Wood Green became home to BBC Television in 1935; the world’s first regular public television service began here a year later
  • The Wood Green Empire, now closed, was home to many early ITV programmes
  • Today, Wood Green is one of London’s major metropolitan centres, thanks in part to its large Shopping City complex

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Our courses are available across London: north, south, east and west. Some of the many areas we cover can be found in the list below.

With instructors across the UK, it’s little wonder that we’ve already helped to create thousands of magical moments for PassMeFast’s large family of alumni. To join us, call us on 0333 123 4949, or book your course online in minutes by clicking on the button below.

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