Intensive Driving Courses in Harrow

Learning to drive in Harrow gives you the chance to explore a vast area of north London—and beyond, into the rural splendour of neighbouring Hertfordshire. What you may not be aware of, however, is how quick it can be to become an accomplished driver. Luckily, with PassMeFast, the road to driving doesn’t have to be long. Read on to learn how our crash courses can help you take to the driver’s seat with skill and confidence in a matter of weeks.

Booking an Intensive Driving Course in Harrow

PassMeFast is a driving school that’s aiming to change the game. With us, there’s no dragging out the process with one lesson per week—but nor is there a single, one-size-fits-all 5 day course for all learners. Instead, we offer the best of both worlds: the flexibility of a traditional school with the fast pace of an intensive driving course company.

We understand that not everyone comes to us with the same requirements or experience. That’s why we offer nine different course options, with our shortest including just 5 hours of lessons, while our longest includes 48 hours.

Intensive driving courses with us are always one-on-one, and you’ll learn from a DVSA-approved instructor with a solid knowledge of the local roads. They’ll help you build up your skills on everything from roundabouts to reversing, helping you to become a safe and confident all-round driver.

Interested in automatic intensive driving lessons in Harrow?

While most learners opt for manual lessons, automatic cars are undoubtedly increasing in popularity. If you’re interested in going auto, we can make it happen: all of our courses can be taken in either a manual or an automatic car. Costs may vary depending on transmission—see our prices page for full details.

During your intensive driving course, you’ll be free to focus on the driving, as we’ll sort out the admin side of things for you. This includes booking your practical test, and theory test too, if required. Better still, we’re skilled at finding fast-track practical tests, meaning that you could get your licence months earlier than would normally be possible.

We’ve seen time and time again that our intensive courses work for learners, with PassMeFast alumni including Daniel, who got his licence in just one week. If you’d like to be our next pass story, call us on 0333 123 4949, or click the button below to book your course online.

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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 Harrow

While there are technically no practical test centres lying within Harrow’s borders, the Pinner test centre, which takes its name from a town in Harrow, is a great choice for people living in the west of the borough. If you live further east, you may be better served by one of the two Greenford test centres: Greenford (London), the primary test centre, or Greenford (Whitton Ave East), which was set up to cope with the high demand in the area.

Theory Test Centres in Harrow

With no theory test centres in Harrow, the best options lie outside of the borough. If you live around Harrow-on-the-Hill, you may wish to take the Metropolitan line to the Uxbridge test centre; alternatively, those in Kenton and Wealdstone may find it easier to take the London Overground to Watford. While you’re on your way, make sure to read up on some of the top debunked theory test myths.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

While you don’t need to have passed your theory test to start lessons, it certainly helps—without one, you can’t book a practical test. Make sure to add a theory test on when you book your course. We’ll be able to sort out your test appointment for you, and take it into account when scheduling your lessons.

Driving Around Harrow

From the quiet, almost village-esque feel of areas around Pinner through to major dual carriageways closer to Harrow, this borough’s roads certainly put learners through their paces. Tricky spots include the huge Northwick Park Roundabout which sits on Harrow’s border with Brent, while the pair of roundabouts lying just to the west of the town centre are sure to test candidates’ judgement, with some slipping up due to lack of proper observation or undue hesitation.

Map of Harrow within Greater London

While learners who come into their test unprepared may soon find the driving test faults racking up, PassMeFast courses make sure that you’ll go to your test confident, having gained the abilities you need to have a great chance of passing. While there’s no way to ever be sure of a guaranteed pass, our courses will help transform you into a safe driver for life, giving you a fantastic chance of getting your hands on that shiny, pink licence first time.

Harrow Fact File

Famous for... Harrow School
Population 248,900
County Greater London
Local council London Borough of Harrow
Major local roads A312 to Hampton
A409 to Edgware
A410 to Bushey and Northwick Park
A5 to Central London and Holyhead
Served by Bakerloo line
Jubilee line
Metropolitan line
Piccadilly line
London Overground
Railway stations Harrow & Wealdstone train station
Harrow-on-the-Hill train station
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Places in Harrow


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  • In terms of religion, Harrow is one of the most diverse places in the UK, with Christian, Hindu, Muslim and Jewish communities
  • The Harrow-on-the-Hill area, home to Harrow School, is home to a number of well-preserved Georgian buildings
  • Notable alumni of the school include Prime Ministers Robert Peel and Winston Churchill
  • From the world of entertainment, singers Peter André, Tom Fletcher and Kate Nash were all born in Harrow


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  • Since 1336, Pinner has held an annual street fair each May; it is one of the few remaining places in the UK to do so
  • In the mid-nineteenth century, Isabella Beeton, author of Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management, lived here
  • The local Pinner RFC is the most junior club to have ever supplied a president of the Rugby Football Union
  • Sir Elton John was born and raised in the town, and attended Pinner County Grammar School


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  • Stanmore Hill is one of Greater London’s highest points, and the highest north of the River Thames
  • The local church, St John the Evangelist, has been housed in two buildings: one a red brick building, now ruined, dating to 1632; the other an 1850 stone church
  • One of Stanmore’s main landmarks is Bentley Priory, a stately home and deer park that was once home to Queen Adelaide
  • Rock musician Billy Idol was born in the town, and is one of its most famous residents


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  • The town’s name is derived from boundary stones which demarcated the parishes of Harrow and Harrow Weald
  • The local football team, Wealdstone FC, was once home to players such as Stuart Pearce and Vinnie Jones
  • Wealdstone FC appeared in the first ever televised football match, against Barnet in 1946
  • More recently, the club became synonymous with The Wealdstone Raider, who became an internet sensation and reached the top 5 of the UK singles chart

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Whether you live in this corner of north-west London or not, PassMeFast can help you get on the road. Our instructors can be found across the entirety of Greater London—you can read up on just a few other areas we cover by clicking on the links below.

PassMeFast have thousands of pass stories to tell—but now, we’re interested in helping you to create yours. To get things started, call the team on 0333 123 4949, or click the button below to book your driving course online.

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