Intensive Driving Courses in Havering

Looking to get your driving licence quickly, but don’t want to have to take all of your lessons in a 5 day period? Wish you could find a driving school whose courses were both fast and flexible? Your search is at an end. Meet PassMeFast.

With PassMeFast, the road to driving doesn’t have to be long. Read on to learn about how lessons with us can fit around your schedule, while still helping you to pass your test just weeks after booking.

Booking A Course

PassMeFast isn’t like other driving schools. We won’t make you take one week off work just to complete our courses, and we won’t try to reel you in with false promises of a “guaranteed pass”. Instead, we offer all of our learners the same great service, no matter where they live.

There are nine different courses you can choose from when booking with us. Our shortest course, ideal for someone who’s very close to test standard, is just five hours long; on the other end of the scale, newcomers to driving are better suited to our longest, 48-hour course. There’s a whole range of courses in between—check them all out at our prices page.

Interested in automatic driving lessons in Havering?

With no gears or clutch control to be concerned about, automatic cars have some clear advantages over manual cars. For this reason, more and more drivers are turning to the once-maligned auto gearbox, and they’re more popular than ever on British roads.

If you’re looking to learn in an automatic car, you’ll be pleased to learn that all of our courses can be taken in either manual or automatic transmission. Still weighing things up? Find out the key differences between the two in our automatic vs manual car guide.

When you book a course with us, you’ll be learning alongside a DVSA-approved instructor. Their experience and patience will help even the most nervous novice to become a confident motorist. All of our lessons are one-on-one, and we offer home and workplace pickups, too.

Your lessons will all be building up to the big day: your practical test. But, unlike other companies, we won’t make you wait around for this. Instead, we’ll book your test in advance and structure your lessons around this date. This means that the driving skills you’ve acquired will be fresh in your mind, giving you the best possible chance of passing.

Your new licence could be just weeks away—and all you have to do is book. Call us on 0333 123 4949 to speak to our sales team, or click the button below to book your course online now.

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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 Havering

Here in Havering, learners looking to take their driving test will likely find that the Hornchurch practical test centre is their nearest and most convenient option. An alternative choice is the Barking (Tanner Street) test centre in neighbouring Barking and Dagenham. For some extra tips prior to taking your test, brush up on some of our top ways to impress your driving examiner!

Theory Test Centres in Havering

Your theory test might seem like an inconvenience, but it’s an important step to take, providing you with a solid knowledge of everything from the national speed limit through to braking distances. That’s why studying for this test is so crucial—what you learn here forms part of the foundation of your driving future. Once you’re ready to sit the test itself, you’ll need to travel to your theory test centre—Ilford is the closest, and can be reached directly on Crossrail from Romford, Gidea Park and Harold Wood.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

It’s true that you’ll need to have passed your theory test before you can book a practical test—in fact, the DVSA recommend that you take your theory test certificate to your driving test! This doesn’t mean, though, that you won’t be able to book a course with us. Just remember that you’ll need to add a theory test onto your course.

Driving Around Havering

From the ring of dual carriageways and roundabouts that surround Romford town centre through to rural areas south of Upminster, Havering contains a diversity of road types uncommon to Greater London. You’ll certainly see the differences between city and country driving in microcosm when travelling on Havering’s roads!

Map of Havering within Greater London

Our instructors, however, know the local area well, and will be there to introduce you to every unique feature of the roads. This helps to ensure that, by the time the practical test rolls around, you won’t be taken by surprise, and will be more than prepared to pass first time.

Havering Fact File

Famous for... Royal Liberty of Havering
Population 256,000
County Greater London
Local council London Borough of Havering
Major local roads A12 to Central London and Lowestoft
A124 to Canning Town
A127 to Southend
A13 to Central London and Shoeburyness
Served by District line
London Overground
Elizabeth line (from 2019)
Railway stations Gidea Park train station
Harold Wood train station
Rainham train station
Romford train station
Upminster train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Havering
Wikipedia

Places in Havering

Hornchurch

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KEY FACTS

  • During an ice age 450,000 years ago, the furthest south any ice sheet reached in Britain was in the area where Hornchurch stands today
  • The Hornchurch Airfield was an important RAF station during both World Wars
  • Hornchurch is home to the AFC Hornchurch football team, as well as Havering Hockey Club
  • Pioneering drum and bass record label RAM Records is based in the town

Rainham

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KEY FACTS

  • The oldest surviving building in Rainham is the Church of St Helen and St Giles, built in the 1160s
  • One of the town’s main landmarks is the National Trust-owned Rainham Hall, a Georgian house
  • The local Rainham Marshes Nature Reserve, owned by the RSPB, is home to a number of avian and insect species
  • A section of the London LOOP path, which encircles outer London, runs through Rainham

Romford

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KEY FACTS

  • Romford Market, which still operates to this day, was established as a sheep market in 1247
  • Romford’s commercial centre was bolstered in the 1960s by the opening of the Liberty Shopping Centre
  • The town is home to the Raiders ice hockey team, who play at the Sapphire Ice and Leisure Centre
  • One of the town’s newer cultural hotspots is the Brookside Theater, dubbed “Romford’s best kept secret”

Upminster

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KEY FACTS

  • The town’s name refers to its position on high ground, and to the church that stands there
  • Upminster’s Church of St Laurence is a Grade I listed building which has stood since the 13th century
  • William Derham first calculated the speed of sound in Upminster by firing a shotgun from local landmarks
  • The town is also home to Upminster Windmill, one of London’s few remaining mills

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Though we’ve covered the Havering area in this guide, PassMeFast covers the whole of Greater London. So, don’t feel disheartened if you live outside of the borough—if you’re in London, you can book with us! Check out a few other nearby areas we cover:

The open road is just a call or click away. Ring us on 0333 123 4949 to discuss our course options and find the best choice for you—or book online by clicking the button below.

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