Intensive Driving Courses in Liverpool

As one of the most vibrant and diverse cities in the UK—not to mention a former European Capital of Culture—there’s plenty worth exploring in Liverpool. And what better way to get around than by car? Read on to find out how you can become a fully licensed driver in Liverpool in a matter of weeks with a PassMeFast crash course!

Booking intensive driving lessons in Liverpool

Intensive Driving Course in Liverpool

Our range of intensive driving courses are fast, flexible and customisable. No matter which course you take, you can take it at a pace to suit you. If you booked a 25-hour course, for example, you could take it over a 5-day period, or spread your lessons out over a longer time frame to fit around your other commitments.

Interested in automatic intensive driving lessons in Liverpool?

Living in a city like Liverpool means you might often find yourself in traffic jams and dealing with traffic stopping and starting constantly. In a traditional manual car, this can lead to an incredibly frustrating driving experience. In an automatic car, however, you can forget about the annoying gear changes.

If you’d prefer to learn in an automatic car, then you’re in luck, as PassMeFast offer both manual and automatic lessons in Liverpool. Just another way we give you control over your driving course!

While our courses vary by individual, you can rely on a few things with every single PassMeFast course:

  • We’ll book you a fast-track practical test (and a theory test, if you need one), which will take place at a local test centre, weeks or months ahead of normal waiting times
  • You’ll get one-on-one tuition from one of our fleet of driving instructors

Our driving school is different to others—instead of making students pay thousands for a “guaranteed pass” (with plenty of small print), we simply offer great quality lessons with fantastic instructors. That means that, with PassMeFast, you have a fantastic chance of passing fast and first time.

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

Practical driving test centres in Liverpool

There are two test centres within the city of Liverpool itself, as well as a number of practical test centres in the wider region. For learners in the north of the city, the Norris Green test centre is likely to be your best option. Further south, Speke test centre is a good choice.

Theory test centres in Liverpool

Conveniently, Liverpool has its own theory test centre, which means that learners who still need to pass their theory test will be able to head here. The Liverpool theory test centre is very centrally located: it’s only 3 minutes on foot away from James Street station, and 7 minutes from Moorfields station.

Driving around Liverpool

As a bustling city, it shouldn’t surprise any learner drivers in Liverpool to hear that driving here will involve dealing with some pretty busy road conditions. However, your practical test will try to test you on a variety of different roads, so don’t be too surprised to head out towards the outskirts of the city on your course, or even to some more rural areas. You’ll also gain a solid understanding of how to approach different types of roads, junctions, and roundabouts—as well as the various types of pedestrian crossing.

Map showing Liverpool within Merseyside

Learning in Liverpool itself means you’ll quickly get to grips with how traffic works in this city, standing you in good stead for driving here in future. Your instructor will also teach you the manoeuvres and techniques you’ll need in your driving future, as well as instilling you with the right attitude to feel safe and confident every time you make a trip by car.

Crash course in Liverpool

Do you know the difference between a crash course and an intensive course? Well, there actually isn't one! They're both different ways of describing a driving course that's over a short amount of time, instead of the more traditional way of learning to drive. In other words, a crash course is your faster route to driving!

Liverpool fact file

Famous for... The Beatles
Population 484,600
County Merseyside
Local council Liverpool City Council
Major local roads A561 to Halewood
A562 to Warrington
A57 to Lincoln
A580 to Manchester
A59 to Wallasey and York
Railway station Liverpool Central train station
Liverpool Lime Street train station

Places in Liverpool

Knotty Ash

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  • Its name is derived from a gnarled ash tree which used to stand near the present-day Knotty Ash public house
  • Between 1951 and 1968, it was home to the city's rugby league team Liverpool City who played at Knotty Ash Stadium, Mill Yard
  • The town was made famous by comedian Sir Ken Dodd, as the home of the dwarfish comic characters he called the Diddy Men
  • It was reportedly the site of the unsolved "Tiki" Murder in 1961 in which a woman was killed in what was claimed to be a ritual linked to the Polynesian idol Tiki


Cropped Google Map with pin over Speke


  • The name derives from the Old English 'Spec', meaning 'Brushwood'
  • Known for Speke Hall, a Tudor wood-framed house now owned by the National Trust
  • It's notable as the location for Liverpool John Lennon Airport, previously known as Liverpool Speke Airport until 2001
  • Speke is also the location of the headquarters of Shop Direct Group, which claims to be the largest online retailer in the UK


Cropped Google Map with pin over Wavertree


  • The town's name roughly translates to 'wavering tree', possibly referring to local aspen trees
  • In the past, its name has also been spelt as: Watry, Wartre, Waurtree, Wavetre and Wavertree
  • The earliest settlement is indicated by the discovery of Bronze Age burial urns in Victoria Park in 1867
  • The town boasts a village lock-up, known as The Roundhouse, despite being octagonal in shape, which became a listed building in 1952


Cropped Google Map with pin over Woolton


  • Home to many Beatles landmarks, including Mendips (Lennon's childhood home) and Strawberry Field
  • Bob Paisley, legendary Liverpool F.C. manager from 1974 to 1983, was buried in the Churchyard of St Peter's
  • Public houses in the Woolton area include The White Horse, The Cobden, The Victoria, The Grapes and The Elephant
  • Woolton is also home to a Victorian swimming baths building


What happens in a UK driving test?

The driving test is split into five sections. First you'll perform a quick eyesight test, which involves reading a number plate from 20 metres away. You'll be asked a 'tell me' question, and the 'show me' question will be asked while you're driving.

For the majority of the test, your general driving ability will be tested. This involves the examiner guiding you where to go whilst assessing your driving. Next, you'll need to do a reversing manoeuvre, before finally doing some independent driving.

Independent driving involves following a sat nav or road signs to a certain destination. But don't worry, you won't be penalised for taking a wrong turn.

Which areas does PassMeFast cover?

If you’re outside of the Liverpool area, you might be worrying about whether PassMeFast’s courses are available for you. Luckily, our coverage area is much wider than just Liverpool. A few nearby areas that PassMeFast also covers are:

Get in the fast lane today and book your PassMeFast course. Book online or call us on 0333 123 4949.

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