Intensive Driving Courses in Birmingham

Learning to drive in a city like Birmingham brings a unique set of challenges. That’s why it’s crucial to choose a driving school adept at meeting learners’ needs, and which can help even the most nervous novice to become confident behind the wheel.

Here at PassMeFast, that’s exactly what we offer. Better still, we can help you get on the road within weeks. Read on to learn about our driving courses in the Birmingham area.

Booking A Course

By now, most learners know that traditional lessons aren’t the only option on the market—intensive courses are here to stay. However, a common misconception is that there’s only one type of course out there: a single, 5 day course that assumes all learners start from the same point, have the same requirements, or progress at the same pace.

PassMeFast does things differently. We understand that learners are unique—so, our courses are, too.

Interested in automatic driving lessons in Birmingham?

We get it—driving in a city like Birmingham can be stressful. Traffic jams in the city centre and tailbacks on the M6 are, often, a sad fact of life. Driving in these conditions can make things worse: all those gear changes! If you’d rather skip the hassle (and the clutch control), then an automatic car is a sound choice.

Be aware that auto cars aren’t the ‘easy’ option. Many learners make the mistake of thinking that an automatic is a ticket to a guaranteed pass—while, in reality, you’ll need to put in just as much effort as you would in a manual. With dedication, hard work, and the right instructor by your side, though, you’ll be well on your way to getting your driving licence. Learn more about our automatic courses.

To begin with, we have nine different course lengths to choose from. Total beginners can build vital experience by choosing one of our longest options, such as the 40-hour course. Refresher courses, meanwhile, are great for experienced learners who are almost at test standard.

All of our courses include one-on-one tuition from an ADI, with fast-track practical tests available, too. So, say goodbye to old-style lessons and discover a new way to drive: PassMeFast. Call us on 0333 123 4949 to chat to the team, or click the button below to start booking your course.

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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 Birmingham

When it comes to taking the practical test, Birmingham’s learners are spoiled for choice, with no fewer than seven test centres in the city itself: Cocks Moors Woods, Garretts Green, Kings Heath, Kingstanding, South Yardley, Sutton Coldfield, and The Pavilion. There’s even an eighth Birmingham test centre—Shirley, which is just over the border in Solihull, and which is convenient for those in the Hall Green area. For useful advice, visit the practical test section of our blog.

Theory Test Centres in Birmingham

As well as the city’s many practical test centres, there are also two theory test centres to choose from here. The first is the Birmingham theory test centre, which you can find on Dale End in the city centre itself, a short walk from the Bullring and the city’s three major train stations. Alternatively, you could opt for the Sutton Coldfield test centre, which is close to the Four Oaks train station.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

It’s important to get your theory test pass in the bag as early as possible—you can’t book a practical test without one! Visit the theory test section of our blog for handy preparation tips.

Driving Around Birmingham

Birmingham is a huge, sprawling city—and, as such, your exact learning experience will vary dramatically depending on where you live. You are certain, however, to find a real diversity of conditions, from the relative quiet of Birmingham’s more suburban areas through to the fast pace of the M6 motorway which runs through the city—yep, learners can now take motorway lessons with their instructor!

Map showing Birmingham within West Midlands

While all learners’ journeys are unique, the end result is the same: a new pink UK driving licence in your purse or wallet. At PassMeFast, we’ve already helped thousands of learners to achieve exactly that. Don’t take our word for it—hear what they had to say by reading our customer reviews!

Birmingham Fact File

Famous for Cadbury’s chocolate
Population 1,137,100
County West Midlands
Local council Birmingham
Major local roads A34 to Salford and Winchester
A38 to Bodmin and Mansfield
A41 to Birkenhead and London
A45 to Thrapston
Railway station Birmingham Moor Street train station
Birmingham New Street train station
Birmingham Snow Hill train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Birmingham
Wikipedia

Places in Birmingham

Edgbaston

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KEY FACTS

  • The town's name means 'village of a man called Ecgbald'
  • Home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club, host to the England cricket team during test matches
  • Boasts the oldest lawn tennis club in the world still in use today: the Lawn Tennis Society
  • J.R.R. Tolkien lived here in his teenage years, and is said to have found much inspiration here for his The Lord of the Rings novel

Hall Green

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KEY FACTS

  • Local place of interest is the Shire Country Park which lies near Sarehole Mill, the River Cole and Small Heath
  • Home to the Church of the Ascension, completed in 1704, which received Grade II* listed status in 1952
  • J.R.R. Tolkien lived here as a child and gained inspiration for 'The Shire' from Sarehole Mill
  • Sarehole Mill is one of only two working water mills in Birmingham, and been designated a Grade II listing

Northfield

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KEY FACTS

  • There's evidence to suggest that the town was occupied in the Stone Age, judging from the discovery of a Chert neolithic scraper
  • The River Rea flows through Northfield on its way to the North Sea
  • Runs an annual carnival, Northfield Carnival, every year on the first Saturday of July
  • The local parish church, St. Laurence's Church, is a Grade I listed building dating back to the 12th century

Sutton Coldfield

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KEY FACTS

  • The name appears to be from 'south town' and 'coal field'
  • Past archaelogical studies have found Bronze Age burnt mounds, an Iron Age settlement and flints dating back to the New Stone Age
  • Home to Sutton Park, one of the biggest urban parks in England, which is used in the course for the Great Midlands Fun Run
  • Sutton Park is a national nature reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)

 

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

PassMeFast is proud to serve the city of Birmingham—but, if you happen to live outside the area, don’t fret! Our coverage area stretches across the West Midlands, including nearby towns and cities such as…

In fact, PassMeFast covers areas across England—and our office team is here six days a week, ready to help! To book your driving lessons with us, just call 0333 123 4949, or click below to book now.

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