Intensive Driving Courses in Coventry

As one of the UK’s most important centres of motor manufacturing, Coventry is a city that knows a thing or two about getting behind the wheel. If you’ve not quite made the leap to getting your full UK licence yet, though, then never fear: PassMeFast is here to help. Read on to learn why we’re different from driving schools—and how we can help you learn to drive more speedily than you might think.

Booking A Course

If you’ve never taken any driving lessons before, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start. How do you choose the right instructor, for example? Should I choose a manual or an automatic car? And do I really have to choose between just one lesson per week and taking one week off work just to learn?!

Luckily, the answer to that last question is a resounding no—thanks to PassMeFast. Our school offers intensive courses, meaning that you’ll be up and running much faster than with traditional lessons. However, we don’t make all of our learners take a single, 5 day course. Instead, you choose how to structure your course: get things done lickety-split with a fully intensive option, or keep things chill with semi-intensive.

Interested in automatic driving lessons in Coventry?

Automatic vs manual is one of the tougher choices a new driver will have to make, with plenty of pros and cons on either side. Choose auto, and you’ll dodge the clutch control and gear changes that other drivers can find nightmarish. (It’s not quite as easy as it sounds, though, and certainly won’t mean a guaranteed pass!) Choose manual, and you’ll have greater control over your drive—and often save money on servicing.

Luckily, whichever side you ultimately come down on, PassMeFast can help you make your driving dreams a reality. We have both manual and automatic courses in Coventry—simply specify when booking, and we’ll make it happen!

With PassMeFast, you have nine different course options—from five hours right through to forty-eight. All your lessons will be one-on-one, meaning that you’ll have the full, undivided attention of one of our local, DVSA-approved driving instructors. Plus, thanks to our fast-track practical test service, you won’t have to wait around for months after finishing your hours.

Fast isn’t just in our name—it’s in our nature. So, why not get in touch? Give us a call on 0333 123 4949, or click below to book your course online.

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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 Coventry

Most local learners will be heading to the nearby Coventry test centre, which is located in the city’s northern suburb of Exhall. Alternative options include Nuneaton and Warwick. No matter which test centre you choose, you won’t need to worry about getting to and from your test appointments—home and workplace pickups come as standard! Remember that, as your instructor will take you to the test centre, you’ll also be able to take them on your test!

Theory Test Centres in Coventry

Hold your horses before you start preparing for your practical test—there’s still the matter of the theory test to get through. After all, you’ll need a valid theory test pass in order to book a practical test—so getting this out of the way early is vital. Luckily, if you haven’t yet passed this hurdle, you won’t have to travel far to do so: Coventry theory test centre is conveniently located in the heart of the city.

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

Haven’t passed your theory test yet? Remember to add it onto your course when booking in—we can even find a test at a time and date that suits you.

Driving Around Coventry

Learners in the Coventry area will soon become accustomed to the stop-start nature of urban traffic, with tricky spots to watch out for including the roundabout on the A444 just adjacent to the Ricoh Arena, as well as busier conditions near to Coventry University. You’ll also need to display your proficiency at recognising developing hazards and adapting your speed in slower, residential areas—and don’t discount the possibility of heading out to quieter areas outside the city, which will display the differences between rural and urban driving.

Map showing Coventry within West Midlands

If that all sounds like a lot to take in, don’t worry. Learning to drive may be a challenge, but it’s one that thousands of our alumni have already taken on successfully—and, with a PassMeFast instructor by your side, you’ll soon be taking to the local roads like a duck to water. Get to know the fleet by checking out our instructors.

Coventry Fact File

Famous for Motor manufacturing
Population 360,100
County West Midlands
Local council Coventry
Major local roads A444 to Burton upon Trent
A45 to Birmingham and Thrapston
A46 to Bath and Cleethorpes
Railway station Coventry train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Coventry
Wikipedia

Places in Coventry

Allesley

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KEY FACTS

  • The village grew around All Saints Church, built 800 years ago, originally called 'All Souls Church'
  • The church was built around 1140 and was rebuilt in 1863, remaining relatively untouched since
  • Amateur rugby union club, Barkers Butts Rugby Football Club, can be found at the Bob Coward Memorial Ground
  • Home to Allesley Castle, a Motte castle that was designated a Grade II* listing

Binley

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KEY FACTS

  • Evolved from a simple mining village to a large residential area with private and council-owned properties
  • Binley colliery was a source of much wealth, first producing coal in 1911 and peaking in the 1950s
  • Lord Craven funded the construction of St Bartholomews Church, which celebrated its 200th anniversary in 1972
  • Home to its very own social club that's been running since 1929, which has a pool team, golf team, darts team and snooker team

Stoke Heath

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KEY FACTS

  • During World War I, the town hosted a significant population of Belgian refugees
  • The local parish church, St Albans, was designed and built by architect Harry Bulkeley Creswell in 1929
  • Due to the proximity of the Morris Engines motor works and other factories, there was significant damage during the Coventry Blitz of November 1940
  • Home to an amateur theatre, The Wheatsheaf Players Co-Operative Theatre, on Watersmeet Road

Tile Hill

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KEY FACTS

  • Historically part of the Forest of Arden, some of the original woodlands still exist today
  • The former Massey Ferguson tractor factory was one of the largest tractor factories in the UK, until it closed in 2003
  • Home to Tile Hill railway station, resting on the West Coast Main Line linking Coventry with London and Birmingham
  • Once home to artist George Shaw, who used the area as the subject for his paintings, shortlisted for the Turner Award in 2011

 

Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Stumbled on this page, but live just outside of Coventry? Don’t despair: PassMeFast covers the entire county of the West Midlands, including all the following towns and cities:

Plus, with our coverage area taking in much of England, there’s a great chance that there’s a PassMeFast instructor near you, ready to help you get on the road. So, what are you waiting for? Start your journey today by calling us on 0333 123 4949, or by clicking the button below to book your driving course online. The road to driving doesn’t have to be long with PassMeFast!

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