Intensive Driving Courses in Walsall

Had enough of the slow pace of traditional driving lessons? Had enough of driving schools that think all learners should take the same, 5 day course? PassMeFast is here to help! We offer comprehensive driving tuition that can help you get on the road quickly, while fitting around even the busiest schedule. Read on to find out more about our crash courses in Walsall!

Booking Intensive Driving Lessons in Walsall

Here at PassMeFast, we make the driving process quick, simple and flexible for all learners. When you book a driving course with us…

  • You’ll get one-on-one lessons with a local, DVSA-approved instructor.
  • We can fast-track your driving test, meaning that your appointment could be weeks or even months earlier than the usual waiting times.
  • Our friendly team will handle all the admin for your course—so you don’t have to!
  • You can choose to take your course at a fully intensive pace, or choose a semi-intensive structure to fit your lessons around your schedule.

Interested in automatic intensive driving lessons in Walsall?

Choosing the length of your driving course is just one of the important decisions you’ll have to make when booking. You’ll also need to decide whether to opt for an automatic or a manual car. This is a choice which divides drivers: many prefer the greater control offered by manual transmission, while many auto drivers appreciate not having to deal with gear changes and a clutch pedal.

Before you make your choice, bear in mind that automatic cars aren’t as easy as they’re often cracked up to be—some learners think that an auto course means a guaranteed pass, which couldn’t be further from the truth! The reality is that, no matter which type of car you decide upon, you’ll need to put plenty of work in. Work hard, though, and your licence is well within reach. To help make your decision, check out our comparison of automatic vs manual cars.

All of this comes as standard, no matter which of our nine courses you choose to book. Take the first step towards driving today: call us on 0333 123 4949, or book online by clicking the button below.

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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 Walsall

Out of the seven boroughs that make up the West Midlands, Walsall is, sadly, the only one without a practical test centre within its borders. But don’t worry: it’s not as bad as it seems! In fact, the nearby Wednesbury driving test centre lies just two and a half miles away from Walsall, with Wolverhampton and Birmingham Kingstanding test centres not too much further. Plus, thanks to our home and workplace pickups, getting to your lessons and tests is a breeze!

Theory Test Centres in Walsall

As is the case with practical test centres, Walsall learners will also need to travel to take their theory test. Thankfully, there are plenty of options to choose from across the West Midlands, with Dudley, Birmingham and Wolverhampton the closest. Prepare for success by reading our guide on how to pass your theory test!

Haven't taken your theory test yet?

Many learners don’t realise how crucial the theory test is—but, in fact, you must pass it before booking a practical test. So, if you’re still without a valid theory pass, add a test onto your course when booking.

Driving Around Walsall

At PassMeFast, we structure our driving lessons to give you plenty of experience in the area where you’ll be taking your practical test. Since there’s no driving test centre in Walsall itself, this means you’re likely to be spending time in one of its neighbouring towns or cities, such as Wednesbury or Wolverhampton. You’ll soon become knowledgeable about the local roads, meaning you’ll be feeling prepped and ready by the time your test rolls around.

Map showing Walsall within West Midlands

If you haven’t yet started your lessons, you might wonder if it’s really possible to do all that in such a short space of time. Our PassMeFast alumni, however, prove that you can do it—like Daniel who got his licence in just one week. Just remember what your instructor taught you, follow our useful driving tips, and you’ll soon get your hands on that shiny pink licence.

Walsall Fact File

Famous for Saddle manufacturing
Population 67,594
County West Midlands
Local council Walsall
Major local roads A34 to Salford and Winchester
A454 to Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield
A461 to Lichfield and Stourbridge
Railway station Walsall train station
More local information Google Maps
Weather in Walsall

Places near Walsall


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  • The town's name may have drawn inspiration from the abundance of Alder trees in the local area
  • It became an industrial town with the expansion of coal mines and lime kilns in the 19th century
  • Home to Aldridge Sailing Club, formed in 1967 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017, an RYA affiliated club offering regular training courses
  • Aldridge-born Charles George Bonner was a recipient of the Victoria Cross, the most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of an enemy


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  • The town's name has Anglo-Saxon origins from 'Blocheswic' meaning 'Bloc's Village'
  • There has been bad blood between Bloxwich and Walsall in the past, with both sides opposing one another in the English Civil War
  • There's still an abundance of Victorian and Edwardian buildings, such as Bloxwich hospital, All Saints' Church and Bloxwich Hall
  • The Grade II-listed Turf Tavern is, according to CAMRA, 'the last truly unspoilt terraced pub left in the country'


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  • The town's name comes from 'Deorlaveston', which means 'Deorlaf's settlement'
  • Darlaston Town Hall, a Queen Anne Style building, was designed by Birmingham architect Jethro Anstice Cossins, and first opened in 1888
  • In 1942, All Saints' Church was destroyed by enemy air raids. A new church, now designated Grade II, was designed by local architect Richard Twentyman
  • Home to Darlaston Town Football Club, established in 1874, one of the oldest non-league clubs in the country


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  • The town's name is roughly translated at 'the meadow land of Willa'
  • Historically known for its manufacturing of locks and keys, in 1770 they had 148 skilled locksmiths
  • The Locksmith's House is a lock museum, dating back to Victorian times, demonstrating how a family of lockmakers would have worked in the 20th century
  • It has two memorials in the town centre dedicated to those killed in World War I, and a memorial park that opened in 1922


Which Areas Does PassMeFast Cover?

Ready to get on the road, but not sure you’ll be able to learn with PassMeFast? Don’t worry: PassMeFast offers driving courses across the county. So, as long as you’re in the West Midlands, you could be on the road in just weeks! Check out our lessons in these nearby areas:

It takes just a few minutes to get on the road to driving. Start here: call us on 0333 123 4949, or book online by clicking the button below.

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