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Intensive Driving Courses in Oxford

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Intensive Driving Courses in Oxford

For those people who want to pass their test quickly without compromising on the quality of teaching, opting for an intensive / crash driving course in Oxford with Crash Courses Driving School is the obvious choice. We offer the very best in driver training in Oxford. You can be assured that with us, you will receive training from a fully qualified driving instructor who specialises in delivering intensive driving courses.

Why not take a look at our range of fast pass courses? An important factor when choosing your intensive driving course, is to ensure that you book the correct course for your experience. Unsure which is the best one for you? We're here to offer help and advice. We also provide a unique 'theory test help' course which is designed to help the learner driver successfully gain their theory test pass certificate.

Our most popular practical course is our 'Pass in a Week' option - this can be for a confident beginner (28 hours) or for the intermediate learner (15 hours). We understand that your time is precious - we will take care of everything including booking your fast-track practical test, leaving you free to concentrate on your driving and passing your test first time!

Practical Driving Tests in Oxford

Oxford has a practical test centre all of its own. Remember to prepare for your test by learning the 'show me, tell me' vehicle safety questions. Your driving instructor will give you guidance with these. You can find a link to the car vehicle safety questions here

Oxford (Cowley) Test Centre
James Wolfe Road
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Need to pass your theory test? Try our theory test help course.
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Theory Tests in Oxford

Located centrally, not far from the police station and the river Thames, you can take your theory test in Oxford. Practice your hazard perception skills using the above link. Did you know that you need 44/75 to pass the hazard perception part of the test, and 43/50 to pass the multiple choice questions? The theory test was introduced in 1996, replacing the questions asked about the Highway Code at the end of the practical test.

3rd Floor
58 St Aldates

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