Intensive Driving Courses

We can offer courses varying from 1 day up to a full week’s tuition.

One day course – Our one day course is suitable for people who have maybe recently failed a driving test and who require a small amount of instruction to attain the standard required in order to pass the test.

One day course consisting of 7 hours instruction – £114.99

Week long course – A week long course with GEM is suitable for novice or intermediate candidates or those with a small amount of driving experience consisting of 35 hours instruction – p.o.a. (price on application)

An intensive course can be anything from a half day, full day or even a full week long course that can be taken anywhere in Liverpool, Merseyside or the surrounding areas.

Test centres covered Southport, Norris Green, Garston, St. Helens, Widnes, Wallasey, Upton etc


The average waiting time for a driving test is 6 weeks, this must be taken into account when booking an intensive driving course.  Plenty of time must be allowed to fit in required amount of lessons before the test is taken.  Please call to check availability and for any advice appertaining to any intensive course.

 Intensive Driving Courses Liverpool & Merseyside

Whether you want to learn to drive at a leisurely pace or want to do it quickly in a structured block we have the course to suit you.

An intensive course can be an excellent method of learning to drive for some people depending on their experience, ability and practicality as everybody learns at a different pace.  However, a crash course of intensive tuition is not suitable for everyone. Some people find them very stressful and prefer a much more relaxed approach to learning to drive.

Whatever method you choose you can be assured of quality tuition from start to finish with the knowledge of more than 25 years experience of GEM Driving School.


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