Learning to drive could be very stressful for some learner drivers.
People who have attempted but were unsuccessful to learn to drive in the past will memorize the feelings of frustration of not being able to progress and probably feeling low after a lesson.
These days many driving schools offer residential driving courses.
This is a concept of learning to drive in a relaxed "holiday atmosphere" away from day to day life, allowing you to wholly concentrate on driving, with no distractions.
It has been proved that it enhances your concentration and also makes best use of your learning potential.
Residential driving course is also known as crash driving course or weekly intensive driving courses.
Residential driving course involve -
- Residential driving course facilitates you to learn at your own speed and under much less pressure. Driving school arranges your accommodation at an extra cost.
- Pupils can travel the day prior to the course commencing to the arranged accommodation and start their lessons on the following day.
- Tuition is approximately 5 hours per day.
- Practical driving tests are generally booked to be taken on the last hour of the course.