Intensive Driving Courses in Bromley

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Since 1987 We have provided over 4500 Last Minute Intensive Driving Courses

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If you need to pass your driving test urgently, DTC can arrange a last minute intensive driving course in the Bromley area. These courses are also known as driving crash courses.

Intensive Driving Courses Bromley

The intensive driving course can be arranged next week with a guaranteed driving test at the end. Our intensive driving courses are conducted by local qualified instructors on a one 2 one basis in a fully dual controlled and insured car.  You will be taught not only to drive but also show you the test routes used by the examiners. Our last minute semi-intensive courses are available in Bromley and the surrounding area including Croydon, Mitcham, Sidcup, Seven Oaks, Forest Hill, West Norwood, Brixton, Penge, Beckham etc

Intensive Driving Lessons Bromley

The 9 or 14-hour driving crash course can be taken over 2 or 3 days. The intensive driving courses offered by DTC are suitable for those learners who have failed a driving test in the past or have an international driving license. They would also suit a learner who already has had several driving lessons and can basically drive to a standard.

Intensive Driving Courses Bromley

If you live in Bromley, your driving test would normally be booked at the Bromley Driving Test Centre. Your last minute intensive driving course would also be conducted in the Bromley area.

Last Minute Driving School Bromley

However, please note that driving examiners may take you to the surrounding towns and villages such as Forest Hill, West Norwood, Brixton, Penge, Beckham, Croydon, Mitcham, Sidcup, Seven Oaks etc. The first choice for your last minute intensive driving course would be Bromley.  However, there are other practical test centres in the area with may be used. Below is the address of the Bromley Driving Test Center and other centres nearby.


Intensive Driving Courses Bromley Court

Bromley Court (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
Bromley Court
BR1 4JD.
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Intensive Driving Lessons Bromley Court

Hither Green (London) Practical Driving Test Centre,
42-44 Ennersdale Road
Hither Green
Greater London
SE13 6JD.
Distance: 2.69 miles
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Last Minute Driving School Bromley Court

West Wickham (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
56 Glebe Way
West Wickham
BR4 0RL.
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Distance: 2.87 miles.




Pass in a Week Bromley Court

Sidcup (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
2 Crayside, Five Arches Business Estate
Maidstone Road
Greater London
DA14 5AG.
Distance: 5.04 miles
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Driving Crash Courses Bromley Court

Croydon (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
111 Canterbury Road
Greater London
CR0 3HH.
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Distance: 5.74 miles.




Pass in a Week Bromley London

Mitcham (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
Driving Test Centre Mitcham Redhouse Road
CR0 3AQ.
Distance: 6.59 miles
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Bromley has significantly increased in population and now has a population of 332,336 and is 9.3 miles south-east of Charing Cross, it is the largest town in London England in The London Borough of Bromley. Back in 1158, it was known as a market town and in 1858 a railway station opened up and helped the town to shift from an countryside village to commerce and retail. In 1965 it became part of The London Borough of Bromley.

Bromley is recognized as one of the 13 metropolitan centers of Greater London  and it is also formed of a retail and commercial center. When it comes to shopping, Bromley competes with Croydon and the Bluewater Centre in Dartford and was ranked as fourth in Greater London by Retail Footprint in 2005. The West End, Croydon and Kingston Upon Thames came in 3rd, 2nd and 1st

Every learner driver is interested in pass rates, this is one of the reasons we like to write about them, as many learner drivers find these statistics very very interesting. The average pass rate stands at 45.9%. For Bromley, please see the table below.

2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20

Do not be put off by the statistics, as passing your driving test depends on your skills and abilities. Every person is different, and we know learner drivers like to compare themselves to each other, but always remember passing your test DEPENDS ON YOU!

Document Checks

It is very important that you take your provisional license to your driving test, this is because the examiner needs to check that the license you have is valid. Normally, you do not need to take your theory certificate with you unless your exam starts at 7:13am – this is because when driving tests start at this time, the examiners do not have access to the checking system, therefore it is advisable to have your certificate number just in case. 

You do need to bring a car for the driving test and you need to ensure that it is insured for you to drive and it needs to have a valid MOT if the vehicle is over three years old. The examiner will not ask you to see any paperwork relating to insurance or MOT as they will be able to check this electronically. If you require an emergency car hire for your driving test, accompanied by a qualified driving instructor, DTC UK can arrange this for you.

Narrow Residential Roads

Bromley is in the heart in the London and due to this, during your driving test, you will spend a lot of time in your semi intensive driving lessons in Bromley only in residential roads. 

There are many residential roads in the area which can cause a problem with meeting oncoming vehicles and also getting close to parked cars. Whatever the situation, the DTC driving instructor will teach you to use the MSM routine.

During your practical test, as soon as you see an oncoming vehicle approaching, the first thing you must do is to check the rear view mirror. After this, it would be advisable to slightly ease off the accelerator pedal as this will allow you time to think and decide.  Bear in mind that the driving test at Bromley is based on safety before anything else. Therefore, if you have any doubt about whether to proceed or to stop, it would be advisable to take the side of caution and stop. 

Mini roundabouts –

There are several mini-roundabouts of the Bromley driving test route. They are often replace T-junctions in quieter residential areas to ease the flow of traffic. The rules at mini-roundabout are the same as normal roundabouts. However, bear in mind that you would not need the “exit” signal when leaving the roundabout to follow the road, and you would not need the exit signal when turning right. Furthermore, it needs to be mentioned that although you need only give way to traffic on the right and have priority over traffic on the left, priority must be given and not taken. 


There are a few one-way roads on the Bromley driving test route. Many learner drivers have been known to fail at Bromley because they were not aware that they were on a one-way system. Therefore watching road signs and road marking are vital in order to pass your driving test at Bromley. At the entrance to a one-way road, you will be a blue rectangular sign with a white arrow. Please note that this is different from a head-only sign which is a blue circle with an arrow. 

One -way Road sign
There are some way way road at this driving test center

Car Parks

The Bromley practical test center has a car park; this may mean that the examiner may ask you to carry out the bay park exercise at the center itself. He/she can request this at the start or at the very end of the driving test.  The examiner can ask you to reverse into a bay of your choice or you may be asked to drive forward into a bay and then reverse out of it. During your semi intensive driving lessons at Bromley, your DTC driving instructor will teach you the bay park in various public car parks.




About us

DTCUK is a trading mark of Driving Test UK Limited. We are a privately owned family company with Head Offices in Croydon, London. Founded by Shakti Gadday, helping learner drivers get on the road since 1987, registered with the DVSA under ADI number 120120. We’ve been booking driving tests for over 8 years and have helped over 35,000 learners pass their test quicker.

We can either automatic book you an earlier driving test or consult your instructor first, if needed. This will save you £100s in driving lessons.

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