Intensive Driving Courses in Clifton upon Dunsmore
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Semi Intensive Driving Courses Clifton upon Dunsmore
DTC has the solution. We can get you a driving test in the Clifton upon Dunsmore area within weeks. However, it’s no point having an earlier driving test if you’re not fully prepared. To make sure that you stand an excellent chance of passing your driving, DTC will arrange a Semi Intensive Driving Course in Clifton upon Dunsmore. You can choose from either a 9 or 14 -hour driving course. During your crash course not only will you be learning to drive, but you will learn the driving test routes for the Clifton upon Dunsmore area.
Pass in a Week Clifton upon Dunsmore
DTC last minute Intensive Driving Courses Clifton upon Dunsmore has been designed to help you pass the first time. Our average pass rate in Clifton upon Dunsmore is 84%, but the national average is only 44%. During the driving crash course in Clifton upon Dunsmore, you will cover other driving areas and test routes in that area.
Intensive Driving Courses Clifton upon Dunsmore
If you live in Clifton upon Dunsmore, your driving test would normally be booked in or around the Clifton upon Dunsmore area. Your last minute intensive driving course would also be conducted in the Clifton upon Dunsmore area.
However, please note that driving examiners may take you to the surrounding towns and villages. The first choice for your last minute intensive driving course would be Clifton upon Dunsmore. However, there are other practical test centers in the area with may be used. Below are the addresses of the nearby test centers.
Aspect House, 66B Somers Road,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car.
This test centre provides these types of tests: car, ADI part 3.
DVSA will make arrangements for you at this test centre if you have a disability.
Tigers Road, off Saffron Road, South Wigston,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car, motorcycle module 1 (off-road), motorcycle module 2 (on-road), ADI part 2, ADI part 3.
You can access this test centre if you use a wheelchair.
Bayton Road Industrial Estate, 42, Bayton Road,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car, ADI part 2, ADI part 3.
Clifton-upon-Dunsmore is a village and civic parish within the Rugby area of Warwickshire, England, situated in Rugbys north-east suburbs, about two miles (3.2 km) from the Rugby Town Centre. The population of the parish as recorded by the 2011 census was 1,304.
Clifton is reckoned to be a part of Rugby Towns built-up area, but is considered to be distinct from the city. Clifton has the distinction of being the furthest eastward village in Warwickshire (and in all the West Midlands area).
The village is situated on a rather steep hill, rising up to 400 feet (120 m) above sea level at its highest point. The Oxford Canal runs to the south-west past the bottom of the hill. To the north of the village is the Avon river. About 1.2 miles (1.9 km) north-east of Clifton is Doe Bridge, where the A5 (Watling Street) crosses over the Avon, with Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, and Leicestershire counties meeting there as the tri-point.
The area surrounding Clifton was settled in Roman times; about a mile and a half north of Clifton is the former Roman town of Tripontium. The villages name probably comes from the Old English cliff, meaning the ground being stoney, and Dunsmore, being at the top of the hill. During Edward the Confessors reign, Clifton was held by Alwyn, Sheriff of Warwick, who gave his land in Clifton to Coventry Priory; monks of that priory were probably responsible for building the Church here dedicated to Saint Mary, which was at the time of Domesday Book the parent church to the small then-settlement of Rugby.
That church is no longer there, although the present one (of the same name) dates to the 13th century, with subsequent additions, including the current tower, added in the 16th century, replacing the tower that had fallen down during a storm. The church is now listed as Grade II*. The old parish of Clifton included nearby settlements of Braunsover and Newton; the former is now part of Rugby, the latter is now an independent civic parish. To the south-east of the village, and within the parish, is Rugbys former radio station, which operated from 1926 until 2007, and is now a large housing estate called Houlton.
The village was formerly served by the Clifton Mill railway station, which was part of the former Rugby and Stamford railway. The station opened in 1864, closed in 1953, the line in 1966. The village was once home to Rugby Racecourse, used for horseracing from 1862 to 1936. The Grand National steeplechase, which is part of Cheltenham Festival today, was run there in 1862.
I passed my driving test last week after taking a 14 hour intensive course with DTC UK. Everything was quick and easy and I will be recommending.
Thanks to everyone at DTC UK, I have passed my driving practical this week with only 1 minor. This could not have been possible without DTC UK and my wonderful instructor Philomena. She was just phenomenal. She was very kind, caring, friendly, professional and very very patient and I have never met an instructor like her ever. Philomena is a real credit to DTC UK and only because of her I passed! I will be recommending to all friends and family.
This driving school is first class, and I would not have chosen any other driving school. They are so quick to help book you in for your course and they help book you a test, if that is the course you went for. They do this instantaneously and their customer service is brilliant, they answer all your queries and questions in no time. I had Harry as my instructor and I cannot fault him, he helped me calm my nerves, increase my confidence which led to me passing my driving test first time with 0 minors.
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