Intensive Driving Courses in Cossington, Leicester
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Since 1987 We have provided over 4500 Last Minute Intensive Driving Courses
Can you drive to a reasonable standard? If so, why should you have to wait months just to take a driving test? Why not get your driving license fast-tracked? DTC last minute intensive driving courses can arrange a fast-track driving course within weeks. That’s right, you could have a driving license within weeks.
Last Minute Intensive Driving Courses Cossington, Leicester
Many intensive driving schools can book you a fast-track course but with no test at the end. DTC is different. We will book you a driving test before starting your fast-track course. These are also known as driving crash courses.
Intensive Driving Lessons Cossington, Leicester
Our intensive driving courses are conducted by local qualified driving instructors on a one 2 one basis in a fully dual controlled and insured car. The instructors are familiar with the driving test routes used by the examiners.
Ark Business Centre, Gordon Road,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car.
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.
Melton Mowbray Driving Test Centre, Phoenix House Nottingham Road,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car.
Driving Test Centre Watnall LGV, Main Road,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car, lorry and bus.
DVSA will make arrangements for you at this test centre if you have a disability.
Cossington is a village within the Soar valley of Leicestershire, England. It lies between Sileby, Rothley, Ratcliffe-on-the-Wreake, and Syston.
The civil parish had a population of 598 people at the 2011 census. The village name means Farm/settlement at Cosa/Cosa. Although Cossington has no rail services, the Ivanhoe line runs alongside the Midland main line between Leicester and Loughborough, passing near the village. An hourly service is provided in both directions, part of East Midlands Railways local services from Lincoln to Leicester via Nottingham.
Many years ago, a Cossington Gate railway station existed, long gone, only the old maps remaining, with nearby stations now being in Syston and Sileby. Cossington was once home to Lady Isobel Barnette, mid-20th-century broadcaster and TV presenter, who committed suicide amid allegations of shoplifting. A new, shorter street, Barnett Close, was named after her.
In the early 1990s, plans were made to extend the village, strongly opposed by residents at the time, who formed a protest group, Cossington In Distress. The residents were successful in forcing a stop to the works, and to this day the village remains a peaceful community.
Every other Easter, Cossington residents open their gardens for two days to the public for The Secret Garden of Cossington, where willing village gardeners showcase their talents, all proceeds from ticket sales going to charities. The event has been a great success each time it has been held.
The Church of All Saints dates back to the 13th Century. The arms grant from Fishers family is displayed on the wall of the tower, over the arch. There are commemorative tablets for the Fisher family, from whom Jeffrey Fisher became Archbishop of Canterbury in the 1950s.
To the south of the village is the Pleats Lane Leisure Ground (more commonly known as just Pleats Lane), owned by the Pleats Lane Charitable Trust, which is governed by a voluntary committee consisting mostly of villagers. Essentially a large sports pitch, Platts Lane is the venue for football, cricket and rugby league matches – it is particularly famous for being home to Sileby Town Rugby Football Club, also known as The Vikings, who play all of their home fixtures at Platts Lane, and are enjoyed by many locals.
A prominent local of Cossington was John Webster, Governor of Connecticut Colony in 1656. Australian painter Grace Cossington Smiths mother (also Grace, nee Fisher) was a daughter of the rector of Cossington, who came from a family of Fishers.
To the east of the village is a footpath called the “Polly Peggs Footpath”. Local legend in the village says that an upset young girl drowned after becoming pregnant during her courtship. Her lover, her father, even the church deserted her, and she took her own life.
The driving instructors are amazing in this company, in comparison to the other companies, that I have used in the past. DTC UK and their driving instructors take their time with you. They ensure that you are comfortable and ensure that you are understanding whatever they tell you. I will be recommending DTC UK to everyone I know.
Passed first time a week after completing my driving crash course with DTC UK. Thanks JUDY and DTC UK.
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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