Intensive Driving Courses in East Goscote, Leicester

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The average waiting time for a driving test appointment in the East Goscote area is well over 2 months. This is fine if you are still learning to drive as most driving instructors would advise booking before you’re actually ready. However, the huge waiting time can be problematic if you have recently failed a driving test. Luckily, DTC Intensive Driving Courses East Goscote has the solution.

Intensive Driving Courses East Goscote, Leicester

Last Minute Driving Instructor TolworthWith a last-minute semi-intensive driving course from DTC, you can be on the road this time next week. That’s correct. DTC Intensive Driving Courses will not only arrange a short semi-intensive crash course but will also book you a driving test. We can get you a driving test within weeks. You will be taught on a one to one basis in fully dual controlled and insured cars. All of the driving instructors are approved by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). During your crash course not only will you be learning to drive, but you will learn the driving test routes for East Goscote.

Last Minute Driving Instructor East Goscote, Leicester

DTC Last Minute Driving Instructor East Goscote aims to get international drivers and learners who have recently failed get their license asap. Unfortunately, currently, we do not cater to the complete beginner.

Intensive Driving Courses East Goscote, Leicester

If you live in East Goscote, your driving test would normally be booked in or around that area. Your last minute intensive driving course would also be conducted in the East Goscote area.

Intensive Driving Lessons East Goscote, Leicester

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 East Goscote.  However, there are other practical test centers in the area with may be used. Below are the addresses of the nearby test centers.

Leicester Practical Driving Test Center (Cannock Street)

40 Cannock Street, Barkbythorpe Road, Troon Industrial Estate,

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This test center provides these types of tests: car, lorry and bus, ADI part 3.

You cannot access this test center if you use a wheelchair.

Leicester Practical Driving Test Center (Wigston)

Tigers Road, off Saffron Road, South Wigston,
LE18 4WS

Last minute driving test at Wigston Leiscester

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This test center 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 center if you use a wheelchair.

Loughborough Practical Driving Test Center

Ark Business Centre, Gordon Road,
LE11 1JP

Quick driving tests available at Loughborough Driving Test Centre

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This test center provides these types of tests: car.

Melton Mowbray Practical Driving Test Center

Melton Mowbray Driving Test Centre, Phoenix House Nottingham Road,
Melton Mowbray,
LE13 0UL

Short notice driving tests available at Melton Mrowbray Driving Test Centre

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This test center provides these types of tests: car.

East Goscote is a contemporary village and civic parish within the Charnwood district in the county of Leicestershire, England, directly north of the market town of Syston. It is a mid-sized village, the population measured in 2011 as 2,866. The village is paired with Fleury-sur-Andelle, France.

The village name is derived from the Old English word gos-cot, meaning cottage in which geese are kept, or the Anglo-Saxon name Gosa. The name is taken from East Goscote Hundred, one of Leicestershires oldest hundreds (a territory purportedly capable of supporting 100 families). The Goscote Hundred (or Wapentake) is mentioned in Domesday Book, which was then divided into the West and East Goscote Hundreds.

It was the first new village created in Leicestershire after Domesday. The village was built on the site of the former supply depot for the British army. According to Department for Defence (DoD) files, the site was initially built by Holloway Brothers in 1940 (completed in September 1942) as an agent filling factory operated by Lever Brothers/Unilever, and was known as the 10 Royal Ordnance Factory (10 ROF). At that time, it was known as the Queniborough depot, since this was the closest village to it.

It began to produce in March/April 1942. An aerial photo shows the layout of its former roads. According to the British Heritage supplementary resource Hazardous Energy, it was operating in groups 8-10 for the type of ROF (High Explosives Received, Mixed, and Placed in Bombs and Warheads).

By 1944, it had been taken over on an interim basis by the war office. A report from 1951 listed it as COSD 78 (Command Weapons Sub-Department). It was decommissioned in 1959, then purchased by Jelson Homes to develop into residential homes.

There were two large, cladded, sheltered storage hoppers which were unable to be removed, and they were covered with soil and landscaped. These became known locally as The Mounds, and are now part of an adjoining sports oval. They were opened to the public in the 1977 Queens Silver Jubilee celebrations, and a plaque outside the Long Furrow notes the fact. The road called Long Furrow serves as the boundary surrounding the centre part of the village; it also serves to mark the boundaries of a former Ordnance Survey area.

What is not so well known is the vast network of big, concrete, rebar tunnels which run underneath the entire village; this is where munitions are fitted with their warheads, and where prototypes for new, top-secret weapons are assembled. There are multiple entrances to these workshops and tunnels located all over the village, but each has been carefully landscaped to hide its identity. Until the mid-1970s, when the village was still being built, the two entrances to The Mound were open, often visited by children from the area.


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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