Intensive Driving Courses in Feltham
Available in London & major cities in UK
- Fully Qualified DVSA local Driving Instructor
- One 2 One Tuition - No Car Sharing
Since 1987 We have provided over 4500 Last Minute Intensive Driving Courses
Does your job depend on you getting a drivers license? Do you need to pass your practical test due to starting college, university or for the sake of your children? Well, with DTC Intensive Driving Courses Feltham, you can.
Intensive Driving Courses Feltham
The traditional way of learning to drive has been taking one or two hours per week until your driving instructor feels you are ready to take the test. This is great if you have a year to learn to drive. However, if you require your driving licence urgently, DTC last Minute Intensive Course Feltham has the solution.
Intensive Driving Lessons Feltham
If you can drive to a reasonable standard, why should you have to wait months for a driving test appointment? When you book with DTC, we will take care of everything for you. We book you a driving test in the Feltham area and arrange your last minute semi-intensive driving course. In urgent situations, we can arrange it ASAP. If you want to get on the road quickly, but still need to fit driving lessons around your life, then a semi-intensive driving course from DTC is perfect.
Last Minute Driving School Feltham
Our Last Minute Driving School Feltham is designed for international drivers and learner with previous experience. We will book you an driving test before you even start your driving crash course. You will be taught be a fully qualified driving instructor who will be registered with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
Intensive Driving Courses Feltham
If you live in Feltham, your driving test would normally be booked in or around the Feltham area. Your last minute intensive driving course would also be conducted in the Feltham area.
One Week Pass Feltham, London
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 Feltham. However, there are other practical test centers in the area with may be used.
Below are the addresses of the other centers nearby –
The Wireless Factory, Fleming Way,
This test center provides these types of tests: car, ADI part 3.
You cannot access this test center if you use a wheelchair.
Cygnet Way, Willow Tree Lane,
This test center provides these types of tests: car, lorry and bus.
295 Allenby Road,
This test center provides these types of tests: car.
Unit 4, The Forum, Hanworth Lane,
This test center provides these types of tests: car, ADI part 2, ADI part 3.
You can access this test center if you use a wheelchair.
Feltham is a small city in west London, England, 13 miles (21 km) from Charing Cross. Historically part of Middlesex, it became part of London Borough of Hounslow in 1965. The constituency of Feltham and Heston has been held by Labour MPs since 1992. In 2011, the combined population of the Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth census areas was 63,368.
The towns economy was primarily agrarian until the beginning of the 20th century, when it was transformed by expansion into Londons urban areas. Most of the original high street was dismantled during the 1960s and 70s. Further regeneration in the early 2000s created the present-day commercial center, which opened in 2006.
Heathrow Airport is located north-west of the city, which is the main centre of employment for the residents. Feltham railway station is located on the Waterloo-to-Read line, between Twickenham and Staines-on-Thames. Feltham forms an ancient parish within the Spelthorne Hundred in Middlesex.
A considerable ten acres of ploughland was recorded.
After Mortains sons confiscation of the land (the Williams Rebellion caused an enclosure), this area was granted to the Redvers/de Ripariis/Rivers families. The heir of this family, Hubert de Burgh (chief justiciar and Earl of Kent), exchanged Feltham and Kempton to Henry III for his manors of Aylsham in Norfolk and Westhall in Suffolk. In 1440, Henry VI granted numerous privileges to his joint royal guardians of these two manors, including daily revenue of up to 12 shillings, and that “corn, hay, horses, and carts, and other goods and chattels, shall not be taken for the Kings use”. In 1440 Henry VI granted numerous privileges to his joint royal custodian of the two manors, including a daily income of up to 12 shillings and that “corn, hay, horse and carriages and other goods and chattels should not be seized for the king’s use”. While the court was in complete possession under the royal authority, following the complete accession of Hampton Court by Henry VIII, the lease was granted to all of its court rights, as well as the manors “franchise, privileges, and the proceeds of hereditary inheritance” for 80 years, under the authority of the Kiligrews at Kempton Park, under the authority of the Kiligrews, by hereditary rights, tenancies, for eighty years”.
However, the great manor itself passed 40 years later, in 1631, to be granted to Francis (Lord) Cottington, established in his new Hanworth Park, who had already become Lord Treasurer, Ambassador, and head of a pro-Spanish, pro-Roman Catholic faction at Charles Is court. However the large manor itself passed 40 years later in 1631 by grant to Francis (Lord) Cottington, established at his new Hanworth Park, who had become Lord Treasurer, ambassador and leader of the pro-Spanish, pro-Roman Catholic faction in the court of Charles I., which led its subsequent owners to possess very large titles and degrees of wealth: the son, the fifth Duke of St. Albans, Eubrey Boek, was the first Duke to inherit both manor, as well as the Dukedom, and lands in the substantial landholdings, of a first cousin. The duke was an English landowner and a collector of antiquities and artwork, sitting at times in Hanworth, and funded a dig in Italy that produced a number of sculptured artefacts.
Parting with most of the Dukes surplus of grand country houses, the sale of smaller pieces of the site, which divided the two ancient manors, took place during the 19th century. Finally, by the turn of the 20th century, before his death, the lands that are now considered to constitute Feltham were already being divided up by developers and farmers, or were owned by Ernest Pollock, the high court judge turned politician, (1st) Viscount Hanworth. He saw that the very large manor house at Hanworth, covering much of the parish of Hanworth, was being divided by the levy; this had been made better for the needs of new housing, by the new intra-borough transport links.
Absolutely fantastic customer service. Kiran was really nice and understanding and answered all my queries. Rani my instructor was amazing too. She was calm and easygoing and due to her, I passed my driving test!!! Thanks, DTC UK
After having taken a 14 hour crash course with DTC UK, I have become more confident in myself and managed to pass my driving test with 3 minors!!!
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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