Intensive Driving Courses in Wood Green

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

Fast Track Last Minute Driving Crash Courses Wood Green, London
High Pass Rate Female Driving School Wood Green, London
DVSA Approved Driving School Wood Green, London
One 2 One Intensive Driving Courses Wood Green, London
Automatic and Manual Driving Lessons Wood Green, London
Theory and Practical Driving Test Centre Wood Green, London

Do you need to pass your driving test ASAP? Does your job depend on It? Do your children depend on it? 

Intensive Driving Courses Wood Green

Whether you need your driving license to drop your kids to children, start college or a new job, DTC can help. If you have already found a driving test at Wood Green or anywhere else for that matter. DTC can arrange a last minute intensive driving Course in the Wood Green area. If you need us to find you an earlier test date, we can book you a driving test at Wood Green or a local test center. You could pass your practical test and legally drive. 

Intensive Driving Lessons Wood Green

Our instructors are all fully qualified with knowledge of the driving test routes for all London centers. DTC Driving instructors recognize learning to drive can be stressful so are patient, reliable and understanding.  Although there are no guarantees, we aim to teach you to a high standard and help you pass on the first attempt.

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 Wood Green driving test center.

Intensive Driving Lessons Wood Green

Last Minute Driving School Wood Green

DTC Last Minute Driving School Wood Green aims to get learner drivers through their practical test in the shortest time possible. Our intensive driving lessons are designs for the learner who have recently failed or at almost test standard. Unfortunately, we do not cater for the complete beginner.

Intensive Driving Courses Wood Green

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

One Week Pass Wood Green, London

However, please note that driving examiners may take you to the surrounding towns and villages such as Ducketts Green, Harringay, Crouch End, East Finchley, Southgate etc.  The first choice for your last minute intensive driving course would be Wood Green.  However, there are other practical test centers in the area with may be used. Below is the address of Wood Green Driving Test Center and other centers nearby.

 

Intensive Driving Courses Wood Green London

Wood Green (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
Crown Court
Woodhall House, Lordship Lane
Wood Green
Greater London
N22 5LF.
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Intensive Driving Lessons Wood Green

Tottenham (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
Annexe Building
Selby Centre, Selby Road
Tottenham
Greater London
N17 8JL.
Distance: 1.25 miles
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Last Minute Driving School Wood Green

Barnet (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
Raydean House
15 – 17 Western Parade
Barnet
Greater London
EN5 1AD.
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Distance: 4.81 miles.

 

One Week Pass Wood Green

Enfield (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
33 Brancroft Way
Brimsdown
Enfield
Greater London
EN3 7NJ.
Distance: 5.36 miles
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Driving Crash Courses Wood Green

Chingford (London) Practical Driving Test Center,
Doric House
128 Station Road
Chingford
Greater London
E4 6AD.
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Distance: 5.53 miles.

 

 

Wood Green is in the borough of Haringey in London, England. It got its name from the words ‘Woodlegh’ or ‘Woodlea’ -this is a Saxon word  which means open ground near a wood. In this case, this relates to an opening in Tottenham Wood; this is a large area of woodland which covered most of this area and and westward to Muswell Hill.

In the 14th century, a large number of estates started to develop around Wood Green – this included the Manor of Ducketts and a handful of other smaller estates. In the 17th century a major survey of land was conducted by The Lord of Tottenham Manor, the Earl of Dorset. The survey showed that Wood Green (which is the western half of Tottenham had only 16 houses which meant that they only had 50 people living in the area. The number of people in the area started to increase in the early 19th century – by the middle of the 19th century this had increased to 400 people.

The Great Northern Railway Line Station was introduced at Wood Green in 1859 – due to this, further development of the area was encouraged. Similarly, by the end of the 19th century much of the Wood Green area had been built up and whatever was left, was built up in the earlier 20th century.

As well as test routes, learner drivers are also interested in pass rates at their chosen driving test center. On a positive note, the DVS has started to publish statistics on pass rates and we have gathered information for you here. The national UK’s average pass rate is 45.9% and as for learners who are situated in Greater London have a pass rate of 40.8%. So you’re probably thinking what the pass rates for Wood Green are. Please see the table below for the pass rates in Wood Green for the last five years.

2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20
37.5% 39.7% 38.5% 39.6% 41.5%

So things are not looking that good for Wood Green; it has lower pass rates than the UK’s and London’s average – they do not exactly make you feel confident. But do not be worried, and do not focus to much on these pass rates, as the outcome of your test, depends on you.

Reading the Number Plate
Having checked your identity documents, the examiner will ask you to read a number plate from a distance of 20 metres. If you wear glasses to read the number plate, they must be worn throughout the test. Furthermore, after passing the test, your licence will be marked as only valid if glasses are worn. 

If you are unable to read the number plate at the first attempt, the examiner will allow you another attempt. If you still can not read the number plate, the examiner will measure the exact distance and give you a final attempt. You may wish you write the number on a paper rather than read them aloud. If you fail to read or write on the third attempt, the test will be marked failed. More importantly, you will not be able to rebook another test until you can prove that your eyesight is up to the required standard. If you are taking a semi intensive driving course with DTC, we will always make sure that your eye-sight is checked on your first driving lesson.

 

Independent Drive
The independent drive takes up half of the driving test at Wood Green. It is not an opportunity for you to program the sat-nav for the beach, put on the cruise control, and head off wherever you like. The examiner can ask you to follow road signs and road markings to a set destination or ask to follow directions given by a satnav. 

The independent drive is a bit different to normal driving. Let’s say you’re doing a semi intensive crash course with DTC, your instructor will say, “at the roundabout, turn right.” Immediately, you know that you are approaching a roundabout. You also know that you need to start the MSM routine. 

However, in the independent driving section of the practical test, you will need to identify that you are approaching a roundabout and then you need to decide when to start the Mirror, Signal & Manoeuvre routine. 

If you’re unsure as to where you are going, you can ask the examiner. The driving examiners at Wood Green will not mind and will willingly help you. This is because they know that you have identified the roundabout in good time and want to start the MSM routine. Having said this, if you reached the roundabout and then asked the examiner which direction you were going, they would not help you because, at that point, you may already be in the wrong position to turn where the examiner wanted you to go.

 

PEDESTRIAN CROSSING
There are several pedestrian crossings in the Wood Green area. People have been known to fail their tests to technical knowledge of the crossing rather than driving itself. This is way part of the intensive driving lessons in Wood Green will ensure that you understand fully not only how to deal with pedestrian crossings but how to deal with pedestrians in general. 

It is important to note that a zebra crossing running across the road without a break in it is counted as one crossing. The driver must wait until the pedestrian is completely of the road. However, a zebra crossing with a break, due to a central reservation in the middle, is counted as two completely separate crossings. Therefore, if the pedestrian has safely crossed your side of the road and is on the central reservation, you as a driver may proceed. 

On the Wood Green driving test route, if you encounter a traffic light crossing, it could be either a pelican crossing or the puffin crossing. 

At a pelican crossing the light will change from red to flashing amber which means that a driver must wait for any pedestrian to cross the road. However, if there are no pedestrians on the road, the driver should proceed through the flashing amber lights. On a puffin crossing, there is no flashing amber. Instead, after red, the light will change to red and amber together before changing to green. The red and amber light together means that you must wait for the green light before proceeding. 

Unlike a zebra crossing, if a light-controlled crossing has a central reservation in the middle, it is still counted as one crossing and the driver must wait until the pedestrian is full of the road. The only time a light-controlled crossing is treated as two separate crossings is if it has a central reservation that is “staggered”

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Wood Green Driving Test Center
Turn left
Lordship Lane
Take the third left
Perth Road
At the end of the road, turn right
White Hart Lane
Take the second left
Rowland Hill Avenue
At the end of the road, turn right
Devonshire Hill
At the end of the road, turn left
A10
At the roundabout, turn right, take the third exit
A406
Take the first slip road
Silver Street
Take the third left
Windmill Road
At the end of the road, turn right
Westerham Avenue
At the end of the road, turn right
Haselbury Road
Turn left
Park Lane
At the end of the road, turn right, then turn left, at the end of the road turn left
Sheldon Road
At the end of the road, turn left
Silver Street
Turn left, then turn right
Sterling Way Slip Road/ A406
Take the second left
Melville Road
At the roundabout, straight ahead, take the second exit
Wolves Lane
Turn left
Medesenge Way
At the end of the road, turn left
Wolves Lane
At the end of the road, turn right
White Hart Lane
At the end of the road, turn left
Greens Lane
At the second traffic lights, turn left
Lordship Lane
Turn left
Wood Green Driving Test Center
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Wood Green Driving Test Center
Turn left
Lordship Lane
Take the third left
Perth Road
Take the third right
Crossway
At the end of the road, turn left
Gospatrick Road
At the end of the road, turn right
Rivulet Road
Take the second left
Reynardson Road
At the end of the road, turn left
Compton Crescent
Turn left
Daubeney Road
At the end of the road, turn right
Compton Crescent
Turn right
Reynardson Road
At the end of the road, turn right
Rivulet Road
Turn left
Stockton Road
At the end of the road, turn left
Rivulet Road
Turn right, at the end of the road, turn right
White Hart Lane
Take the second left
Rowland Hill
At the end of the road, turn right
Devonshire Hill Lane
At the end of the road, turn left
A10
At the roundabout, turn left
A406
Take the third left
Melville Gardens
At the roundabout, straight ahead, take the second exit
Wolves Lane
At the end of the road, turn left
White Hart Lane
Turn right
Perth Road
Take the third left
Paisley Road
At the end of the road, turn right
Eldon Road
Take the third right
Granville Road
At the end of the road, turn right
Lordship Lane
Turn right
Wood Green Driving Test Center

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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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