Semi-Intensive Driving Lessons

In Enfield and surrounding areas.

  • Fully Qualified DVSA Local Driving Instructor
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Since 2009, We have helped over 47,000 students pass there tests.

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Intensive Driving Courses – Two Driving Test Centres

Quick Driving Tests Enfield, LondonThere are two driving test centres in Enfield. One is the cars and the other for (LGV) large goods vehicles. However, recently the LGV driving test centre has started to conduct some tests for cars. Therefore, it is vital that you check your confirmation email to make sure that you arrive at the correct driving test centre. As the two driving test centres are so close to each other, the routes will be similar, if not the same.


Intensive Driving Courses – Outskirts of London

Earlier Driving Test dates Enfield, LondonLocated on the outskirts of London, you should expect to deal with various traffic systems. This will include roundabouts of all shapes and sizes, crossroads and junctions. Some one-way roads may also feature as part of the driving test. Also, busy ‘A’ roads such as the A1055 will also be likely.

Rural country roads are an option for the driving examiner. The country roads around Enfield are not as well maintained as residential roads in London. Therefore, you should with hazards such as potholes.

More information on Enfield.


Address for Enfield Practical Driving Test Centre

Enfield (London) DTC,
Solar Way,
Innova Park Business Centre,
Greater London.
EN3 7XY.

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Both male and female toilets are available at the test centre. Parking spaces for test candidates available but are limited. Test for both cars and motorcycles.

Last minute driving tests available in Enfield

Enfield (London) DTC,
33 Brancroft Way,
Greater London.

This test centre is mainly for large goods vehicles. However, limited car tests now available from this test centre. There is no wheelchair access to Enfield LGV. However, an arrangement will be made for wheelchair users. Both male and female toilets available. Limited car parking spaces available. Therefore, please do not use the car park for driving practice. This is a busy large good vehicle testing site. Please take care to avoid injury. Some testing for cars but mainly Large Goods Vehicles


Driving Test Centres closest to Enfield:Last Minute Driving Test Cancellations Enfield

Chingford (London) Practical Test Centre – Distance: 3.27 miles
Loughton (London) Practical Test Centre – Distance: 3.84 miles
Tottenham (London) Practical Test Centre – Distance: 5.44 miles
Wood Green (London) Practical Test Centre – Distance: 6.57 miles
Wanstead (London) Practical Test Centre – Distance: 6.94 miles

Pass Rate at Enfield Driving Test Centre

Last Minute Driving Test Cancellations Enfield, LondonEnfield (London) driving test centre is an extremely busy driving test centre, with over 600 driving tests being conducted monthly. Its pass rate is also quite low, 40%. This is calculated from the fact that during half a year, 4240 driving tests were attempted by candidates. However, from this, only 1699 candidates were actually passed.

Even if the pass rate is low, this does not mean the examiners will fail you without reason, or that they are extremely strict. If you prepared well for the test and are able to maintain a good standard of driving throughout the entire duration of the test, you will pass.

There are many driving schools in the UK these days, so it can be difficult to tell a worthy one apart from the rest. DTC UK is, hands down, invaluable for your learning, and you will find outstanding instructors who are capable of getting you prepared for every driving test, while also helping you to permanently become a qualified driver. If you are looking for a driving school with trustworthy driving instructors, then this is the place to go. All of our instructors are fully trained and approved by the DVSA, so you can rest assured that you are getting the best possible service.

It is totally normal to be intimidated when first getting behind the wheel. You may still occasionally get jittery, even if you are experienced. There are a few things that could go wrong while driving, so it is okay to feel nervous.

When you take one of our driving courses here at DTC UK, fears and doubts associated with driving are dealt with in a proper manner. Today, we have developed a system which is focused on helping you to build up your driving skills by dealing with your nerves. We have instructors who understand how to keep you relaxed and calm throughout your learning experience.

Many new drivers think that failing a driving test the first time is okay. The truth is, it is not guaranteed you will fail the first test, as plenty of people pass too. In fact, statistics show you are more likely to pass the driving test your first time. When you do not succeed on your test, the emotional and financial investment you put into the process makes the experience that much more frustrating.

DTC UK is where you should turn to if you are looking for a driving school with the best lessons that will set you up to succeed on your first attempt. We are excited to say we have some of the best passing rates in the UK.

Our highly experienced, patient, and friendly Driving Instructors make learning to drive a breeze. Giving you the skills and confidence to pass the Driving Test in Enfield on your first try!. . And, as the name suggests, all of your driving lessons will be one-to-one, one-to-one.

We have an excellent pass rate. Our main goal is for you to pass the Driving Test on your first application. DTC driving school has been providing crash course driving lessons for over 16 years, we have some of the highest passing rates of intensive driving courses in the Enfield area.

Learning to drive a manual car might not suit everyone: Automatic Driving Lessons are the better choice for many pupils. Whether you opt for an auto or a manual car lesson, you can rest assured you will get the same high standard of training from our instructors. Whether you are a total novice, having never driven a car at all, or perhaps have tried and failed your driving test before, we have a course to suit you. We are even happy to give you advice if you are unsure.

The average passing rate of students in an intensive driving course is around 88%. The national average is 47% according to DVSA.

Also sometimes called crash courses, intensive driving courses are suited for learners looking to complete a driving test in a far shorter period of time than is typical. An intensive driving course allows you to learn faster as everything you have learned will be fresh in your mind, rather than waiting for a week or longer between lessons. With weekly driving lessons, sometimes things can get forgotten. Clutch control, for instance, often one of the hardest skills to learn as a new driver, is all about muscle memory and coordination, and spending hours on clutches one day makes learning easier.

You will usually go through the same type of learning that would take place over the course of a longer set of normal driving lessons at any Enfield-based driving school, but your intensive course may be tailored to focus on areas of driving skills you are less experienced in. For one thing, our Intensive Driving Courses are also available in other parts of London. Whether that is in east, south, or west London.

In short, these Driving Lessons are delivered on a different frequency to normal Driving Lessons. It is aligned with instructor expectations, since an intensive is faster pace that helps students achieve goals. The purpose of an intensive driving course is to help the student progress from having no idea about how to drive to being completely competent at the wheel, as fast as possible.

This means that a learner needs to be able to commit to a few lessons within the same week, or better yet, on a daily basis. Taking driving lessons so often allows learners to build up their confidence and become more at ease with the roads more quickly. Not only this, it also decreases the chances that learnings from previous lessons will be forgotten.

The expectations from lecture to lecture will be nothing but a positive progression. We carefully planned out an established framework that helps students go through intense lessons in order to achieve the perfect goals depending on which packages they chose. Whether you are on the fast track for testing, or time is tight, intense classes are perfect for efficiency and speed.

During an intensive driving course, students get incredibly familiar with the Highway Code, without realizing it. This works to the advantage of learners, who might have yet to take a theory test. However, we recommend taking your theory test prior to your driving lessons, allowing you to focus fully.

How long are intensive driving lessons?. The duration of an Intensive driving course is completely dependent on the package chosen. Each package is designed to meet a variety of requirements.

Hours are aimed at those with some experience, but want to add some extra riding time. We have no recommendations for how many hours of intense practice are needed. The government doesn’t even have a minimum requirement.

However, an observation to be made is that on average, there are about 40 hours of driving. The 40 hours comes from students taking 1 or 2 normal driving lessons per week.

As such, they are susceptible to forgetting the lessons that came before, and are less effective. We have seen students who are successful in intense driver education, dedicating to a consistent 28+ hours. The chances of passing a driving test are higher with intensive driving lessons, even more when a test is followed right after.

You may come across towns during you Intensive Driving Course in Enfield –


Buckhurst Hill

Buckhurst Hill is a few miles east of Enfield which changed from rural to suburban. Back in 1852, there was a sale which took place of King’s Place Farm estate which was of 157 acres which was sold to the British Land Corporation for £10,546.

In 1856, one of the major changes which took place was the coming of the Railway. The station which is now known as Liverpool Street, was known as The Eastern Counties Railway from Bishopsgate. The train from Liverpool Street to Stratford was extending its line to Loughton and named its new station as Buckhurst Hill. Planning of the railway speeded up the growth of the population considerably.

Chipping Barnet 

Chipping Barnet gets its name from the privilege granted to the monks of St. Albans holding a market there. Barnet became part of the G.L.C in 1964 – where the Post Office retained its identity which identified Barnet as a Hertfordshire town.


Hadley is 13 miles north of Central London – this is where travellers reach lovely areas of grass, trees and ponds which are surrounded by the most elegant Georgian houses and a few charming old cottages. This is the southernmost point of the village.

Hadley Wood 

Before London, Hadley Wood was the last outpost of rural Hertfordshire. If you come down from Scotland by train, you will not see the name Hadley Wood as the train goes through the station set which cuts in between two tunnels. 


Sewardstone sits between the Greenwich Meridian and part of it lies within the Lee Valley Regional Park. Sweardstone also lies between the river Lee Chingford and Waltham. This town has many connections, one of the connections being connected through Gilwell Park; this has been a training centre for the Scout and Guide Associations since 1919.

During the Second World War there was a POW camp here. Many of the prisoners were Italians and when the war ended some of them stayed here to establish themselves in the local glasshouse industry. This still provides employment for a number of local people.


Upshire is a town which lies on the outskirts of Epping Forest between Waltham Abbey and Epping. It is basically to the east of Enfield. The history of this area goes back to the Iron Ages, to when the earthworks known as Ambresbury Banks were constructed.

There is one building which is known as the oldest building in Upshire Hall; this building is believed to be mediaeval as it contains a window pane which is ornamented by the signature of the Prince Regent.Most other houses date from the 18th century onwards.

Hire Car for Driving Test Enfield

DTC UK offers a “Driving Test Car Hire Enfield” Service which meets all DVSA requirements. You can rent either a manual or an automatic car. Above all, our service comes complete with a qualified instructor. We normally require 48 hours notice but may be able to cover a same day car hire.

Semi-intensive Driving Lessons Enfield

If you have a last-minute driving test approaching but feel that you could do with a bit more practice, we can help. DTC driving instructors can prepare you for your practical test with our one-day “intensive driving lessons Enfield.”

Thinking of taking an Intensive Driving Course soon?

If you cannot afford to wait months to pass your driving test, then our last-minute intensive driving courses are just perfect for you. If you are up to test standard, we will book your driving test before starting the intensive course. These courses are also known as fast track driving courses, driving crash courses, and pass in one-week courses.

DTC Intensive Driving Courses only use driving instructors who are fully qualified with a grade A or B with the DVSA (UK Governments Driver and Vehicle Standard Agency). You’re driving instructor would have had Police clearance and is regularly tested to ensure a high standard of teaching. Your instructor will also abide by the DVSA code of conduct. For your added safety, the driving school cars that they use, are fully dual controlled.

Driving Test Centre Enfield, London
End Left
Mollison Avenue
Two Roundabouts, Straight On
Lee Valley Road
Two Traffic Lights, Also Straight On
Kings Head Hill
Traffic Lights Straight On
The Green
also, Traffic Lights Straight on
Kings Road
Mini Roundabout ahead
Whitehall Road
Sixth Left
Forrest Side
Second Left
Victoria Road
Cresent Road
End left
Forrest Ave
End Right, then left
Station Road
Traffic light at End of Road, Right
The Green
Traffic Lights, Ahead
Kings Head Hill
Also, Traffic lights Ahead
Lea Valley Road
Right at Roundabout
Mollison Ave
Two R/bouts Ahead, 2nd lights right
Finally, back to Enfield Driving Test Centre


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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