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Intensive Driving Courses Reading – Various road Systems

Fast Track Driving Test dates ReadingThe driving test route from Reading driving test centre will involve various road systems. The busy town roads will have several roundabouts ranging from mini roundabouts to large multilane roundabouts. You should also expect a deal with crossroads and one-way roads. It is very important that you watch the road signs and road markings as many learner drivers have been known to fail due to the positioning at the end of the one-way road.

 

Intensive Driving Courses Reading – Residential Roads

Quiet residential roads will often form part of the driving test. Often these residential roads will be narrow with stationary vehicles. The driving examiner will expect you to plan ahead and be Quick Driving Tests Readingprepared to give way to oncoming vehicles. The first sight of the oncoming vehicle, you get the rear-view mirror and ease off the accelerator. This will give you time to think and decide whether you need to stop and give way or to continue.

Intensive Driving Courses Reading – Dual Carriageways

The driving examiner will also take you on to some fast flowing A roads the A33 dual carriageway. When merging onto a dual carriageway it is vital that you adjust your speed to match that with the traffic on the main road. Once on the dual carriageway, you are expected to maintain your position in the left-hand lane unless you are either turning right or overtaking. If you do come across a slow-moving vehicle, the driving examiner will expect you to make progress and overtake. However, is remember that you must left-hand lane at the first safe opportunity.

 

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Address of Reading Practical Driving Test Centre 

Reading DTC,
220 Elgar Road South
Reading
Berkshire
RG2 0BW.

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There are 6 steps to the waiting room to Reading Driving Test Centre. However, special arrangements will be made for candidates with a disability.  If you are attending an ADI test appointment please park legally on Elgar Road South.  Reading DTC has a shared car park with restricted access. Both male and female toilets are available in the waiting room. Reading Driving Test Centre Provides Tests For Car, ADI and Taxi.

Car driving test centres closest to Reading DTC:Last Minute Driving Test Cancellations Reading

Newbury Hambridge Lane Practical Test Centres – Distance: 14 miles
Greenham Newbury Practical Test Centres – Distance: 14.5 miles
Farnborough Practical Test Centres – Distance: 14.51 miles
Basingstoke Practical Test Centres – Distance: 14.94 miles
High Wycombe Practical Test Centres – Distance: 15.18 miles

Pass Rate at Reading Driving Test Centre

Last Minute Driving Test Cancellations ReadingReading Driving Test Centre has an average pass rate of 45%. Last year, 5894 people attempted their driving test, with 2653 people passing their driving test, giving Reading driving test centre a pass rate of 45%.

 

DTC UK helps you to get through the tests quickly, with driver education manual or auto-translated. Let us organise all the crash courses for you, and get you on the road with your full drivers license having been taught by our best local drivers instructors. The intensive driving agency is located in the Reading area of Oxfordshire. There are at least 3 other listings for this business in RG8 postcode area.

Well, we are going to take a look at the pros and cons of taking an intensive driving course as opposed to a more traditional weekly lessons approach. If you are on two minds regarding taking a crash course, then – after reading this – hopefully – you have a better understanding on this topic that allows you to make the correct choice for yourself as an individual. You will be learning at a tremendously quick pace (most intensive driving courses are seven to ten days long). You will not forget anything that you learned from previous Crash Course lessons, because that information will be taught very recently.

You can get through it in just a couple of hours. You could potentially save money, since there are less classes. Along with the fact that some driving schools will discount your intensive driving lessons, since you are buying them in bulk.

Driving crash courses are going to have higher passing rates. According to uDrive, the pass rate for second-time drivers — when taught via Intensive Driver Training — is a mind-boggling 88%. The nationwide average is 47% according to DVSA.

Towns you may comes across during your Intensive Driving Course in Reading –

 

Aldermaston 

This town is half-way between Reading and Newbury, it can be reached by turning south off of the A4, when the railway station and wharf are almost immediately seen. After you cross the Kennet and Avon Canal, the road then runs for 1 and half miles and the village is approached across the Iron Bridge which spans the river Kennet.

Aldworth

Aldworth is a small village which is on the edge of the Downs, at the top of the two steep hills which are Apple Pie Hill (this leads up from Compton), and Streatley Hill (this leads on down to the Thames). Aldoworth is situated 10 miles northwest of Reading. 

Arborfield 

This is the most widely known village of Berkshire – this is mainly thanks to the thousands of servicemen who have passed through ‘The Garrison’. A major part of the camp lies in the neighbouring village of Barkham.

Ashampstead 

Back in the 13th and 14th century, Ashampstead was known as Esshamstede. Ashampstead is situated on a hilly ground in well-wooded country which is 9 miles from Newbury and 10 miles from Reading. For a number of years, the regular bus service has been stopped throughout the village but there is a social bus which takes passengers from Ashampstead and neighbouring villages to Reading and home again on Friday afternoons.

Barkham

Barkham dates back to 951 AD; this was when a Saxon thane gave Bloreham to the monks of Abingdon Abbey. Barkham is situated three miles near Wokingham at the edge of Windsor Great Forest.

Basildon 

Basildon is about 8 miles northwest of Reading and is situated in wooded rolling country above Thames Valley. The village today consists of about five hundred houses, some old and many relatively new. It is beautiful and well-cared-for, sophisticated rather than rural, charming to look at and a pleasant place to live in or to visit.

Baughurst 

This town is situated on the north Hampshire/Berkshire border in the middle of the Newbury/Basingstoke/Reading triangle. The Baughurst road is about four miles in length and the village can boast four public houses, a post office and a parade of shops.

Beech Hill

Beech Hill was formerly known as Beche Hill; this was after the Beche family discovered history, due to a fire that destroyed most of the records prior to 1860. The population of this area is around 400. 

Beenham Valence

The village of Beenham is on the crest of a hill about 350 ft above the Kennet and it is also situated between Reading and Newbury. There are many older parts of the village and they date back from the 17th century. The older part of the village is found around the Six Bells an inn taking its name from the bells of the Parish Church, although there are several much older dwelling places, notably White Cottage, whose barn is of ‘crock’ construction dated 1500 or earlier, and other farms and cottages built in the 16th century.

Bradfield 

This town is six miles west of Reading. The original village which was known as Broad Field, with church mill and monrial Bradfield Place, stands around the Pang chal stream and it is noted for its Blue Pool which is a mile or so up the stream. This is where springs keep the sandy bottom fuming with miniature volcanoes, while a trick of light in the transparent depths produces intense blue.

Hire Car for Driving Test Reading

DTC has the answer. We have a team of driving instructors available last minute at all London driving test centers. Our emergency driving instructors come with a dual control car which meats all DVSA requirements. With our “Driving Test Car Hire Reading” service, you have a choice between an automatic or a manual car.

Intensive Driving Lessons Reading

However, if you don’t feel 100% ready, you have the option of taking a few intensive lessons. The intensive driving lessons are structured to get you through the practical test in the shortest possible time. Find out more about our Intensive driving lessons Reading.

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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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