Learn to drive with either weekly driving lessons or an Intensive Driving Course.
If you don’t want to spend months learning to drive, a crash course could help you pass your test in under 2 weeks. With crash courses, you will do the same training as you would with a longer series of conventional lessons, although a crash course can often be tailored to focus on areas that you’re least comfortable with. You’ll then get a practical test at the end of your course of lessons.
Because of the timeframe of an intensive/crash course, you should expect at least 4 hours a day on the road. If you have driven before an assessment lesson will be conducted to determine what level you are at, and a course of lessons structured to meet your requirements.
Crash courses are also available for learners with no driving experience and some courses also include theory test and theory study materials.