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Intensive Driving Courses in the Lake District

Lake District Intensive Driving Courses.

Contact Lake District Intensive Driving for intensive driving courses ( or crash driving courses!) in the relative peace and calm of the Lake District.

Simply complete the Online Enquiry Form with your name, address etc. stating the hours driving lessons you require and whether it should be on a semi-intensive driving course (also known as crash driving courses) or an intensive driving course.

Alternatively phone the office number or phone / text to Chris Lansdowne's mobile number or email to the address provided above.
Daily intensive driving courses are appropriate for people from the local area around Kendal, Lancaster, Carnforth, Kirkby Lonsdale, Milnthorpe, Morecambe Bay, Barrow and Ulverston as well as Preston, Manchester, Liverpool and other towns in the North West. Residential courses are appropriate to those from further away such as London and Birmingham,
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Contact us if you need to pass your driving We use the three DSA Driving Test Centres at Barrow-in-Furness, Heysham(Morecambe/Lancaster) and Kendal.

As a driving school we will need your address whether you live in locally

- Kendal, Lancaster, Carnforth, Kirkby Lonsdale, Milnthorpe and the Morecambe Bay area - Liverpool, Manchester, Preston or anywhere in the North West: - London, Birmingham or any other part of the country..

The online enquiry form also informs us of appropriate pick up points, for example locally your home or other nearby locations, from which your intensive driving course can commence.

We can assure you that as a driving school with an excellent reputation we treat your details in strictest confidence and do not pass it on to third parties or keep this on any computer once your intensive driving course has been completed.

This also applies once you have taken your driving test at the Heysham Test Centre or the Kendal Test Centre.

So you can rest assured that no companies will know you applied for driving tuition with us or for a driving test and use such information to their own advantage..

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Telephone or Text are two of the ways in which you can contact us to arrange your intensive driving lessons / course with your request.

The office telephone allows us to provide you with more details regarding your intensive driving lessons and the driving courses appropriate to you whilst also supplying us with the necessary information to process your requirements.

A phone call or short text with your name, address and requirements for your intensive driving lessons can also be made to Chris Lansdowne's mobile on 079 21 10 49 44.

Simply text or leave an answer phone message with your request demonstrating the number of hours intensive driving you require.

If you wish to use text messaging as your method of contact we will quickly get back to you and ask for sufficient information to process your request, particularly if you need to take and pass a driving test quickly.

Where you urgently need to pass your driving test we can help you arrange for a DSA Theory Test or driving test at either the Heysham Test Centre or the Kendal Test Centre.

Emailing is another way in which you can contact us. All you will need to do is send an email to Chris Lansdowne at the email address above.

Your email may state the number of intensive driving hours you require and your location in Kendal or another part of the Lake District.

The information is solely used to assist your enquiry and help begin your driving lessons and will not be used for any other purpose.

If you are looking for intensive driving and come locally from Kendal, Carnforth, Lancaster, Milnthorpe, Kirkby Lonsdale and the Morecambe Bay area - Liverpool, Manchester or anywhere in the North West - London, Birmingham or for that matter anywhere else in the country whichever way you wish to contact us, we’re sure to deal with your enquiry as quickly as possible.

This especially applies if passing your DSA Theory Test or Practical Driving Test is a matter of urgency.

Thanks for reading.
Chris Lansdowne

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