In a rush to pass your driving test and to drive safely on the roads? Bloom Driving School offers an intensive driver training course that is tailored specifically to your requirements. After 40 hours of practical lessons, with our experienced and friendly instructors, we are confident, that you will be 'Test Ready' to Pass.
"I was nervous about driving for the first time, but Manuel was a great instructor and made me feel really confident. He was clear about how I could improve my driving and did everything he could to prepare me for the test. In the end I passed first time! As an instructor he was great, and we had a laugh as well. I would definitely recommend him! Thanks again for the lessons. Feels great to have passed!" Tom
Bloom Driving School Instructors are all ADI approved. (Approved Driving Instructor - tested and registered by the DVSA). You will see their ADI badge in their windscreen. We have over 17 years of teaching students of all abilities to pass their theory and practical tests.
Some driving schools ask you to attend a school for a week or more that might not be in your area. We carry out our intensive courses in Corby, Kettering and Market Harborough. If you live or work in these surrounding areas, and want to learn to drive quickly, with a friendly driving school, with high pass rates, please give us a call first!
Depending on your experience we anticipate that you will be test ready within 40 hours. How you would like to book those lessons is up to you, we tailor your intensive driving course around your life. Our 40 hour intensive driving course is just £800, that's just £20 an hour.
Please provide us with as much information as you possibly can about your situation.
E.g. Have you passed your theory test? Are you a nervous driver? How many hours of practical lessons have you had to date? Do you need to pass your test within a time frame?
One of our team will be in touch to discuss how we can help.
Evidence of permanent settlement by Danish invaders that called the settlement "Kori's by". It was later recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Corbei'.
With a population of 18,000, Corby was designated a New Town and by 1951, following the plans of architect William Holford, the development for a car-friendly layout and many areas of open space and woodland was proposed, make it a great place to learn to drive.
Corby is just two hours' drive of four international airports: Birmingham, East Midlands, Stansted and Luton. Corby is only connected by dual carriageway to one other town, which is Kettering. We regularly take our pupils on this road.
Back in 1903, you didn't have to pass a test to drive, you just have to pay 5 shillings for the licence, a document that identified the driver to their vehicle.
It wasn't until June 1935 that driving tests for a licence where made compulsory, but in 1939 tests were suspended for the duration of WWII. As all the examiners were given the roles of traffic duties and monitoring fuel rationing.
For the second time since compulsory driving tests were introduced, they were suspended in 1956 during the Suez Canal crisis. Learners were allowed to drive unaccompanied!