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Asked by Nicstew74 on 14th February 2018 Report this content
I bought a block booking online last year and due to bad health and other things have not taken any lessons yet. I have being told that I now have to pass my theory test before I can take any lessons of them, I have until 26th march to do this. Does anyone know why I have to pass my theory before taking any lessons? As I have had lessons years ago and never had my theory passed. I am not loosing all this money and 30 hours driving lessons.

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Report this content kevinhalls Written on: 15/02/2018
Why do you have until the 26th? Does your block booking include your practical test, if so you have to pass your theory before you can take the practical so if you was planning an intensive group of lessons pre test it would be wasted if you hadn't passed the theory.
Asked by Courtney457 on 11th September 2017 Report this content
Would anyone recommend the 10 hour intensive course? Not sure 10 hours will be enough to pass but not wanting to pay for more lessons than needed. Thank you

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Report this content kerryglancey Written on: 13/09/2017
It depends entirely on your current driving experience and how fast you learn. Personally I have never driven before I started with Pass 'n' Go. I have had 9hours of lessons so far and feel that I am nowhere near ready to take the practical. The DVSA recommends at least 40 hours of tutoring and 20 hours practice with family/friends. I recommend that you instead go for the "4 hours for £44" if you have never driven before so that you can get a feel for driving and your learning speed. I hope this answers your question!
Report this content hedget Written on: 14/09/2017
I would'nt touch Pass 'n' Go with a barge pole. I had a very poor service from them. When they have your money they don't care about you, and they don't offer refunds. They cancel lessons regularly or don't even bother turning up. Use someone else.
Asked by ClaireB82 on 11th November 2016 Report this content
Has any one actually had a refund from pass and go? I've read t&c but it only states refunds are not given if you are the reason why lessons are not done, my husband booked the 20 hour intensive course and every lesson has been rescheduled including the actual test. It's taken from the beginning of September to complete 4 lessons and test to be rebooked if we knew it would take this long we would of just gone private.

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Asked by Leandrah on 23rd May 2016 Report this content
How much are block lessons of 10 for a beginner?

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Report this content Stupid-Face Written on: 26/05/2016
I think it was about £130 for the first 10 hours then £180 for every block of 10 hours after that.. prices may have changed now though so you might need to check the website. Also each lesson is 2 hours, I don't think they do less than that but for me it was very good because I got a good amount of driving done in a lesson :) I passed over a year ago after about 45 hours worth of lessons - had first test which I failed after 35-ish hours but it was thunder and lightning so wasn't ideal for a beginner driver lol - took a 6 month break then had second test after another 10 hours or so worth of lessons which I passed :)
Asked by Jwooow7 on 14th January 2015 Report this content
I just wanted to know if many people have taken the crash course? I'm looking at the 40 hours one. Is it worth it? Does it have a good pass rate? Any information would be great. Thanks

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Report this content nikidoog Written on: 14/01/2015
I didn't take the crash course but did do 3 weeks of intensive lessons. The instructor I had was excellent and gave me the confidence to go through with the lessons this way. I can fully recommend the company but can't give exact details on the crash course
Report this content DarrenAirey Written on: 14/01/2015
I did the crash course. Only a 20 hour one though as I'd learnt previously 5yrs earlier with another company (and failed 3 times). I found it really good and my instructor helped my to learn to drive and not just pass a test. I passed first time with the crash course. I'm now a very safe and confident driver, no incidents in 20 months. Really good and I can not recommend enough. I know several other people who've done the pass in one week courses and they all passed first time. I think as you're in the car for so long consistently, you don't forget things that you would learning week to week. Don't forget that your test can be easy or hard dependant on time of day and local traffic. I did a morning rush hour test, was really good as I was in traffic a lot and wasn't too stressful.
Report this content Lisamullen Written on: 14/01/2015
I done the 30 hours hour and it was fab!!! I got through my lessons and test in a mon to fri week using a weeks hol from work. The days were long and draining as so much to take in each day, I done 9-3 stopping for half a hour to eat dinner but even that was in the car! If you can cope with it tho it is well worth it. I passed first time doing it and the instructor was fab!
Report this content Linzo1 Written on: 14/01/2015
I did the 40 hour course and I passed first time with my instructor, I also did the assessment lesson first just to be on the safe side :) hope this helps x
Report this content Jwooow7 Written on: 15/01/2015
Thanks this is all really helpful any more info would be great! Also I'm slightly confused do you have to have completed your theory before you start the lessons?
Report this content Cameron96 Written on: 16/01/2015
I did the 40 hour crash course after a few lessons with a previous instructor who was a waste of space, from the first contact with pass and go they were very useful and easy to communicate with. The instructor was great really useful laid back and easy to get along with. I passed first time with no minors. They were recommended by a number of friends all which passed first time with limited number of minors. Hope this has helped.
Report this content Cameron96 Written on: 16/01/2015
Oh and to answer your other question you have to pass your theory before you do your crash course.
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