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Fast Pass Guaranteed Course

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Price:£2100
Model:Fast Pass Guaranteed Course
Details:

Celebrity course (£2100) unlimited lessons and guaranteed pass

  • 1) General terms and conditions available on this website apply
  • 2) After first practical exam DSA fee is excluded from the re-takes.

You are our celebrity and as such:

You have guaranteed priority in choosing time and dates of your driving course and exams over other pupils.

You have unlimited driving lessons over a period of 8 months up to maximum of 60 hours of driving lessons and 6 hours a week before your first test.

First practical exam in 6-8 weeks time.

Covers the fee for first Theory test.

Covers driving school fee for every practical exam and remedy sessions if needed.

You have guaranteed pass - take as many exams as it takes to pass within 8 months!

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