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Residential Driving Courses


Learning to drive is such a stressful time, but have no fear, Glan Conwy School of Motoring (GSM) have come to the rescue to make the whole experience as stress free as possible.

They offer residential driving courses in the beautiful tranquil area of North Wales. Just think quieter roads, beautiful scenery and quaint seaside accommodation. A residential driving course includes a week of lessons, theory & practical tests and accommodation; you will definitely be kept on your toes, but only for 1 week. It has to be the quickest way possible to learn to drive and pass a driving test.

A residential driving course offers many benefits, although it can be very intensive with up to 5 hours a day, the benefit of this is, is that you are more likely to remember instructions as you will be continuously practising them, where as with individual lessons it is quite common for people to forget certain instruction that were taught in lessons a few weeks back.

There are also a lot less distractions with a residential course as you are normally away from your day to day life, so once that day is over you will have time to swot up on the highway code whilst also taking in some of the beautiful scenery that North Wales has to offer.

Glan Conwy School of Motoring is a well established Driving School based in North Wales and covers areas such as Llandudno, Rhyl, Bangor and Bala. They have a range of small cars both manual and automatic. They offer very competitive prices and offer different payment methods such as blocks or individual. They cater for all needs and offer lesson at different times of the day to suit personal needs.

As well as their residential driving courses they also offer a wide range of other courses which include refresher courses for those that have not been behind the wheel for a while, motorway tuition to build your confidence, theory test training and of course personal one-to-one tuition.

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