Driving represents freedom and new opportunities, so it’s no surprise that most people want to hit the road as soon as possible. That’s why some people want to learn to drive quicker than usual. But faster might not always mean better. We take a look at whether crash courses are worth it.
|Course Title||Minimum Requirements||Examiner||Duration||Action|
|A1 & A2 Motorcycle||18 Years and above||NTSA||3 to 5 Weeks|
|A3 Tuktuk Drivers||Valid A2 Driving License||NTSA||3 to 5 Weeks|
|B1, & B2 Saloon Car||18 Years and above||NTSA||3 to 5 Weeks|
|C1 & C2 Light and Medium Truck||22 Years and above||NTSA||3 to 5 Weeks|
|Combined Saloon and Truck||22 Years and above||NTSA||3 to 5 Weeks|
|D1 & D2 P.S.V Matatu and Buses||Valid Driving License with 4Years Experience||NTSA||3 to 5 Weeks|