The answer to the title of this piece is not as straight-forward as it seems because there are many things to take into consideration. First of all, there is no unique or magic time of year that people pass more frequently, statistically, there is no advantage to take your driving lesson in the winter, summer, spring or autumn. It mainly depends on how you feel and what you have going on in your life.
If we take a lady planning her wedding and both the wedding and the driving test are close together in time, this can only result in massive stress. The best route to go down is to postpone your driving lessons and test until some time after the big day. A driving test is an important life step, it is something that needs careful concentration. It gives you freedom. You need to devote time and effort to it, or you could end up not passing your test.
This example of a real-life, possibly stressful situation, can be related to by anyone. Should you have a busy time coming up organising a wedding, studying for exams, moving house or waiting for the birth of a child, then don’t take your test until that period of time is over.
So the most practical advice one can give is to make sure you can totally commit yourself for as long as it takes to pass you theory, do your practical lessons and take your test. Often a good move is to study and take your theory beforehand and get that out the way before you take the practical. If you continuously stop and start your lessons you lose momentum and need to practise all over again. This can really bump up the overall cost of learning to drive. The best advice here is consistency.
However, life is totally unpredictable at the best of times and we can’t possibly plan for everything that arises and perhaps you need to pass you driving lessons fast, regardless of weddings, exams or moves. If this is the case, you might consider taking an intensive driving course and gain your licence quickly. This is great for people who have a short time-span to learn to drive, however, you do need about 16 hours per week. This is often the best way to learn as results show that people who take intensive driving courses have a higher success rate, they pass quickly and start driving sooner. One of the drawbacks to this method of learning to drive is the amount of money you do have to pay upfront. It can seem costly to buy driving lessons like this but actually you negotiate a bulk deal with the instructor and it works out a bit cheaper than buying individual lessons.