Driving Lessons Crewe

1 Crewe driving instructors found in the Crewe area.

Crewe driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local Crewe driving schools covering Crewe. All driving instructors listed are qualified to provide you with the best driving lessons to help you pass your driving test in the most efficient way.


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Driving Instructors Crewe

Learning to Drive in Crewe

The national average driving lessons required to pass the practical driving test is 47 hours with a driving instructor and an additional 22 hours of private practice with a family or friend are recommended.

Crewe’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is lower than the national average sitting at 32.6%.

The test centres in Crewe are Crewe with a pass rate of 32.6% Stoke on Trent with 43.1%, Newcastle under Lyme with 44.5% and Northwich with 55.9%

The nearest additional driving test centres for Crewe are in Macclesfield with 44.2%, Warrington with 55.2%, Sale with 49.2%, and Widnes which has a lower pass rate of 43.5%.

Crewe’s Practical Driving Test Centres

  • Cobridge, (Crewe), 8 Elder Road, Cobridge, Stoke on Trent ST6 2HE
  • Crewe, (Crewe), 6 Nile Street, Crewe CW2 7LL
  • Macclesfield, (Crewe), Unit 4 Bailey Court, Green Street, Macclesfield, SK10 1JQ
  • Newcastle under Lyme, (Crewe), Parklands, Clayton Lane, Trent Vale, Stoke on Trent ST4 6PQ
  • Northwich, (Crewe), 4 Felix Road, Winnington, Northwich CW8 4BU
  • Sale, (Crewe), (Wheelchair accessible): 36 – 38 Poplar Grove, Sale M33 7ER
  • Warrington, (Crewe), Warrington Borough Council Orford Day Centre, Festival Avenue, Warrington WA2 9EP
  • Widnes, (Crewe), Everite Road, Widnes WA8 8PT

Crewe’s Theory Test Centres

  • Crewe A, (Crewe), Ground Floor, Unit 8, Victoria Centre, Crewe CW1 2PU
  • Chester, (Crewe), Unit 3, Ground Floor, Granary Warf, Steam Mill Street, Chester CH3 5BE
  • Stoke on Trent, (Crewe), Ground Floor, Unit 8A, Whittle Court, Town Road Business Quarter, Hanley ST1 2QE

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Crewe’s – did you know?

  1. Crewe began as a major railway engineering facility known as Crewe Works. The facility manufactured and overhauled locomotives. Between 1946 and 2002, it was also the home of Rolls-Royce motor car production.
  2. James MacDonald the actor from Cinderella (1950), Alice in Wonderland (1951) and The Black Hole (1979) was born in Crewe.
  3. Crewe was named after the railway station, rather than the other way round. The rail junction developed there in the 19th century and slowly residential buildings built up around it creating the town that is there today.
  4. Crewe has some quirky words all of its own. “Backsies” is the area behind a row of houses where the kids played out – possibly playing “kerbsie.” The phrase “It’s time to put the shovel up the tender.” It was also used by the firemen on the footplate of the old steam trains when they were approaching the station and had enough steam to get home.
  5. The largest employer in Crewe now is Bentley. Tour of Bentley’s state of the art factory are available to the public and can be secured with early booking.
  6. On February 3rd 2015 A UFO was spotted in Crewe. It wasn’t show down, but it did spark debate as to whether the town has been visited by aliens.
  7. The Edwardian Theatre in Crewe, the Lyceum, is rumoured to be home of multiple ghosts and has been featured on Most Haunted Live with Yvette Fielding.
  8. A political flyer in December 2022, compared the current state of Crewe town centre to Hiroshima after the nuclear bomb was dropped.
  9. Crewe was a target in World War II thanks to the railway junction and factories that are there. A bombing raid on 29th December 1940 resulted in a direct hit to the Rolls Royce factory and killed the 13 men and 4 women workers who are named on the memorial.