Driving Lessons Glasgow
1 Glasgow driving instructors found in the Glasgow area.
Glasgow driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local Glasgow driving schools covering Glasgow. 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.
Learning to Drive in Glasgow
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.
Glasgow’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is slightly lower than the national average sitting at 43.2%
Glasgow’s test centres are Anniesland, which has a pass rate of 41.8%, Baillieston at 47.1% and Shieldhall at 40.8%.
The nearest additional driving test centres for Glasgow are in Bishopbriggs with 50.6% and East Kilbride which has a slightly lower pass rate of 46.5%.
Glasgow Practical Driving Test Centres
- Anniesland (Glasgow), 351 Anniesland Road, Strathclyde, Glasgow G13 1XS
- Baillieston, (Glasgow), (wheelchair accessible): 341 Springhill Parkway, Business Park, Glasgow G69 6GA
- Bishopbriggs, (Glasgow), Crosshill Road, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow G64 2QA
- East Kilbride (Glasgow), Bosfield Place, Legion Scotland, East Mains, East Kilbride, G74 4DY
- Shieldhall (Glasgow), Bogmoor Road, ShieldHall West, Lanarkshire, Glasgow G51 4TH
Glasgow Theory Test Centres
- Glasgow, (Glasgow), Third Floor, Empire House, 131 West Nile Street, Glasgow G1 2RX
- Dumbarton, (Glasgow), 86 – 88 High Street, Dumbarton G82 1PQ
- Greenock, (Glasgow), Ground Floor, Victory Court, 2 Arthur Street, Greenock PA15 4RT
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Glasgow – did you know?
- The first international football match was in Glasgow at the West of Scotland Cricket Ground and 4,000 spectators watched.
- TV’s first signals were sent to a TV sets in Glasgow by the Scottish engineer, John Logie Baird, from London’s Royal Institution.
- The remains of St. Valentine, the father of Valentine’s Day, are resting in Blessed St John’s Scotus in the Gorbals.
- Glasgow’s Victoria Park is home to trees that are older than the dinosaurs. You’ll find them in Fossil Grove.
- Glasgow was founded by the patron saint of salmon, Saint Mungo! This ancient priest is said to have started his ministry at just 25 years of age in the year 540.
- Glasgow’s underground is affectionately known as “The Clockwork Orange” thanks the bright orange train carriages.
- The world’s first ultrasound machine was developed, tested and first used in Glasgow. Mothers around the world are given peace of mind thanks to this invention.
- The delicious dish, chicken masala wasn’t invented in India, it is a Glaswegian creation, originating at the Shish Mahal which is still open for diners today.
- Up until the late 18th Century, convicted criminals were banished to Glasgow as their punishment. After this time, criminals were sent further away, to Australia
- Glasgow is recognised by UNESCO as a city of music, thanks to the broad range of music that can be enjoyed there. From classical to Celtic, contemporary to country, most music tastes are catered to.