Driving Lessons Hull
1 Hull driving instructors found in the Hull area.
Hull driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local Hull driving schools covering Hull. 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 Hull
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.
Hull’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is a tough higher than the national average sitting at 52.4%.
The test centres in Hull are Hull which has a pass rate of 52.4%, Grimsby Coldwater at 43.4%, Scunthorpe at 45.0%, and Bridlington at 62.0%.
The nearest additional driving test centres for Hull are in Louth with 55.9%, Malton with 60.3%, Doncaster with 42.7%, and York which has a higher pass rate of 52.4%
Hull’s Practical Driving Test Centres
- Bridlington, (Hull), Driving Test Centre Bridlington Unite 23 & 24, Enterprise Way, Bessingby Industrial Estate, Bridlington YO16 4SF
- Doncaster, (Hull), (wheelchair accessible), Unit 10 & 11 Heather Court, Shaw Wood Business Park, Shaw Wood Way, Doncaster DN2 5YL
- Grimsby Coldwater, (Hull), Estate Road 1, South Humberside Trading Estate, Pyewipe, Grimsby DN31 2TB
- Hull, (Hull), (wheelchair accessible), Reservoir Road, Off Clough Road, Kingston upon Hull, Hull HU6 7PY
- Louth, (Hull), Meridian Leisure Centre, Wood Lane, Louth LN11 8RS
- Malton, (Hull), 3 Milton Avenue, Malton YO17 7LB
- Scunthorpe, (Hull), Onward Way, off Warren Road, Scunthorpe, Humberside DN15 6XH
- York, (Hull), (wheelchair accessible), Arabesque House (Unit 2), Monks Cross Drive, Huntington, York YO32 9GW
Hull’s Theory Test Centres
- Grimsby, (Hull), Ground Floor, 18 Abbey Walk, Grimsby DN31 1NB
- Hornsea, (Hull), Training Room, Ground Floor, The Boat House, Hornsea Inshore Rescue, Hornsea Burton Road, Hornsea HU18 1TJ
- Hull, (Hull), Second Floor, Utility House, 32 – 36 Prospect Street, Hull HU2 8PX
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Hull – did you know?
- Hull is named after the River Hull and the town has many uniquely designed public toilets.
- On St George’s Day in 1642 King Charles I was refused entry to Hull because he wanted to access weapons stored within its walls to continue his fight against Parliament.
- Boiled sweets were invented in Hull by the sweet manufacturer, Needlers in the 19th
- Fish and Chips are a big deal in Hull and the town has a long maritime history. Chip spice and the Hull pattie are synonymous with the town. Two popular shops offering these delights are Bob Carver’s chippy and the East Park chippy.
- Ye Olde Black Boy is said to be the oldest pub in Hull. It opened its doors in 1729 and is one of the most atmospheric pubs still running today in Hull.
- LCD technology was developed in Hull at the university more than 40 years ago. Professor George Gray and his research team are the people to thank for the smart phone and flat screen TV technology.
- Hull has a few unique phrases, including “Cockle over” which means to stumble or fall, “Codheads” who are Fisherman or people from outside the city and “Duvall”: A handsome man or playboy.
- Hull survived several medieval wars, bombing from the Blitz and was home to William Wilberforce who fought against slavery and the famous poets Larkin and Marvell.
- The Hull accent is unique, it’s regarded as being completely different from the official regional twang associated with God’s county.