Driving Lessons Lincoln
1 Lincoln driving instructors found in the Lincoln area.
Lincoln driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local Lincoln driving schools covering Lincoln. 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 Lincoln
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.
Lincoln’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is higher than the national average sitting at 52.4%.
The test centres in Lincoln are Lincoln which has a pass rate of 52.4%, Grantham with 54.6%, Scunthorpe with 45.0%, and Louth with 55.9%.
The nearest additional driving test centres for Lincoln are in Worksop with 61.4%, Boston with 55.4%, Colwick with 48.1% and Ashfield which has a higher pass rate of 57.8%.
Lincoln’s Practical Driving Test Centres
- Ashfield, (Lincoln), (wheelchair accessible), Ground Floor, Sherwood House, Off Coxmoor Road, Sutton-in-Ashfield NG17 5LA
- Boston, (Lincoln), (wheelchair accessible), Redstone Industrial Estate, Unit 2 Plot 3, Boston PE31 8AL
- Colwick, (Lincoln), (wheelchair accessible) Private Road No 5, Colwick Industrial Estate, Nottingham NG4 2JU
- Grantham, (Lincoln), Spitalgate Airfield, Blue Harbour, Grantham NG31 7TX
- Lincoln, (Lincoln), (wheelchair accessible), Earlesfield Close, Off Saddler Road, Lincoln LN6 3RT
- Louth, (Lincoln), Meridian Leisure Centre, Wood Lane, Louth LN11 8RS
- Scunthorpe, (Lincoln), Onward Way, off Warren Road, Scunthorpe, Humberside DN15 6XH
- Worksop, (Lincoln), Unit 4 The Point, Coach Road, Shireoaks, Worksop S81 8BW
Lincoln’s Theory Test Centres
- Grantham, (Lincoln), Ground Floor, 70a Castlegate, Grantham NG31 6SH
- Lincoln, (Lincoln), First Floor, Lincoln Central Bus Station, Oxford Street, Lincoln LN5 7BS
- Worksop, (Lincoln), Worksop Library, Memorial Avenue, Worksop S80 2BP
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Lincoln – did you know?
- For more than two centuries, Lincoln Cathedral was the tallest building in the world! Befor the cathedral was built, Egypt’s Great Pyramid in Giza held the title. When the cathedral’s spire collapsed in 1549, the Great Pyramid reclaimed the title of tallest building until Ulm Minster was built in 1890.
- The famous architect, Christopher Wren, designed many libraries throughout England, but only two survive today. One of these, built in the 17th Century is found at Lincoln Cathedral. The other is in Cambridge’s Trinity College.
- Lincoln Castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068, just two years after the battle of Hastings. William noticed the strategic significance of Lincoln and chose it as the site of his stronghold.
- Lincoln city has an original copy of the 1215 Magna Carta. Only four have survived the ravages of history. The document places limits on the powers of the King and Parliament ensuring that they must operate within the bounds of the law.
- The Fossdyke canal which connects the River Trent to Lincoln is the oldest working canal in the UK. The waterway was built 2,000 years ago by the Romans and today includes a pedestrian pathway along its length offering beautiful country walks.
- Britain’s longest Roman road has one end in Lincoln. The road stretches over 200 miles in a straight line to Exeter and is known as Fosse Way.
- Bridges with buildings were a common sight in Medieval times. Not many survive today, however the oldest one still standing is found in the heart of Lincoln. High Bridge was built in the 12th Century and is now a grade I listed structure.