Driving Lessons Llandudno
2 Llandudno driving instructors found in the Llandudno area.
Llandudno driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local Llandudno driving schools covering Llandudno. 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 Llandudno
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.
Llandudno’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is higher than the national average sitting at 54.4%.
The test centres in Llandudno are Bangor which has a pass rate of 63.0%, Rhyl with 55.3%, Bala with 48.5% and Upton with 50.9%
The nearest additional driving test centres for Llandudno are in Wallasey with 41.5%, Chester with 45.3%, Norris Green with 38.7%, and Wrexham which has a higher pass rate of 52.1%
Llandudno’s Practical Driving Test Centres
- Bala, (Llandudno), (wheelchair accessible), Unit 4, Penllyn Workshops, Bala LL23 7SP
- Bangor, (Llandudno), Llandegai Industrial Estate, Llandygai, Bangor LL57 4YH
- Chester, (Llandudno), Unit 16, Telford Court, Dunkirk Trading Estate, Chester Gates Dunkirk, Chester CH1 6LT
- Norris Green, (Llandudno), Falklands Approach, Parthenon Drive, Norris Green, L11 5BR
- Rhyl, (Llandudno), (wheelchair accessible), Victoria Road, Rhyl LL18 2EL
- Upton, (Llandudno), (wheelchair accessible), Arrowe Park Road, Upton CH49 0UF
- Wallasey, (Llandudno), (wheelchair accessible), 17c King Street, Wallasey CH44 8AT
- Wrexham, (Llandudno), Ground Floor, 1 Birchall House, Wrexham Technology Park, Wrexham LL13 7YP
Llandudno’s Theory Test Centres
- Chester, (Llandudno), Unit 3, Ground Floor, Granary Warf, Steam Mill Street, Chester CH3 5BE
- Liverpool, (Llandudno), Suite 1, Ground Floor, 10 Duke Street, Liverpool L1 5AS
- Wrexham, (Llandudno), Unit 7, Ground Floor, 3 Henblas Street, Wrexham LL13 8AE
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Llandudno – did you know?
- Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales, it was known as ‘the Queen of the Welsh Watering Places’ in 1861.
- Settlement at the site of Llandudno continues right through the key periods of human development from the stone age to bronze and iron age. Indications of settlements over many hundreds of years have been found on the slopes of the limestone headland, known as the Great Orme or the Creuddyn peninsular.
- Llandudno North Shore Beach and West Shore Beach, have both won awards for their stunning views of the Irish sea.
- Llandudno became a safe haven and place to start anew for Jews fleeing persecution in Eastern Europe, they moved to Llandudno in large numbers in the late 19th century. A second influx happened around the time of the Second World War as many were evacuated or fled from the Nazis.
- The name Llandudno comes from the celtic word Llan, which means church or enclosure; and the name of the patron saint of the church on the mountain, St. Tudno. This priest founded the first church on the Great Orme peninsula.
- Llandudno was the childhood home of Australian Prime Minister Billy Hughes. William Morris Hughes was the seventh Prime Minister of Australia and led the country through the First World War.
- Llandudno has Kashmiri goats who usually reside on the hillside of The Great Orme. Through the pandemic, a herd od 122 goats ventured into the deserted streets of the town and took up residence there. The goats have large horns and a distinctively unpleasant smell. While townspeople stayed indoors, the goats enjoyed snacking on their gardens.