Driving Lessons London, East

24 London, East driving instructors found in the London, East area.

London, East driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local London, East driving schools covering London, East. 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 London, East

Learning to Drive in London, East

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.

East London’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is lower than the national average sitting at 38.8%

The test centres in East London are Barking which has a pass rate of39.4%, Belvedere at 35.3% and Chingford at 40.9%

The nearest additional driving test centres for East London are in Wanstead with 34.3% and Goodmayes which has a higher pass rate of 44.2%.

East London Practical Driving Test Centres

  • Barking, (East London), 84 Tanner Street, Barking, Essex IG11 8QF
  • Belvedere, (East London), 33 Woolwich Road, Belvedere, DA17 5EE
  • Chingford, (East London), Doric House, 128 Station Road, Chingford EA 6AD
  • Goodmayes, (East London), 98 Goodmayes Road, Ilford, Goodmayes IG3 9UZ
  • Wanstead, (East London), 2 Devon House, Hermon Hill, Wanstead E11 2AW

East London Theory Test Centres

  • Bethnal Green, (East London), Unit 3, Ground Floor, Corbridge Crescent, London, E2 9DS
  • Ilford, (East London), Ground Floor, Pioneer Point, 3-5 Winston Way, Ilford, IG1 2FS
  • Morden, (East London), Second Floor, Athena House, London Road, London SM4 5BE
  • Sidcup, (East London), Ground Floor, Nexus House, 2 Cray Road, Sidcup DA14 5DA

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East London – did you know?

  1. More than 1,000 bodies are buried under Aldgate Station. They’ve been there since 1665 when the deceased of the Great Plague were buried in several plague pits.
  2. Brick Lane was home to an exotic animal market in the 1950’s—snakes, monkeys and even lions were traded here before the RSPCA shut it down in the late 70s.
  3. William Shakespeare lived in East London and worked as an actor before becoming a famous playwright. It’s rumoured two of his plays premiered in Shoreditch before showing at the Globe Theatre.
  4. Although East London is a trendy area full of hipster bars today, it was one of the poorest parts of London in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
  5. Despite a history of poverty and dilapidated dwellings, Shoreditch is one of East London’s most sought after residential areas with property prices rising a whopping 25% in the last 5 years!
  6. The Theatre and The Curtain Theatre – the first two theatres in the whole of London are found in London’s East suburb, Shoreditch.
  7. East London is home to numerous classic storytellers, not just Shakespeare. Alfred Hitchcock also started his career at Gainsborough Studios.
  8. Old Spitalfields Market in East London, is the oldest of all London Markets. In 1638, King Charles I approved a licence for ‘flesh, fowl and roots’ to be sold on the site. Today it is one of the most eclectic markets in the capital.
  9. East London is a favourite location for film makers and TV series producers. Contagion, I Give It a Year, and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels are just a few of the classic movies shot in East London’s streets.
  10. Most of the East London we know today is outside the historic Roman boundaries for the City of London, you’ll need to travel into Aldgate to get within the ancient fortress walls.