Driving Lessons London, North

43 London, North driving instructors found in the London, North area.

London, North driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local London, North driving schools covering London, North. 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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Learning to Drive in London, North

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.

North London’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is lower than the national average sitting at 44.8%.

The test centres in North London are Wood Green which has a pass rate of 46.1%, Tottenham at 45.5% and Barnet at 44.8%

The nearest additional driving test centres for North London are in Mill Hill with 45.0% and Hendon which has a lower pass rate of 42.7%

North London Practical Driving Test Centres

  • Barnet, (North London). Raydean House, 15 – 17 Western Parade, Barnet EN5 1AD
  • Hendon, (North London), 3 Aviation Drive, Beaufort Park, Hendon, NW9 5TZ
  • Mill Hill, (North London), Unit 9, Grannard Business Centre, Bunns Lane, Mill Hill, NW7 2DQ
  • Wood Green, (North London), Wood Green Crown Court, Woodhall House, Lordship Lane, Wood Green N22 5LF
  • Tottenham, (North London), Driving Test Centre Tottenham Annex Building, Selby Centre, Selby Road, Tottenham N17 8JL

North London Theory Test Centres

  • Bethnal Green, (North London), Unit 3, Ground Floor, Corbridge Crescent, London E2 9DS
  • Ilford, (North London), Ground Floor, Pioneer Point, 3 – 5 Winston Way, Ilford IG1 2FS
  • North Finchley, (North London), Ground Floor, Tally Ho Corner, 711 High Road, North Finchley N12 0BP
  • Southwark, (North London), Second Floor (South), Manor House, 224 – 236 Walworth Road, Walworth SE17 1JE

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North London – did you know?

  1. Between 1720 and 1751, London went through a Gin Craze after Parliament deregulated the distilling trade and distillers flooded the market with cheap gin. The result was an increase in gin consumption to 2 pints per day, and that included children!
  2. Tottenham Court Road tube station was originally called Oxford Street. As the underground grew and Oxford Circus opened a station, the name had to be changed to avoid confusion.
  3. Hendon was a tiny village when the underground was first built. In fact, Hendon station was surrounded by fields and the town grew up around it, eventually becoming absorbed by the spread of urban London.
  4. Charles Dicken’s famous story about Oliver Twist has the main character Oliver meet the Artful Dodger in Barnet’s High Street in North London. The author is said to have regularly enjoyed a pint at the Red Lion on Barnet Hill too.
  5. The cockney rhyming slang ‘Barnet’ for hair doesn’t come from North London after all. According to the Oxford dictionary, the full term ‘Barnet fair’ references a famous horse fair held in Barnet, Hertfordshire.
  6. Hendon cinema in North London was where England’s 1966 world cup winning team spent their evening prior to the big match. They went to see “Those magnificent men in those flying machines”.
  7. George Michael, the lead singer of Wham! who went on to have a successful solo career before dying unexpectedly in 2016, was born in North Finchley.
  8. East and North Finchley are great places for film buffs – there are a choice of cinemas to indulge their hobbies at. From the longest running independent cinema, the Phoenix to the contemporary Vue in North Finchley, there’s always something great to watch.