Driving Lessons Sheffield

34 Sheffield driving instructors found in the Sheffield area.

Sheffield driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local Sheffield driving schools covering Sheffield. 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 Sheffield

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.

Sheffield’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is similar to the national average sitting at 50.5%.

The test centres in Sheffield are Handsworth which has a pass rate of 42.4%, Middlewood Road at 45.9%, and Barnsley at 55.7%

The nearest additional driving test centres for Sheffield are in Rotherham with 51.4%, Chesterfield with 47.9% and Worksop which has the highest pass rate of all Sheffield’s test centres at 60.0%.

Sheffield Practical Driving Test Centres

  • Barnsley, (Sheffield), (wheelchair accessible), West Road, Barnsley, S75 2DH
  • Chesterfield, (Sheffield), (wheelchair accessible), Bus Garage, Approach Road, Stonegravels, Chesterfield, S41 7LT
  • Handsworth, (Sheffield), (wheelchair accessible), Orgreave Way, Handsworth, Sheffield, S13 9LT
  • Middlewood Road (Sheffield), (wheelchair accessible), 508 Middlewood Road, Sheffield S6 1TQ
  • Rotherham, (Sheffield), Mangham Way, Off Mangham Road, Rotherham, S61 4RL
  • Worksop, (Sheffield), Unite 4, The Point, Coach Road, Shireoaks, Worksop S81 8BW

Sheffield Theory Test Centres

  • Chesterfield, (Sheffield), Room 3, Ground Floor, The HQ Building, Boythorpe Road, Chesterfield S49 1HQ
  • Glossop, (Sheffield), First Floor, Glossop Business Centre, The Old Co-Op Building, 11 Railway Street, Glossop, SK13 7AG
  • Sheffield, (Sheffield), Seventh Floor, St James House, Vicar Lane, Sheffield S1 2EX
  • Worksop, (Sheffield), Worksop Library, Memorial Avenue, Worksop S80 2BP

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Sheffield – did you know?

  1. Sheffield could also be called the city of trees, for every person, there are four trees across its 250 parks, wooded areas and Botanical Gardens.
  2. Sheffield is the second largest city in Yorkshire, and the third largest city in the UK only surpassed by Birmingham and Leeds.
  3. Sheffield is well-known for its steel producing past and was a major steel manufacturing town through the industrial revolution.
  4. The oldest football stadium is found in Sheffield, Bramall Lane which opened on the 30th of April, 1855.
  5. Sheffield is the only UK city which has part of a national park within city limits. This national park is part of the Pennines range.
  6. Sheffield is one of the greenest cities in the UK with 61% of its land considered “green space”. Even so, it doesn’t claim the title for “Greenest City”, that goes to Wakefield which is also in Yorkshire.
  7. The steel for New York’s Brooklyn Bridge came from Sheffield, so did many of the scalpels and other tools used to build it.
  8. Sheffield held the record for the world’s longest rainbow for 20 years! The rainbow lasted for six hours.
  9. Sheffield hold the record for the most people playing hopscotch at one time. 664 people came out to play in 2019 to win the record.

There are traces of human activity in Sheffield that date back to the Late Stone Age. Many artifacts from this period are housed in Sheffield’s museu