Driving Lessons Stoke On Trent

5 Stoke On Trent driving instructors found in the Stoke On Trent area.

Stoke On Trent driving instructors are made up of independent instructors and local Stoke On Trent driving schools covering Stoke On Trent. 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 Stoke on Trent

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.

Stoke on Trent’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is lower than the national average sitting at 44.7%.

The test centres in Stoke on Trent are Cobridge which has a pass rate of 43.1%, Newcastle under Lyme with 44.5% Crewe with 32.6%, Telford with 41.8% and Stafford at 48.9%

The nearest additional driving test centres for Stoke on Trent are in Macclesfield with 44.2%, Buxton with 46.6%, and Northwich which has a higher pass rate of 55.9.

Stoke on Trent’s Practical Driving Test Centres

  • Buxton, (Stoke on Trent), (wheelchair accessible), The Dairy, & Green Lane, Buxton SK10 9DS
  • Cobridge, (Stoke on Trent), 8 Elder Road, Cobridge, Stoke on Trent ST6 2HE
  • Crewe, (Stoke on Trent), 6 Nile Street, Crewe CW2 7LL
  • Macclesfield, (Stoke on Trent), Unit 4 Bailey Court, Green Street, Macclesfield, SK10 1JQ
  • Newcastle under Lyme, (Stoke on Trent), Parklands, Clayton Lane, Trent Vale, Stoke on Trent ST4 6PQ
  • Northwich, (Stoke on Trent), 4 Felix Road, Winnington, Northwich CW8 4BU
  • Stafford, (Stoke on Trent), (wheelchair accessible), Unit 7 Greyfriars Business Park, Frank Foley Way, Stafford ST16 2RF
  • Telford, (Stoke on Trent), (Wheelchair accessible) 35 Horton Wood, Telford TF1 7FR

Stoke on Trent’s Theory Test Centres

  • Crewe A, (Stoke on Trent), Ground Floor, Unit 8, Victoria Centre, Crewe CW1 2PU
  • Glossop, (Stoke on Trent), First Floor, Glossop Business Centre, The Old Co-Op Building, 11 Railway Street, Glossop SK13 7AG
  • Stoke on Trent, (Stoke on Trent), Ground Floor, Unit 8A, Whittle Court, Town Road Business Quarter, Hanley ST1 2QE
  • Stockport, (Stoke on Trent), Ground Floor, 1 St Peters Square, Stockport SK1 1NZ

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Stoke on Trent – did you know?

  1. Sir Stanley Mathews the footballer who played for Stoke City and Blackpool, never ate the crusts of his sandwiches.
  2. Stoke has been the birth place to many famous musicians and singers, Slash, Robbie Williams and Lemmy included. But did you know that the fictional Gorillaz bassist, Murdoc Niccals also harks from Stoke on Trent? He was invested by Blur’s Damon Albarn.
  3. The tiles on the floor of the Houses of Parliament were made in Stoke on Trent. Minton’s factory produced popular made to order dinnerware for heads of state in the 19th century and in one special case, the beautiful floor tiles in Parliament. Stoke on Trent is still a major pottery centre in the UK today.
  4. Neil Morrissey’s tattoos come from his time spent in a children’s home in Stoke on Trent. The actor was threatened with a beating by the other children if he didn’t succumb to the permanent markings.
  5. The captain of the Titanic, Edward Smith was born in Stoke on Trent and his grandson, Simon Melville was an RAF pilot who lost his life in World War II.
  6. Watch your step in Stoke on Trent! Thomas Holland, a candlemaker went missing there in 1903, never to be found again, after he fell down a disused pit shaft that opened beneath him as he walked down the street.
  7. Etruria Industrial Museum is said to be haunted. Several people have claimed to have seen ghostly barges there in the 1990s. The building was the area’s first public hospital before becoming a museum.
  8. Mow Cop looks like a castle but is actually a folly built to look like the remains of a larger castle structure.