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Learning to Drive in Sutton
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.
Sutton’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is roughly the same as the national average sitting at 47.5%.
The test centres in Sutton are Morden which has a pass rate of 47.5%, Mitcham at 45.3%, and Tolworth at 54.1%.
The nearest additional driving test centres for Sutton are in West Wickham with 51.5% and Isleworth which has a slightly lower pass rate of 49.0%.
Sutton Practical Driving Test Centres
- Isleworth, (Sutton), The Wireless Factory, Fleming Way, Isleworth, TW7 6DB
- Morden, (Sutton), 10 Tudor Drive, Morden, SM4 4PE
- Mitcham, (Sutton), Redhouse Road, Mitcham, Surrey, CR0 3AQ
- Tolworth, (Sutton), Douglas House, 1B Douglas Road, Tolworth, KT6 7RZ
- West Wickham, (Sutton), 56 Glebe Way, West Wickham, BR4 0RL
Sutton Theory Test Centres
- Morden, (Sutton), Second Floor, Athena House, London Road, London, SM4 5BE
- Croydon, (Sutton), Suite 6, First Floor, Suffolk House, George Street, Croydon, CR0 1PE
- Southwark, (Sutton), Second Floor (South), Manor House, 224-236 Walworth Road, Walworth, SE17 1JE
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Sutton– did you know?
- Sutton has several public works of art by famous artists. These include “Nonsuch Park Gates” by Henry Moore, the “Sutton Civic Centre Mosaic” by Eduardo Paolozzi and the “Sutton High Street Fountain” by Nicholas Treadwell.
- Sutton evolved from a small rural village and was known as “Sutone” in the Domesday Book of 1086 . Today it’s a bustling suburban town in South London.
- Sutton has several famous and historical landmarks, including the Honeywood Museum, a beautiful 17th-century house turned museum, Cheam Park and the Whitehall historic house.
- Sutton has numerous parks and green spaces, with the most prominent being Sutton Green and Manor Park. These historic parks include a small woodland and offer a serene escape from urban life.
- Sutton is known for its cultural diversity, with a variety of restaurants, shops, and cultural festivals representing its multicultural community.
- The Royal Marsden Hospital, a renowned cancer treatment centre, has a branch in Sutton, providing world-class healthcare services to the region.
- The Secombe Theatre, named after comedian Sir Harry Secombe, is a local cultural treasure but went into administration in 2016 and no longer hosts any performances or shows to the public.
- Sutton’s town centre offers a diverse range of shopping options, from high-street brands to boutique stores, making it a popular shopping destination.
- Sutton’s twin town is the city of Minden in Germany. This partnership promotes cultural exchanges and cooperation between the two communities. It’s unusual for a suburban town to have international connections like this, highlighting Sutton’s commitment to fostering global relationships.
- The Sutton Life Centre is an innovative and environmentally friendly building in Sutton serving as an educational and community hub. What makes it unusual is its distinctive architecture and its dedication to sustainability. The centre features a climbing wall and an eco-garden that contributes to biodiversity and energy efficiency. It offers various educational programs, making it an exceptional community resource.