Driving Lessons Twickenham

7 Twickenham driving instructors found in the Twickenham area.

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

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.

Twickenham’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is marginally higher than the national average sitting at 49.0%

The test centres in Twickenham are Isleworth which has a pass rate of 49.0%, Southall at 42.9%, and Yeading at 39.7%.

The nearest additional driving test centres for Twickenham are in Tolworth with 54.1% and Greenford which has a much lower pass rate of 37.5%.

Twickenham Practical Driving Test Centres

  • Greenford, (Twickenham), 96 Horsenden Lane North, Greenford, UB6 7QH
  • Isleworth, (Twickenham), The Wireless Factory, Fleming Way, Isleworth, TW7 6DB
  • Southall, (Twickenham), 295 Allenby Road, Southall, UB1 2HD
  • Tolworth, (Twickenham), Douglas House, 1B Douglas Road, Tolworth, KT6 7RZ
  • Yeading, (Twickenham), Cygnet Way, Willow Tree Lane, Yeading, UB4 9BS

Twickenham Theory Test Centres

  • Morden, (Twickenham), Second Floor, Athena House, London Road, London, SM4 5BE
  • Staines, (Twickenham), First Floor, 11-17 Kingston Road, Staines, TW18 4QX
  • Uxbridge, (Twickenham), Second Floor, Union House, 2 Vine Street, Uxbridge, UB8 1QE

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Twickenham – did you know?

  1. Twickenham is famous for being the home of England’s national rugby union team. Twickenham Stadium, also known as “Twickers,” is the world’s largest rugby union stadium and has hosted countless international rugby matches, including the Rugby World Cup.
  2. Twickenham is the home of quirky Eel Pie Island, a private island on the River Thames. In the 1960s, it was a haven for counterculture, with artists, musicians, and bands like The Rolling Stones performing at the Eel Pie Island Hotel.
  3. Twickenham is home to the famous Pope’s Grotto, a remarkable underground chamber constructed by the poet Alexander Pope in the 18th century. It’s considered one of the earliest examples of a garden folly in England.
  4. Picturesque Radnor Gardens in Twickenham features a beautiful riverside walk along the Thames, providing a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of London.
  5. Strawberry Hill House is a stunning Gothic revival villa in Twickenham built by author Horace Walpole. It’s known for its eccentric architecture and beautiful gardens.
  6. Beer enthusiasts can enjoy locally brewed craft beers at the Twickenham Fine Ales brewery, established in 2004. The brewery offer a variety of delicious ales, including the popular “Naked Ladies” beer.
  7. Twickenham has several historic riverside pubs, such as The White Swan and The Barmy Arms, where you can enjoy a pint while watching the scenic views of the Thames.
  8. The Strawberry Hill Music and Fun Day is an annual community event in Twickenham combining live music, family-friendly activities, and delicious food. The festival draws visitors from near and far.
  9. One of the last remaining operational ferries on the River Thames, the Twickenham Ferry, offers a unique way to cross the river, connecting Twickenham with Ham House in Richmond.