Driving Lessons Walsall

5 Walsall driving instructors found in the Walsall area.

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

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.

Walsall’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is lower than the national average sitting at 39.5%.

The test centres in Walsall are Kingstanding which has a pass rate of 37.9%, Wednesbury at 34.7%, Sutton Coldfield with 40.5% and Wolverhampton at 39.5%

The nearest additional driving test centres for Walsall are Featherstone at 38.8%, South Yardley with 32.8%, Garretts Green with 41.9%, and Lichfield which has a higher pass rate of 47.2%.

Walsall’s Practical Driving Test Centres

  • Featherston, (Walsall), Driving Test Centre Featherston LGV, Cat & Kitten Lane, Featherstone, WV10 7JD
  • Garretts Green, Birmingham (Walsall), Granby Avenue, Garretts Green, Birmingham B33 0SD
  • Kingstanding, Birmingham, (Walsall), 205 Birdbrook Road Kingsatnding, Birmingham B44 9UL
  • Lichfield, (Walsall), (wheelchair accessible), Lower Sanford Street, Lichfield WS13 6RB
  • Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham (Walsall), 110 – 116 Boldmere Road, Sutton Coldfield B73 5UB
  • South Yardley, Birmingham (Walsall), (Wheelchair accessible), Clay Lane, South Yardley B26 1EA
  • Wolverhampton, (Walsall), Spring Road, Srping Road Industrial Estate, Ettingshal, Wolverhampton WV4 6JX
  • Wednesbury, (Walsall), Knowles Street, Wednesbury, WS10 9HN

Walsall’s Theory Test Centres

  • Birmingham, (Walsall), First Floor, 155 Great Charles Street, Queensway, Birmingham B3 3LP
  • Dudley, (Walsall), Lower Ground Floor, Trafalgar House, 47 – 49 Kings Street, Dudley DY2 8PS
  • Sutton Coldfield, (Walsall), Ground Floor, 31 – 33 Birmingham Road, Sutton Coldfield B72 1QE

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Walsall – did you know?

  1. Looking for leather? Walsall’s the place to go, it’s known as the leather capital of the UK. The Leather Museum details the fascinating industry that started in Victorian times
  2. Walsall has their very own Florence Nightingale. Sister Dora was a heroic nurse and nun who’s compassionate nature has been commemorated with a statue.
  3. Walsall has a black marble statue of Lady Dianna wearing a white dress and tiara. The spooky statue divided opinions and has ended up being placed outside a Walsall funeral parlour.
  4. Sophia’s Italian restaurant is the place in Walsall for a celebration. At the height of it’s popularity, the restaurant was popular with footballers and celebrities.
  5. Walsall began as a small Saxon village. The name of the village means Celt’s Valley. In the 13th Century, the village developed into a small market town.
  6. Up until the 19th Century, Walsall had a thriving coal industry. When the coal mines ran dry the leather trade began to boom giving Walsall it’s famed status.
  7. Walsall’s arboretum has it’s own Blackpool style illuminations. They’re known as the Walsall illuminations and the pride of the town.
  8. Walsall is part of the black country that gets it’s name from the colour of the soil, the coal that ran through the area and the disastrous passage of the Plague.
  9. The industrial Revolution saw Walsall grow from a small-ish village of around 10,000 inhabitants to a population of 86,000 by 1901.
  10. Walsall used to have so many different trades and guides that it was known as the town with a hundred trades at the beginning of the 20th