Driving Lessons Worcester

4 Worcester driving instructors found in the Worcester area.

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

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.

Worcester’s Driving Test pass rate compared to other cities across the UK is lower than the national average, sitting at 49.7%.

The test centres in Worcester are Worcester which has a pass rate of 49.7%, Redditch with 45.4%, Kings Heath with 44.0%, and Dudley with 42.0%.

The nearest additional driving test centres for Worcester are in Shirley with 49.8%, Cheltenham with 48.1%, Ludlow with 61.6% and Hereford which has a lower pass rate of 60.3%.

Worcester’s Practical Driving Test Centres

  • Cheltenham, (Worcester), Bishopsgate House, 94 All Saints Road, Cheltenham GL52 2HQ
  • Dudley, (Worcester), Newton House, The Pensnett Estate, Kingswinford, DY6 7YE
  • Kings Heath (Worcester), 955 Alcester Road South, Birmingham B14 5JA
  • Hereford, (Worcester), Driving Test Centre Hereford, 1 Faraday Road Westfield Trading Estate, Hereford HR4 NS
  • Ludlow, (Worcester), Unit 1, The Business Quarter, Eco Park Road, Ludlow SY8 1FD
  • Redditch, (Worcester), (wheelchair accessible), Elm Road, Redditch B97 6HJ
  • Shirley, (Worcester), 401 Stratford Road, Shirley, Solihull B90 4AA
  • South Yardley, (Worcester), Clay Lane, South Yardley B26 1EA
  • Wolverhampton, (Worcester), Spring Road, Srping Road Industrial Estate, Ettingshal, Wolverhampton WV4 6JX
  • Worcester, (Worcester), Stanier Road, Warndon, Worcester WR4 9FE

Worcester’s Theory Test Centres

  • Dudley, (Worcester), Lower Ground Floor, Trafalgar House, 47 – 49 Kings Street, Dudley DY2 8PS
  • Redditch, (Worcester), Second Floor, Grosvenor House, Prospect Hill, Redditch B97 4DL
  • Worcester, (Worcester),Third Floor, Haswell House, St Nicholas Street, Worcester WR1 1UN

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Worcester – did you know?

  1. King John, one of England’s most popular kings, bucked the trend of being buried in Westminster Cathedral and is instead buried in Worcester Cathedral.
  2. The final battle of England’s Civil War was fought in Worcester. The Battle of Worcester was between Oliver Cromwell’s New Model Army and King Charles I’s Cavaliers. Cromwell’s side won and the rest is history.
  3. Worcester sauce, an excellent accompaniment to any steak, was invented by two pharmacists. John Wheeley Lee and William Henry Perrins were inspired by the spices of the Bengal in India and combined them to create the now famous condiment. The sauce is said to be a favourite of the creators of Shrek and features in the third film of the Shrek series.
  4. The British Medical Association, recognised as one of the most reliable authorities on medical developments, medicines and treatments, was founded in Worcester by the Worcester Royal Infirmary in 1832.
  5. Worcester in Massachusetts, USA, features a mock medieval castle monument in acknowledgement of its namesake in the UK.
  6. Kit Harrington, the actor who played Jon Snow in “The Game of Thrones” TV series lived in Worcester from the age of 11 and thinks of the city as his home.
  7. The most popular belief about Worcester city’s name is that it is a combination of the Latin word ‘caster’ meaning castle and the Anglo-Saxon word ‘Wegeracaester’ meaning war castle.
  8. William Shakespeare made an honest woman of Anne Hathaway in 1952 by marrying her in Worcester at St Martin’s church.
  9. Britain’s longest river runs through Worcester. The River Severn runs right through the centre of the city. Gloucester and Bristol are built on the same river’s banks, further downstream.