dvla theory test centre
dvla theory test centre
You do not need to take your booking confirmation to your theory test.
You need your UK driving licence number.
The station is approximately an 11 minute walk to the test centre, 0.5 miles away. The train station address is:
Greenock Central Train Station
The station is approximately 0.6 miles from the test centre, taking 12 minutes to walk.
The location of Peterborough Theory Test Centre for car, motorcycle and HGV/LGV candidates is:
Local driving test centres that we cover can be found below.
Sidcup Theory Test Centre
Planwell House, LEFA Business Park, Edgington Road,
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The Driving Theory Test is managed by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). You can contact them:
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Beware when booking your theory test over the internet. There are non-official web sites that book your test but charge a booking fee on top of the actual theory test fee. The current fee for the theory test is £31 and other than the cost of the actual test itself, the process of booking a test is free if using the official Directgov web site as above.
Please note; the theory test centre in Cambridge cannot be contacted directly unless a contact number has been provided by the DVSA.
The Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA) said it would release additional test slots at all test centres to help meet demand.
Demand also meant some applicants had to wait for more than an hour to be admitted to the booking service.
The service has been plagued by problems since the DVSA opened it up to the general public again in late August. After crashing under the weight of enquiries it was taken offline for maintenance. Since being reinstated, it has been flooded by hundreds of thousands of users trying to secure a date for their practical driving test.
The DVSA has reopened its driving test booking service, with nearly 400,000 new test appointments being made available.