Bury St Edmunds Driving Test Centre

Provided are contact details for Bury St Edmunds Driving Test Centre, test route tips, test booking information and help passing the driving test in Bury St Edmunds.


Practical Driving Test Centre Address
Triton House
St Andrews Street North 

Bury St Edmunds

IP33 1TJ

Test Centre Details:  Triton House entrance ‘E’ – Four steps for access to Bury St Edmunds driving test centre. Special arrangements will be made for candidates with mobility impairment. Please park in the public car park opposite the fire station. Designated spaces are at the bottom of the car park down to the left. No toilets are available.
Test Centre Provides Tests For: Car, Taxi, Motorcycle module 2


Bury St Edmunds Driving Test Centre in Suffolk is located in busy town areas where roundabouts, mini roundabouts, junctions, crossroads and one-way-systems will be present on the driving test. Narrow residential street are likely to feature providing hazardous conditions due to constraints in road widths and oncoming traffic.

Studying for the practical test by visiting the driving test tutorials sections for help and guides on these traffic systems, plus using a good Suffolk driving school should ensure you stand the best possible chance of passing the test first time.

High speed ‘A’ roads such as the A1302 and dual carriageway A14 are likely to feature. A good understanding of oncoming traffic speeds is essential to join such roads.

To gain a better understanding of the various road types and traffic systems that you are likely to encounter during your test from Bury St Edmunds Driving Test Centre, visit our driving test routes section.


Try if possible to avoid booking your test during peak traffic times. Rush hour traffic can be problematic for learner drivers taking their test. Certain test centres also offer Saturday test bookings, though at a slightly higher cost. Driving tests cannot be booked through the test centres directly. To book a driving test, there are 2 options; by phone or online.

Book a driving test by phone
To book a practical driving test at the Bury St Edmunds driving test centres by phone, the book a driving test section provides all contact information including telephone numbers for test bookings. The DVSA (previously the Driving Standards Agency DSA) telephone number is an automated test booking line. A DVSA assistant can offer help via the options given. Note; practical driving tests cannot be booked through test centres directly.

Book your driving test online
To book your driving test online for Bury St Edmunds Driving Test Centre, see the book a driving test section for all DVSA contact information.

Rescheduling or cancelling driving test
To gain a full refund for the driving test at Bury St Edmunds, cancellations must be made at least 3 working in advance of the test date. The same conditions apply for rescheduling if you wish to change the date. The above contact details can be used for these methods.


Driving test pass rates vary considerably depending on which test centre your practical is taken at. Browse the driving test pass rates section for information on your UK DVSA test centre pass rates.


Bury St Edmunds Driving Test Centre telephone number may be either located on this page or via the driving test centre contact numbers section. Practical tests cannot be booked via these numbers and should only be used to contact the test centre manager for any concerns or issues you may have regarding your test.


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 3 reviews
 by Dylan

I was driving with the examiner and my instructor in the car everything was fine until I reached to the A14 Newmarket slip road where I drove up at 50 mph I looked through the blind spot and saw both lanes used and an car is overtaking a lorry on the right lane at around 60-70 mph. I decided to slow down to let them pass first and join behind them. Then the examiner for no for saken reason took my steering wheel and told me to add speed up and over take the car and lorry on both lane. When it is clearly dangerous to do when I am on a slip road and trying to overtake on coming traffic on main road. The cars on both lanes was about 2 seconds behind me, i also haven’t signalled out of slip road so I don’t know what the examiner thinks you can actually go on to the dual carriageway safely when both lanes are taken and very close to pass me, it would be much safer to slow down and join in when they get passed. There was no cars behind me or the two lanes only there was two vehicles on the both lanes. Even my instructor said that it was very dangerous and unsafe to do that and should not do that to the examiner but the examiner said “Well you have no right to judge me, and just for that your student has failed.” I failed the first exam at bury st Edmunds with this old man examiner who took my wheel and told me to speed up into a dual carriageway where both lanes are used, I was put to danger due to this bad examiner. My instructors car has a camera but unfortunately it cannot take videos inside, so if we were to complain him to court I think we would barely win. Any ways I took my second time 10 days later at Ipswich and passed with no errors and the examiner was polite and doesn’t take your steering wheel and place you into danger.
If this review helps you then remember to tell others to beware the old man examiner at bury st Edmunds, take the exam somewhere else or avoid the old man he was also rude as well wasn’t very DVLA professional as some people call it. This is just my case but may not be everyone else’s, they may not have occurred to the same problem as me.
Thank you for reading

 by Lisa S

I had my driving test yesterday and my examiner was super friendly. I was really full of test nerves and my glasses kept steaming up on the day. Andrew B spent some time giving me advice on how to stop the steaming up and this really put me at ease. If you train hard and don't drive badly you will pass!

 by Heidi

Don't do your test here unless you know Bury St Edmunds well! Did my test during rush hour, and examiner criticised me for going the incorrect way, despite the DVLA stating that this isn't going to affect the test results! Examiner was incredibly rude and blunt, and it was clear from the minute I pulled out of the test centre to start my test he already wanted me to fail. He had no manners or etiquette and given other test centres with better passing rates (and less vile examiners) aren't too far, would 100% recommend choosing to go there instead.