Tottenham Driving Test Centre
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TEST CENTRE CONTACT DETAILS
Practical Driving Test Centre Address
Tottenham Annex Building
Selby Centre, Selby Road
Test Centre Details: When arriving for your test appointment, please park in the designated bays situated close to the Annex building and report to the entrance lobby. Please do not arrive more than ten minutes before your test appointment as this will impede test candidates with appointments prior to yours. No practicing on site.
Facilities: Male and female toilets are available.
Test Centre Provides Tests For: Car
THE DRIVING TEST IN Tottenham
The driving test from Tottenham will feature predominately urban driving, starting off from a residential area – relatively quiet streets ideal for test manoeuvres and the emergency stop procedure.
Further outside of the test centre, roads become busier with multi-lane roundabouts, busy junctions and crossroads. Based on the test centre location, the 40 minute driving test is likely to include dual carriageway sections such as the A10 or the North Circular. Around 20 minutes of independent driving will also be included in the test.
Though knowing each and every section of the Tottenham driving test routes isn’t necessary, examiners choose specific roads and routes to test candidates to the highest level. Sections of these routes are often challenging, so choosing a good driving instructor who knows the difficult areas may prove beneficial.
BOOKING A DRIVING TEST AT Tottenham DRIVING TEST CENTRE
There are two methods for booking a driving test, both of which are detailed below. During the booking process, you’ll be asked for information from your theory pass certificate and your provisional driving licence.
Book a driving test by phone
The telephone booking service is automated, though if required a member of the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) staff can be reached. The book a driving test section details the process and telephone numbers needed to book a test at Tottenham Driving Test Centre.
Book your driving test online
Booking your test online is often the preferred option as free test slots are shown on-screen. To make a test booking at Tottenham Driving Test Centre, see the book a driving test section.
Rescheduling or cancelling the driving test
Driving Tests can be rescheduled or cancelled. Changing your driving test date can be done providing three working days’ notice is given. To cancel your test and receive a full refund from DVSA bookings, three working days’ notice must also be provided. Saturdays are also classed as a working day.
Tottenham DRIVING TEST CENTRE PASS RATES
Driving test pass rates vary based on location of test centre. This is usually due to the difficulty of routes and traffic density. The driving test pass rates section may show driving test pass rate statistics for your practical test centre.
Tottenham TEST CENTRE TELEPHONE NUMBER
If you wish to book, cancel or reschedule a driving test, this must be done via the DVSA methods as detailed above. Direct contact with test centres must only be made if you have a question in direct relation to your test. This may be if it is still going ahead due to bad weather for example. (see driving tests in bad weather for further information).
Your test centre contact telephone details (including Tottenham Driving Test Centre) may be located driving test centre contact numbers section.
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Had my fist attempt at 11:11am Wed with with examiner NJ. He is very good, gave me clear directions. Did bay parking in the beginning, I did it perfectly. The test route was manic tho. There was an arguement between two drivers on the White hart line turning left outside of the test centre, all cars are blocked. We had to ignore the Sat Nav and went straight ahead. Made a dangerous fault joining A406 from Bull ln. It was very busy and I waited for a while, the car was signal left on my right so I thought he was taking the exit out and I was okay to go. But he cancelled the signal and my examiner braked for me. He told me after the test that he also thought the car was taking the exit but I should have did a final check to the left before I join. Then there are a lot of meetings on the road (It's very busy during my test), at some point I was giving way to oncoming traffic and had to squize between two parked cars. My car was too closed to the front one when I was moving off, it was okay for me to move off tho and he didn't do anythong. It still counted as a serious fault..
Well, well, today is not my day. I will do better next time.
Third time lucky I finally passed with 3 minors. Had my test yesterday with Patrick and he was so relaxed which had helped a lot with my driving. Even before my test I was greeted by other examiners, I felt welcomed. Never had this treatment before as the last two I went to Wood Green they seem miserable and unbothered. Good Luck to everyone and just remain calm.
Just pass my test this morning in Selby Driving Test Centre. Miz was really friendly and made me feel comfortable in the car for the whole time.I pass my test with Johnnie's Driving school.Best instructor in North London.
I had examiner called nj first the test was 1 hour long and he used 2 test routes I had second today and while am checking my shoulder his write down something and when am parking his not paying attention too me and he gives me directions every late and at end test his moaning instead giving me advice
Avoid this test centre. Very harsh examiners. If you go after 8am it's certain they'll take you to the great Cambridge roundabout. I had two tests with different examiners and they failed me for different reasons one had already made a decision half way down the test when i checked they are easy to judge and are unfair.