Tottenham Driving Test Centre

Provided are contact details for Tottenham Driving Test Centre, test route tips, test booking information and help passing the driving test in Greater London.


Practical Driving Test Centre Address
Tottenham Annex Building
Selby Centre, Selby Road
Greater London
N17 8JL

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 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.

Tottenham Driving Test Centre
Tottenham Driving Test Centre

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.


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.


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.


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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 32 reviews
 by o

I was taken back by the way my examiner created such an uncomfortable environment to drive in. I was ignored on two occasions when I tried to speak to him which just created a very hostile environment to drive in, especially when tests can be nerve racking. I would not book my test as this test center if I had my time again.

 by s

i had my test at tottenham it started off well did my reverse manoeuvre good but then the driver examiner forgot his name asian guy with beard had hayfever and was half awake swear he dozed off twice whilst i was driving and he told me to drive independently, didnt use sat nav or he gave me questions show me tell me so cdirection from him so he said head towards edmonton east upon reaching the great cambridge roundabout i slip up entering find then i guest didnt drive in the 3rd late lane to go around to edmonton east not the forth lane that had the marking edm east upon realising when i got home google search the round about, and he reroute me back to the test center upon that he breaks the emergency stop cause he said has entering i was driving in the red gate which i drove soon many times in that test center without a problem which he gave some explanation about section act and all sorts but pretty much didnt think i got a good examiner they set you to fail and make mistakes cause i drove find independently, my instructor couldnt make sense to what he was explanation was disappointed in myself caused i tried you know was prepared ,late nights etc and my theory is running out soon and i m pregnant wanted to get it over with cause paying for fast track and instructor is alot of money and this examiner found his job easy to do that but will not give up even if it means starting all over again

 by Sarah

I had examiner called vdem he was fantastic calmed my nerves, very reassuring and composed. I passed the second time Great cambridge roundabout is a piece of cake

 by T

The examiner njie was very rude and disrespectful towards me during my test. I understand we all need to be safe whilst driving but the way I was rushed into doing things was awful. I’ve never felt so uncomfortable in a test. As a team I think examiners should consider peoples feelings instead of talking to candidates anyhow. I was honestly not pleased to have such a disrespectful examiner very bad aura.

 by S

My third test but first in Tottenham. My examiner was Miz who instantly made me feel calm. He answered any questions I had and was extremely fair with his marking. Thankfully I passed but I couldn't have done it if I didn't have an examiner as kind and friendly as Miz - he deserves special recognition for his great work.

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