Featherstone LGV Driving Test Centre

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


Practical Driving Test Centre Address
Cat & Kittens Lane
Featherstone Lane 

West Midlands

WV10 7JD

Test Centre Details:  Stepped access to test centre. Arrangements will be made if you have a disability. Male and female toilets available at Featherstone driving test centre. There are no parking spaces at this centre.
Test Centre Provides Tests For: Car, Lorries, large vehicles and buses, Approved driving instructor part 2

THE DRIVING TEST at Featherstone

Featherstone Driving Test Centre is likely to incorporate a diverse selection of road types. Rural roads are likely to be part of the practical test. The Featherstone driving test routes incorporate ‘A’ roads such as the A325 and A327.

The driving examiner will be testing your ability at busy roads systems such as crossroads, roundabouts and various junction types. By browsing the Featherstone driving test routes section, you will gain a good understanding on the various road types and traffic systems that the examiner will take you on.


Available are two options for booking the practical driving test.

Book a driving test by phone
The book a driving test section contains the DVSA telephone numbers for booking a practical driving test at Featherstone driving test centres by phone. This telephone number directs you to an automated test booking line, although if you browse the option you can talk to a assistant.

Book your driving test online
Often the preferable method to book a driving test at Featherstone LGV Driving Test Centre is via the internet. This option displays to you all the available test slots allowing you to choose a time and day that is suitable for you.

Rescheduling or cancelling the driving test
3 working days notice is required to cancel the driving test at Featherstone if you require a full refund. The same conditions apply if you wish to reschedule. Cancellations and rescheduling can be done via the contact details above.

Featherstone LGV Driving Test Centre
Featherstone LGV Driving Test Centre


Driving test pass rate statistics 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.


You can call a practical driving test centre to inform them that you may be late. An examiner will typically wait for around 5 minutes for you to arrive before cancelling the test. Or the test centre manager can be contacted to see if a test is still going ahead, usually due to bad weather.  See driving tests in bad weather for further information.

Test centres cannot be contacted directly to book or amend tests however, and this must be done via the DVSA (as above). Featherstone Driving Test Centre may be listed in the driving test centre contact numbers section.


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 25 reviews
 by Ginger

Just taken my hgv at this centre passed 1st time. But I must say my examiner BOB needs to retire he was the most rudest person I’ve met not congratulations you’ve passed but you need a rocket up your arse driving like that good luck getting a job driving like that. Would not wish him on anybody who’s about to take there test.Avoid at all costs

 by Top87

Avoid that test center ,they are like MAFIA.;(

 by Simon

I'm not here to berate professional driving examiners doing their jobs under incredibly difficult circumstances or to blame others for not passing the two drivings tests that I have now failed here. If you put other road users in danger or you cause serious problems on the road, then you won't pass, even if that is far easier said than done when your life is falling apart, you're barely holding it together and you desperately need that driving licence so that you can finally move house, get that job or drive your pregnant wife to hospital, or whatever other vitally important reason you may have. Would you prefer it they passed you and then you had an accident the following week? That really could ruin your life. I get that driving examiners see failing people who make serious or dangerous driving faults as a kindness, and yes, it sort of makes sense.

But...if you're finishing a 40 minute test 10 or 20 minutes in, because the candidate has already failed, and there's nothing to be gaining prolonging their suffering, but they've booked that time & have been waiting for it for months on end, then the least a human being could do is spend the remaining time helping the candidate understand what happened, why it was so important, and to reassure them that with a little time and practice in key areas, they could pass on their next attempt, and not to give up hope etc.

*That* is my complaint, not the decisions the examiners have made, which were harsh, but arguably fair, but rather the utter cold blooded indifference with which they've made it. Humanity is not what I've seen at Featherstone. In my last test, I got the strong impression that she could not wait to get rid of me. I had a 40 minute test booked, which was over in 25 minutes. I pulled up besides the car I was due to parallel park behind, a car tailgated me, I stuck my own car in reverse gear, and no sooner had my foot found the bite point of the clutch, she'd already pointed out my mistake (I'd forgotten to indicate left); straight back to the test centre it was. She must have had at least ten minutes of time before she needed to prepare for the next test to just say something, anything besides 'x y & z happened, and you've failed', and literally just getting out the car & leaving me there, with not a hint of compassion whatsoever. I get that you do this every day, and that we're just numbers to you, but if you've already had a driver's licence for decades, then I'm sorry, but you DO NOT understand the misery that this backlog has caused learner drivers. Lives are being ruined by this crisis, and literally all you care about is ticking boxes, recording statistics finishing up early so that you can go home.

Prove me wrong, please, I beg you, because truly, if you care, at all, about the lives that are in your hands on a daily basis, then you've got a damn funny way of showing it.

 by Terry

Never ever use Featherstone as an LGV test centre. My examiner; who I understand retired, but is now working part time is a complete joke. On my first attempt shouted 'stop' in the lane near centre, when a bus was 400 yards away, no danger to anyone & we were travelling at 10 mph !! Second attempt, 3 weeks later with the same idiot, who lost track of the 'independent driving' & started advising directions, & then 10 minutes later stated 'independent driving' was over !! failed again due to too many minors...waste of time/money.
I was assessed by three instructors with over 80 years combined experience, who were critical & professional during my class 2 training, advising that I was a safe, competent & careful driver. Our Country needs LGV drivers, but I will not be one of them.

 by Jaime

I can't speak for anyone else's personal experiences or similarly how exaggerated the reviews may be. I passed my Class 1 first time today with examiner Mark Goodwin. The minor faults that I did receive I can fully understand and see how I could have done it differently. Yes some examiners out there may be a -little- more forgiving on marking but end of the day, you just get lucky if you happen to get one of those. Do everything as you're meant to and you won't fail.

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