Kirkham LGV Driving Test Centre

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


Practical Driving Test Centre Address
Freckleton Lane


Test Centre Details:  Test centre has male only toilets. No test candidate car parking facilities. No wheelchair access. Special arrangements will be made to wheelchair users.
Test Centre Provides Tests For: Lorries, large vehicles and buses, Car and trailers, Motorcycle Module 1


Kirkham Driving Test Centre is situated around rural roads where bends may be difficult to navigate due to oncoming vehicles. Small village roads may have narrow and difficult areas which is a common area to fail driving test. A roads are also present.

Test routes are available for many of the test centres and may include Kirkham driving test routes. Viewing the test routes provide test candidates with an insight into the various types of roads and traffic systems they’re likely to encounter.


Test candidates taking their practical may benefit from booking a driving test around the quietest times of day. Peak traffic times (rush hour) often makes for a more stressful test. To book your practical driving test, see the available options below.

Book a driving test by phone
All practical driving tests are booked via the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), and can be booked by telephone. To book a test at Kirkham LGV Driving Test Centre, see the book a driving test section for booking contact telephone numbers. This is an automated service, though a DVSA assistant can be reached by following the options provided.

Book your driving test online
The most popular method for booking a practical test is via the internet. Upon making a booking, the available times and dates will be displayed for your chosen test centre. To make a test booking at Kirkham LGV 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.

Kirkham LGV Driving Test Centre
Kirkham LGV Driving Test Centre


Pass rates vary from each test centre, often due to the difficulty of the test routes. Some test candidates choose a test centre outside of their location due to the type roads that are taken on the test. The driving test pass rates section may show driving test pass rate statistics for your practical test centre.


Practical driving test centres can be contacted for various reasons including to see whether a scheduled test is going ahead due to bad weather for example (See driving tests in bad weather for further information), or to inform the test centre manager that you may be running late. Driving tests cannot be booked or rescheduled via test centres.

This can only be done via the DVSA. The Kirkham Driving Test Centre contact telephone number may be located within the driving test centre contact numbers section or obtained from your driving test confirmation letter or email.


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 16 reviews
 by chris

horrible place to take a test, had two test there one was with a big older lady & other was big older guy (brian) i thing both had really bad attitude & both give no real explanation for failing,.. stinking attitudes. funny both test where on friday afternoons, must have passed to many early in week i suppose. book anywhere but here

 by Graham

I would give 0 stars if it was possible, Brian was the most obnoxious person i have ever met in my 66 years on this planet, i was there to take my MOD1 motorcycle test and he was a complete disgrace firstly completely blanking me when i said good morning then during the test shouting at me "well turn your engine off then" after i asked him to repeat himself because i couldn't hear him, he gave me the impression that he didn't want me to pass, I re took my test at Blackburn and the staff were extremely helpful and polite, my advice if you're taking your motorcycle test is to avoid this place like the plague.

 by Emma

I wouldnt even give them one star... The bloke was down right rude and an utter disgrace of a human being. Avoid at all cost!!!

 by Anon

Brian failed me. annoying and was disputable but it is what it is. His attitude however is a different matter. From the very beginning it was beyond horrific. Rude, obnoxious and on a power trip, went out of his way to make me feel uncomfortable before I even got on the bike. . Was warned about him prior to coming down. It is a shame he is setting the precedence for your business in all honesty especially as it looks as a lot of people have already complained about him.

 by David

Brian failed me on Class 1 by making me take a left turn that was not on the Class 1 test route. It was an impossible turn (my instructor couldn’t even do it, after we went back to the area to test it), unless there was no traffic in the oncoming lanes as I turned, which of course there was. Donna Gammage herself told my instructor that it was not a Class 1 route. She said she would never take an artic onto that left turn.

He then failed me, at the second attempt, when a woman attempted to pull out on me on a roundabout. He said I left space for her to think about pulling out. What did that have to do with me? She has to give way, I was in the inside lane taking the second exit, clearly I couldn’t be right up against the kerb as I went round a roundabout? Scandalous.

I went elsewhere after that…

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