Uxbridge Theory Test Centre

Detailed below provide the Uxbridge Pearson Professional Theory Test Centre contact address details, services offered and advice for booking and taking your theory test.

Driving Theory Test Centre Address
5-7 Pantil Walk
Pavilions Shopping Centre (opposite Argos)

Uxbridge
UB8 1LP

Toilets: No
Disabled access:
Translator Booth: No
Welsh Online: No
Tests Available: Car, motorcycle, lorries, buses and coaches

FINDING Uxbridge THEORY TEST CENTRE

Train stations and bus stations are often a short walk from most theory test centres.

Railway Station
Uxbridge Station
London Underground Ltd
High Street
Uxbridge
Greater London UB8 1JZ

Station telephone number: 0845 748 4950. Train station is approximately a 6 minute walk from Uxbridge Theory Test Centre.


Arriving by car: There is a multi-story car park available on site.
Keep going straight ahead crossing two busy roads and the Test Centre is the red brick building opposite the exhaust centre. Candidates should use the white glass door to the left of the main entrance. No parking facilities available.

BOOK A THEORY TEST AT Uxbridge THEORY TEST CENTRE

All you will need to make a theory test booking is your provisional driving licence, all you’ll need a few details from this. You can book the theory test via one of the two methods detailed below. The Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) are responsible for managing all theory test bookings and Pearson Professional conduct the theory tests. Whilst making a booking, be sure to mention if you have any reading or hearing difficulties as help is available during the test.

Book a theory test by telephone
Booking a theory test can be made via the automated telephone line. You do not need to speak to anyone although there is an option to speak to a DVSA member of staff should you have any concerns or questions. Theory test bookings can be made in Uxbridge by visiting the book a driving theory test section.

Book a theory test online
Booking a theory test via the internet is often the most popular due to the system displaying theory test time and date availability, allowing you to select a free slot. To book your theory test in Uxbridge, see the book a driving theory test section for all DVSA theory test booking information.

RESCHEDULING OR CANCELLING THE THEORY TEST

You are entitled to reschedule the theory test for an alternative date and time, or cancel the test to receive a full refund. Please allow for a minimum of three working days notice (including Saturdays) for either of these to be possible.

AFTER YOU HAVE BOOKED YOUR TEST

After you have completed your theory test booking, you’ll receive an e-mail from the DVSA. Check your junk mail in case you didn’t receive it. This e-mail will confirm the theory test date appointment and provide you with a reference number. Although not essential to take to the theory test centre, it’s advisable to print this e-mail to show to the centre staff if any problems arise.

ATTENDING THE THEORY TEST

To aid in avoiding any issues on your arrival to Uxbridge Theory Test Centre, bring along a printout of the confirmation e-mail you received from the DVSA. Please ensure you arrive at the test centre with your plastic photocard licence. The paper counterpart is no longer required. If you still retain the old style driving licence, this along with a suitable form of identification such as a valid passport must be taken. If you do not have a passport, you must apply for a new-style driving licence and take this with you.

Unless such items are taken, Uxbridge Theory Test Centre will be unable to conduct the test and you will lose your theory test booking fee. If you have misplaced your licence, contact the DVLA who will send you a replacement. See the learning to drive section for information on obtaining a new licence. Late arrivals to Uxbridge Theory Test Centre who miss the allotted time slot will be unable to sit the theory test and will also lose the booking test fee.

Uxbridge THEORY TEST CENTRE REVIEW

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 10 reviews
byTerrible on

Staff are rude and incompetent. They give your appointment away if your late by a few minutes.

byDon't go there on

Would give 0 if I could. The two ladies (one in particular with curly hair) is so rude for no apparent reason to everyone who does something wrong. Patronising and not what you need before going into a test especially if you have any form of anxiety.

byJaak on

Not good staff it's so rude special Indin woman and Pakistani bothes crazy

byAppalled on

I don't usually write reviews but due to my experience I felt compelled to do so. I travelled 13 miles across London for an 8am slot and arrived at 7.55. The man at the counter said 'what test are you here for? There's a massive queue already!' He effectively threw the rule sheet in my face and when I went to return it he said 'GET KN THE QUEUE'. Then when it was my turn I was standing just behind the line and he said 'can you get back!' Like it was some sort of war zone. Unreal frankly. And then, to make matters more abhorrent he said 'SWITCH YOUR PHONE OFF NOW'. They even check that they are off by grabbing them off you.

However the woman on the second reception area was more polite and I passed my test. However It did seem a bit much that they got me to turn around and prove that I didn't have pockets even though I was wearing leggings! The only consolation prize of going to this abomination of a test centre was that I passed. The man at the front desk who had been very rude virtually threw it in my face. It doesn't cost anything to be nice and I'm sure certain employees of this test centre would benefit from being reminded that being nice is better than being unkind. A very disgruntled customer

byAmber on

Ba****ds, I hope they drop dead.

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