Birmingham Theory Test Centre
Birmingham Theory Test Centre AddressGround Floor
The McLaren Building
38 Dale End
Driving Theory Test Centres in Birmingham
Birmingham is a city in England. It is located in the West Midlands region. It is the capital of the West Midlands Metropolitan Borough. It is bordered by Coventry to the north-east, Wolverhampton to the west, Walsall to the south-west, Sandwell to the south-east, Stoke-on-Trent to the east and Staffordshire to the north.
Arriving at Birmingham Theory Test Centre
By public transport, if you want to go to Birmingham, there are many different ways to get there. You can take a train or a bus. A train station is located near the test centre. A bus stop is also nearby.
You should take the bus if you want to pass this test. There are two bus stops near the testing center. Take the bus to the Old Square bus stop if you want to go north, and to the Ryder Street bus stop if you want south.
Last, but certainly not least. You could also take the train to the test centre. Get your taxi driver or friend to stick B4 7JN into a satnav and then follow the directions. Dale Road is just off the James W. Queenway.
You should leave yourself plenty of time to arrive at your destination. Traffic is likely to cause some delay.
Parking True to form, this test centre doesn't provide parking spaces. There aren't any near by but, we're not lying, the most convenient one is going to see your wallet take a lot of beating… There is a big car park just across the road from the test centre. You might think about paying £7.80 for two hours of parking. But if you are feeling flush, there is another option. Just five minutes away there is the Birmingham Londonderry House car park. This one costs £2.60 for two hours.
Pass Rates by Year
We're not going to lie. The pass rate is high, but we've seen this before. Don't write the test centre off just yet. You'll get the same score everywhere you go. Passing the test is down to your personal preparation.
Guides and Tips
Traffic signs, potential hazards and rules about driving are important. Practice tests online or sorted games are fun.
You'll be tested on your knowledge of road signs and traffic laws. Your driving skills will also be evaluated. You'll even get an idea about what you should expect on the day of the test.
Don't spend the day before the theory test sitting in traffic, or worrying about train delays. Book yourself into a nearby hotel, the night before you arrive. This might sound a little bit crazy, but trust us: Sleep is one of the best ways to relieve stress and ensure a good night's rest.
Cheap, cheerful and reliable - you know where you stand at a Travelodge. From here it's only a 5 minute walk to the theory test centres, making it both affordable, and convenient. If that isn't enough to convince you - you'll get a big comfortable bed, your own TV, and the option of a discount parking spot at the nearest Car Park.
A Holiday Inn Express is located within easy reach of the testing center. It offers a generous amount of amenities including a pillow menu.
The Clayton Hotel is an elegant hotel located near the test center. It offers grand rooms decorated with lavish furnishings and luxury amenities.
Places to Celebrate
Whatever the outcome, be sure you end your theory test day with a bang! While in town, why don't you sample some of the local delicacies? Below are a few places that are definitely worth visiting. To enjoy a swift pints in a lovely traditional pub you don't even need to stray far from the testing centre. This Victorian hotel & ale house is only a few minutes away. The Crown provides a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy an excellent pint.
This place offers a wide range of drinks including ales, gins, and cocktails. You can choose from many different varieties of drinks. There is also a gin parlor upstairs if you want to try something new.
This bar is located next door to the test centre. You should go there to listen to some cool music.
What Happens Next?
Birmingham theory test centre is a great place to study because it has many facilities and services. There are also many opportunities to meet new people. However, there are always problems with traffic and low pass rates.
Birmingham locals have plenty of choices when it comes to practical tests. You should book your test as soon you can to avoid a long wait.
Birmingham (Garretts green), Birmingham (Kings Heath), Birmingham (Kingstanding), Birmingham (Shirley), Birmingham (South Yardley), Birmingham (The Pavilion), Birmingham (Sutton Coldfeld). Try not to get overwhelmed. Our linked guides should help you choose a course. Still working on earning a theory certificate? Lots of people don't manage first time, so it isn't a big deal. Book a new test, leaving at least three working days, and revise the areas that you found hard.
Birmingham Theory Test Centre Directions
Car. The venue is just off the Queensway (A440) in the west of the city centre. It is easy to get to by road or rail. There are plenty of parking options near the venue.
Lower Lionel Street Car Park
This parking lot is open 24/7, 7 days a week. Parking rates vary depending on the weekday or weekend. There are discounts for extended stays.
Cash and card payments are accepted, and you can also pay by phone using the PayByPhone service. You can reach the venue by calling 0330 400 7275 or texting 65565, quoting the location code 7960.
Great Charles Street
There are two parking facilities nearby. One is free, while the other charges money. You can use cash or your smartphone to pay for parking.
This car park is located just near the Lower Lionel Street site, therefore, please follow the onwards traffic guidance above. More information about this car park.
There are several bus stops near the test centre, but the most convenient ones are on Priory Queensway & Old Square.
The nearest train station to the testing center is Snow Hill. The train station is located in Colmore Row, Birmingham. The address is: Birmingham Snowhill Train Station, Colmore Row, Birmingham West Midlands B3 2BJ.
Old Test Centre is located in Colmore Row. It is near Birmingham New Street Station. It is also close to Birmingham Snow Hill Station. It is about 10 minutes away by car.
You need to pay more than £10 to park your car near the test centre. There is cheaper parking nearby.
There are two ways to get to the test centre - by car or by bus. The train station is located nearby. The buses stop at the train station. The buses take about 10 minutes to get there. The buses are more expensive than the trains.
Birmingham Theory Test Centre Phone Number
You should call the DVSA if you want to book your theory test. Their phone number is 0300 200 1122. Opening hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
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