Borehamwood is one of the most popular tourist destinations in north London, stretching from Elstree to the city centre and back again in the south-west. The A1 passes just east of the city and the A41 north of Watford takes you about two miles. The M25 motorway runs through Borehamwood on its way to the city centre, south of Elstree, and then onto the M1.
At the Hunton Bridge roundabout, take the second exit from the A41 into central London and change to the left lane of the a405. Keep left at the Y junction and then take the first exit from the roundabout for the studio tour. At the Y intersection, keep left and take a left fork that will take you to the right of I-405. Then take the first exits from this roundabout for a “studio tour.”
The town is on the Hertfordshire-Essex border, meaning attractions in neighbouring counties are not far away. You could always use some local knowledge from people who know the area, but it is not that hard to find them.
If you want to learn to drive in the Borehamwood area, DTC as always, want to make the whole learning experience as enjoyable and exciting as possible and help you learn as quickly and as pleasantly as possible. If you are an international driver than you don’t want to waste time taking driving lessons from mainstream driving schools who will treat you like a learner drive and expect you to take 30 plus lessons. Instead, you should consider hiring a dual control car accompanied by a driving instructor. DTC employers emergency driving instructors trained to get you through the practical test at Borehamwood or any other London test centres within days.
The address of Borehamwood driving test centre is Stirling Way, Borehamwood WD6 2HP, but you will not be able to walk in and book a practical test. This has to be done online.