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Located in East London, you will find Brentwood driving test centre amongst the busy town roads. Incorporated into the test routes will be roundabouts. This will range from small mini-roundabouts found in the residential roads to multilane roundabouts leading onto dual carriageways. A very good understanding roundabouts are required in order to pass a driving test at Brentwood.

Intensive Driving Courses Brentwood – Fast Roads

Earlier Driving Test dates Brentwood, LondonDuring the driving test, the examiner may take you out of Brentwood onto the rural country lanes. These roads can be hazardous due to the high speeds, narrow lanes and the unpredictable bends. High-speed ‘A’ roads such as the A1023 and the A128 may form part of the driving test.

When joining on to these ‘A’ roads is important that you adjust your speed to match the speed of the vehicle is already on the carriageway. Under no circumstances, must you force other traffic who has priority over you, to slow down, swerve or to stop.

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Address of Brentwood Practical Driving Test Centre 

Brentwood (London) DTC,
89 Warley Hill
CM14 5JN.

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There is a ramp access to Brentwood driving test centre for wheelchair users. Male and female toilets are also available. However, no car park is available at the test centre, although parking bays are available at the front of the test centre.


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Nearby driving test centres to Brentwood.Last Minute Driving Test Cancellations Brentwood

Hornchurch (London) driving test centre – Distance: 4.82 miles
Basildon driving test centre – Distance: 7.79 miles
Goodmayes (London) driving test centre – Distance: 8.67 miles
Erith (London) driving test centre – Distance: 9.44 miles
Chelmsford (Hanbury Road) – Distance: 10.19 miles


Driving Test Brentwood – Pass Rate

Last Minute Driving Test Cancellations Brentwood, LondonBrentwood (London) Driving test centre has a pass rate which is slightly higher than the UK average; its pass rate is 47%. In a 6 month period, the test centre had almost 1700 driving tests. Out of 1700, almost 800 of them passed their driving test.  On average, the test centre passes around 160 pupils each month, out of the 310 people who have a driving test there.


Driving lessons for the Accident Course may be organized by DTC UK. Both a theory and a practical test of the driving skills will be included, and the driving lessons are carried out either in an Automatic Double Control car, or in a Manual Training Car.

You can choose between 3 to 8 hours of lessons per day in Brentwood, for 1 to 2 weeks, should this be your requirement. Even if you need to pass your Theory Test anyway, our Intensive Driving School makes online Theory Help free, with more than 2500 practice questions and 135 Hazard Perception clips to assist with passing. If you already have your own practice test date, we can just arrange the lessons, if you would like. If you are prepared to travel, we are able to arrange tests in certain parts of the country in as little as 14 days, and will arrange for the arrangements necessary, though any extra costs of travel and accommodation would need to be met by you. If you would like the study process to be more like a sprint and less like a marathon, then try one of our Intensive Courses.

They are the fastest way to pass the tests and hit the road. You have taken hours of lessons, but you are still not prepared for the driving test that is coming up. Regardless of where you are on the road, a DTC-approved driving instructor can assist during these last weeks.

Towns you may come across during your Intensive Driving Courses in Brentwood –


Abridge is 10 miles north of Barking and is 20 miles from Central London. This is a small village which was there before the Second World War and has spread and grown quite rapidly since. St Mary’s and All Saints’ church, which is the parish church, is in a beautiful country setting. It dates back to 1100. The chapel of ease in the village was built in 1833.



Blackmore is a very old town with a lot of history – this is mainly because of its priory of Augustinian canons and the link it had with Henry VIII. Up until the 20th century Blackmore’s population remained at 600 and was known as a rural community. There has been a lot of modern development and has included the building of three estates and now all expansion has stopped. 



Bulphan sits on top of Thurrock and borders Basildon, Brentwood and Havering. When the railway arrived in East Horndon and Bulhpan started becoming a holiday place for Londoners, they brought plots and put up huts. During the Second World War, the majority of these families built more substantial homes and moved into the village permanently.



Buttsbury is a village in the Chelmsford district of Essex, England. The village itself dates back to the Saxon Times. The land was owned by a Saxon family named Bond or Bodis, the Saxon Settlement was known as Joyberd at Buttsbury.


Chigwell Row 

Chigwell Row is very very high and is above sea level which is 280 feet. You could see the fine views of Thames Valley before the area became so built up. It lies on the border of nearby Hainault Forest – a survival of the once extensive Royal Forest of Essex where the kings hunted as far back as Norman Times.


Childerditch & Little Warley 

Childerditch & Little Warley is a village situated south of Brentwood. Little Warley was known as Warley Parva and its name was changed to distinguish it from the neighbouring village of Warley. Childerditch was possibly named after the stream which runs through the village.The little church of All Saints and St Faith at Childerditch was rebuilt in 1869, the original church having been destroyed by fire. This older church is described as ‘having a steeple of brick at the bottom and timber above that, with a spire shingled’. The 14th century font escaped the fire and there is also an ancient lectern of uncertain age.



During the 1800s, Cranham’s children were taught at the parish’s expense in the schoolmistress’ cottage. A wooden building was then built for them and it was also used as a Sunday school and for evening classes. Between the 11th and 18th centuries the population of this village stayed at around 200. By 1931 it had passed 1,200, and in the next 20 years rose to just under 5,000. By 1961 that figure had increased three-fold! Now it becomes important that the Green Belt is not breached further, and that what remains of village life can survive.



Doddinghurst lies about four miles between Brentwood and Ongar.In 1876, Doddinghurst had a population of 426 which only consisted of a few cottages and some outlying farms. There  no pub but a Georgian three storey mansion for the priest and a large gabled brick house known as Doddinghurst Hall with farm buildings surrounding it. 


Fiddlers Hamlet 

This town lies 10 miles northwest of Brentwood which is in the parish of Theydon Garnon, which was once a hamlet of Epping. Till this day, the hamlet is still surrounded by farmland, but once this old scene had to be carved up for motorways. The countryside is still beautiful and is still admired; however, the sound of animals and birds are no longer all that can be heard.



Fryerning is one of the loveliest villages in Essex and is situated on a hill which is three quarters of a mile from Ingatestone. Although it stands as high as the village does, the main road is almost level with the top of the Ingatestone church tower. Strange though this may be, there are still three large ponds left. There were a few more but these have been filled in. The largest one left, always known as the Pond, was full of carp and roaches until it dried up in the warm summers of 1989-90.

In order to take one of our passes in a week course, you will need to hold a valid UK provisional driving license and have passed your theory test. If you do not have a practical test booked, don’t worry. Simply provide us with your driving license number along with your theory pass certificate number and we will get you a fast-track driving test – If you can need help to book your theory test, this can be arranged for you.

However, please remember that our semi-intensive driving course is designed for learners who have recently failed a practical driving test, international drivers, and those who are almost up to test standard. They are not suitable for the new beginner.

Start at the Brentwood Driving Test Centre
Warley Hill
Turn left
Crescent Road/ Kavanaghs Road
Take a left
Westwood Avenvue
Turn right
West Park Hill
End of the road, turn left
London Road
Traffic lights ahead
Brook Street
Traffic lights forward
Traffic lights turn left
Harold Court Road
Turn right
Church Road
End of the road, turn left
Avenue Road/ Station Road
Turn left at the end of the road
Gubbins Lane
Turn left
Oak Road
Athelstan Road
End of road, take a right
Shepherds Hill
Roundabout ahead
Squirrels Heath Road
Turn left
Redden Court Road
Turn right
Onto the slip road, turn left
Hall Lane
Right at the end of the road
Warley Road
End of the road, traffic lights left
Eagle Way
The Drive
Right at the roundabout
Warley Hill
Roundabout up ahead, turn left
Junction Road
Finally, arrive at the driving test centre


About us

DTCUK is a trading mark of Driving Test UK Limited. We are a privately owned family company with Head Offices in Croydon, London. Founded by Shakti Gadday, helping learner drivers get on the road since 1987, registered with the DVSA under ADI number 120120. We’ve been booking driving tests for over 8 years and have helped over 35,000 learners pass their test quicker.

We can either automatic book you an earlier driving test or consult your instructor first, if needed. This will save you £100s in driving lessons.

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