At Wanna Drive Well we try to cover as many areas as possible. However, there are areas certain areas that we just can't simply deliver driving lessons on, for example, it may be too far out from where we are located. In this case, it wouldn't be financially viable from a business sense to travel so far out of our area as this would lead to extra costs in fuel and travelling time. If you're unsure as to whether or not we can cover your area, then probably the best thing to do is to get in touch with us.


Have a look at our "Driving Schools Near Me" map below and see if we cover your area? If there's an area near you that you're unsure about as to whether or not we cover then just simply get in touch with us and ask. As our driving school is expanding, we are aiming to expand our coverage so hopefully you can learn to drive with us.

driving instructors in swansea

Here is a list of all the postcodes we cover.
We cover the following postcodes SA1, SA2, SA4, SA5, SA6, SA7, SA8, SA10, SA11, SA12, SA13, SA14, SA15, CF31 & CF36

Where will I take my driving test?
The closest driving test centre is located in Swansea at this address:

    DVSA Driving Test Centre Swansea
    Langdon Rd
    Port Tennant
    SA1 1LY

DVSA driving test enquiries and booking support:

    Telephone: 0300 200 1122 (English)
    Telephone: 0300 200 1133 (Welsh)
    Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm

Which car do I use for my driving test? Normally, you would use your driving instructors car for your driving test. After all, this is the car that you've been taking your driving lessons in so it makes sense to do this. However, if you've been taking your driving lessons in your own car, then you can use your own car for your driving test if you wish. Your driving instructor will advise you on this. If you do use your own car fro your driving test, then you must display L Plates to the front and rear of your vehicle and you must also have an interior mirror for the Driving Examniner to use. It goes without saying that your car must meet all of the legal requirements and have the correct level of insurance if you are using your own car for your driving test.

How long does the test last? The test lasts approximately 40 minutes and will start and finish at the test centre. You are allowed to take your driving instructor with you on your driving test. The driving examiner will usually ask you this question at the beginning of your test. If you decide to take your driving instructor with you, they will sit in the back and are not allowed to help you in anyway. If they do, then the driving examiner could stop the test and this will be deemed as an automatic fail. It's not compulsory to have your driving instructor sat in the back on your driving test, this is your choice. At the end of your driving test, the driving examiner will ask you if you want your driving instructor or accompanying driver to listen to the debrief at the end of your test. Again, this is you choice and you can say yes or no. On most occassions, it's beneficial to have your driving instructor to listen into the debrief because they can then listen to the feedback you'll receive from the driving examiner and give you any guidance after your test has finished.

You can use these following links to book either your practical driving test or you theory and hazard perception test:
Theory and Hazard Perception online booking:
Book your theory test here
Theory and Hazard Perception online booking:
Book your driving test here

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