Goodmayes Practical Driving Test Centre
Goodmayes Practical Driving Test Centre address
Goodmayes test centre is located just off the busy High Street. The test centre has a small car park which is used for bay parking. Due to the size of the car park at Goodmayes it is advisable not to arrive at the test centre until around 10 minutes before your test. There is more emphasis on dual carriageway driving than country lanes. Areas covered by the test routes can include Goodmayes, Ilford, Barking, Dagenham, Hainault, Chadwell Heath and Gants Hill. Dual carriageway includes A12 A13 A406, Vallance Ave, Longbridge Rd.
98 Goodmayes Road
Frequently Asked Questions
What documents do i need to take to my practical test?
You need to bring your driving licence - the photocard.
If you have an old-style paper licence, you must take your signed driving licence and a valid passport. No other form of photographic identification will be accepted.
Find your lost theory test pass certificate number
You can find your theory test pass certificate number if you’ve lost your original letter - you’ll need it when you book your practical test, and might need it if you change or cancel your practical test.
You’ll need your
- Great Britain or Northern Ireland provisional driving licence number
- email address to get your booking confirmation - you can’t book online if you don’t have one
Practical test booking online
Book your driving test, check, Change the date of your practical driving test or Cancel your practical driving test
Book your practical test from £62 using this official theory test booking service - you'll need your provisional
licence number and an email address to book online
Book by telephone
DVSA practical test bookings
Telephone: 0300 200 1122
Welsh language: 0300 200 1133
Textphone: 0300 200 1166
Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm
Reading for the multiple-choice part
To prepare for the practical driving test you should use 3 books known as the ‘source material’.
You can buy all the publications from most high street book shops and download the ‘Know your traffic signs’ booklet