Sutton Coldfield Theory Test Centre
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Arriving at Sutton Coldfield Theory Test Centre
Those arriving by bus should get of at the Four Oaks Station Stop. As you may have work out, it's pretty close to the theory test centre. More information on the transportation links serving Sutton Coldfield, can be found on the Travel section of the Birmingham City council website. By car If you're driving to your theory test, its probably a good idea to let the driver know the postcode of the theory test centre (B74 22TZ), so that they can let the sat nav dictate the directions to the test centre. The centre is conveniently located on one of the major roads running through town (Lichfield Road). As soon as you reach this road, keep your eyes peeled for a large brick building.
There are two types of parking spaces in the Four Oaks Station Car Park. You can pay £1 for an hour or £2 for half an hour. This means that you need to make sure that you use the right type of ticket before leaving your car there.
There is a nearby car park called the Anchorage Road car park. This is accessible to everyone. However, there is a charge of £1.40 per hour.
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FINDING Sutton Coldfield THEORY TEST CENTRE
Booking a theory test online is often the most popular because it displays theory test times and dates, allowing you to choose a free slot. You can book a theory test in Sutton Coldfields by visiting the website.
RESCHEDULING OR CANCELLING THE THEORY TEST
AFTER YOU HAVE BOOKED YOUR TEST
ATTENDING THE THEORY TEST
You should arrive at the test centre well before the test slot time. If you lose your licence, you'll need to get a new one. Contact the DVLA who will then send you a replacement.
Sutton Coldfield THEORY TEST CENTRE REVIEW
Staff needs to learn how to smile. This place is horrible, the staff are not friendly or welcoming. They should be more polite.
There is no parking anywhere near this place. You need to park your car somewhere else and walk to the entrance. When you get inside, a man asks you to take off your shoes. Then he makes you stand in front of him while he looks at your eyes. He then tells you to put your hands on the wall and turn around. He then asks you to bend over and touch your toes. After you finish, he says you can go back into the room.