Warmley (Kingswood) Driving Test Centre

Kingswood test centre or Warmley as it is known to locals can be found at The Siston Centre on Station Road in the east side of Bristol. Here are some handy hints and tips that will help you pass your test and prepare you for taking your test at Kingswood test centre. We’ve got two instructors who cover the local area so if you need some lessons in preparation for your test get in touch with Dave on 0771 992 3772 or Richard on 0779 948 6717.

Warmley Test Centre

The Siston Centre,
Station Road,
BS15 4GQ

 Common reasons for driving test failure at Warmley

  • Not overtaking slow vehicles on the dual carriageways with national speed limits
  • Missing or not responding to speed change road signs
  • Roundabouts on the ring road – double mirror check and lane discipline
  • Clearance – Being too close to oncoming vehicles during meeting situations
  • Clearance – Parked cars on the left when returning to the test centre

Warmley driving test routes

We want to give you the best chance of passing your test and have put together comprehensive details of the test routes that are used by the examiners at the Warmley test centre. Every effort is made to keep these routes up to date and they are checked regularly to ensure the information is correct.  The printable .pdf files of these test routes can be found at the bottom of the page.

Test route trouble spots

Make sure you don’t get caught out on your test by studying some of the more difficult and most common trouble spots that catch learners out. Click on the links to see more information and guides on how to tackle these tricky spots.

Siston Hill Roundabout - First big roundabout by the test centre

Downend Double Mini Roundabout

Bridgeyate/Warmley Double Mini Roundabout


Ollie October 2018

"I had Richard for a one week intensive course, he is a top bloke with clear instructional techniques. He was prompt with all timings and made it easy to work with my commitments, I would recommend to anyone looking for a intensive week /Lessons to use Richard
Thanks again for a pain free week."