Blundering beginners - kangaroo hopping and carrying out 15-point turns have been smashing into parked cars and walls, lamp-posts and trees with carefree abandon.
One learner even flipped his car on to its roof after colliding with another vehicle on the Firs Estate, in South Woodford, East London, where homes can fetch more than £1million.
"Some of the drivers don't seem to know their left or right. They'll indicate one way, then go the other.
"One of my neighbours has had their car written off three times."
On Saturday, The Sun revealed how residents in Clyst St Mary, near Exeter, Devon, were also blighted by learners. Their street has been nicknamed "Driving School Alley" after 25 instructors were counted using the road in one afternoon.
Eddie has gathered more than 300 signatures from angry neighbours for a petition which was presented to Parliament. It demands signs be put up to stop instructors using the roads on the estate unless they are picking up a pupil.
Fellow resident Nancy Hesketh, 37, told how her father-in-law was knocked out after a learner careered into his car.
Bill Hesketh, 70, was changing a hub cap when his car was shunted from behind. Bill's car then hit him and he was knocked unconscious.
Nancy said: "The car crashed into Bill's and he was sent flying, landing in the middle of the road. Bill is 70. Thankfully he is quite solid and big. If he had been frail the accident would have killed him."
Instructors go to the estate from across North and East London and Essex because of the nearby Wanstead test centre.
One driving instructor sympathised with the residents but said learners have to be able to practise in quiet streets.
"But at the end of the day drivers have to learn somewhere.
"The roads are wide here and it is ideal for parking and manoeuvres."