Police have been instructed to crack down on anti-social driving habits of sixth form students in Ickenham.
Residents of Warren Road, Ickenham, petitioned Hillingdon Council for action to be taken against students from nearby Vyners School who have been seen regularly speeding and performing illegal handbrake turns in the road.
Residents also find it difficult to access their drives because of the influx of parked cars during the day, saying students have been leaving their cars across driveways.
Councillor John Hensley, a ward councillor for Ickenham and himself a governor at Vyners School, said: "Schoolchildren are the problem. We have requested that police take a pro-active role in alleviating the road of speeding motorists.
"There are many young drivers who have anti-social driving problems One resident told me how they saw one drive at another student who had to jump out of the way onto the bonnet of a parked car."
Residents want a 20mph speed limit. Police have reportedly recorded a vehicle driving down Thornhill Road and on to Warren Road at 70mph.
There have also been incidents where telegraph poles have been demolished, and cars have collided with parked vehicles.
Sue Gould, headteacher of Vyners School, said: "As the head I'm always very concerned with any health and safety issue outside our school gates.
"We are and have been looking at ways in which to support the residents in Warren Road.
"We've worked with the police to set up a one-way system and we're trying to discourage our sixth form students bringing their cars in because they do not need to park them in the road as it creates more trouble."
The school has also been told by the council to provide a written explanation of where £10,600, given to it in 2005 towards the provision of a 'safer route to school', has been spent.