Learner drivers are in luck when it comes to test centres on the Isle of Tiree. You’ve got your own theory test centre and a practical test centre! This certainly makes your journey towards getting your pink licence that much easier. The Isle of Tiree test centre shares space with the Tiree Scarinish Hotel, which is around ten minutes away from Tiree Airport.
Before you bite the bullet here, make sure you know exactly what to expect from the Isle of Tiree test centre. Below, we’ve compiled all the vital information you may need, including directions, pass rates and more!
No car park is available at the test centre
Male and female toilets are available
If you simply can’t wait until your driving lessons start to have a gander at Isle of Tiree test centre (we love the enthusiasm!), you should use these directions with a sat nav. Once you’ve built up a familiarity with the area, you can try heading there without the help of a sat nav!
Wondering what your test route at the Isle of Tiree test centre will look like? Though we’d love to offer you test routes, the DVSA no longer publishes them. What we can do, however, is look at the area surrounding the test centre and make some educated guesses.
It’s likely that the examiner will guide you onto the nearby B8065. This will pretty much take you on a loop around the Isle of Tiree, where you’ll pass areas like Heanish and Balephetrish. Though the route might not seem as complex as the ones in busy, urban areas, it will still be a challenge. You’ll be on long, winding rural roads for most of the route—it can be easy to get complacent with your speed and hazard awareness, which could prove to be catastrophic when you encounter bends, so pay attention!
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Want to know how well other learners have done with the driving test? Well, on a general scale, the national average stands at 45.9%, which isn’t too bad. Of course, this figure then changes depending on the learner’s location, their age and even what test attempt number they’re on.
Another factor that can affect a learner’s chances is their test centre choice. Though it’s only been running for the past few years, pass rates at the Isle of Tiree have been well above the national average...
It would be quite the long journey if you decided not to take your test on the Isle of Tiree. However, if you’re willing to make the trip across the sea, you could head to:
On behalf of PassMeFast, we’d like to congratulate you on getting this far in your journey! You’re finally test-ready and you’ve only got one hurdle standing in your way of earning your pink licence. It’s an incredible achievement and you should be proud of yourself no matter what result you end up getting.
Your big day will start with your instructor picking you up and taking you to the Isle of Tiree test centre ten minutes before your test starts. You’ll use this time to park up and meet the examiner, who will then ask to see your provisional and get you to sign a form.
Once that’s out of the way, your driving test will consist of:
There’s a good reason why thousands of learners come to PassMeFast every year for help with earning their licence, and that’s because our approach works. We’ve eschewed the traditional driving lesson format in favour of flexible, intensive and semi-intensive courses that are tailored to suit all types of learners.
When you book in, you get to tell us when you’d ideally like to pass by, how intensively you’d like to learn (with lesson blocks starting at two hours and moving all the way up to 5 hours) and what your overall schedule is like. Our customer experience team then book a test date that suits your preferences and find a local ADI who can work with your requirements in mind. Together, you’ll develop all the skills you need to not only pass the driving test, but also become a safe driver for life.
To get the ball rolling, pick your ideal PassMeFast course via our course prices page. To discuss your options, you can talk to our sales team on 0333 123 4949, or try our course recommender tool to find out how many hours you need. Alternatively, if you’ve made up your mind already, book online instead!