Crewe

Heading to Crewe test centre? Located in the borough of Cheshire East, Crewe—like every other practical test centre—offers learners plenty of challenges along their way to getting their shiny new licence. Not sure where Crewe test centre is? Need to educate yourself on the process of the actual test? Find all the answers you need in our guide below!


Address

6 Nile Street Crewe Cheshire CW2 7LL

Tests Offered at Crewe

  • Car

Parking

Parking isn’t available at this test centre

Toilets

Male, female and disabled toilets are available

Disabled Access

You can get into the test centre in a wheelchair

Phone Number

0127 0560757

Check the book your driving test service for availability.

How To Get There

You no longer have to worry about getting lost on your way to Crewe test centre. We’ve got the exact directions to the centre here. By the time you’re ready to take your test, your instructor should have driven you around the area—so you should be familiar with the area. This means you’re less likely to be surprised by features that crop up on your test route. Crewe test centre doesn’t offer parking. There are male, female and disabled toilets however, and there is ramp access.

A Bit More About Crewe

If you’re looking to take your test at Crewe test centre, you’re undoubtedly going to have to get used to driving around the Crewe area. If you’ve noticed a particularly challenging roundabout or crossroad, you can be sure it will probably feature on your test. Nearby A routes like the A5078 and A534 will also be likely to crop up in your practical. Looking to grab a bus or train in the Crewe area? Interested in the history of the area? Find out more in the following resources:

Crewe Test Route

You won’t be able to find the exact test route for Crewe, but don’t worry—understanding what the examiner is expecting of you isn’t rocket science. On the day of your test, your examiner will be expecting you to demonstrate confidence and safety whilst displaying your driving skills. Take a look around the Crewe area—if there are challenging roundabouts, one-way systems and any tricky junctions, you can be sure they’ll show up. If you’re shaky on your speed perception or your steering control around bends, work on it before your test.

Practice makes perfect! Work on all types of road features—like those pesky pedestrian crossings. Listen to your instructor’s feedback and you should be more than ready for your practical test.

Crewe Test Pass Rates

If all you’re thinking about is failing your test, you might be put at ease with a few pass rates. Did you know, for example, that the UK national average is 47%? For learners in the North West, you’re looking at a 47.3% chance of passing your driving test. And Crewe test centre? Check out the rates below…

2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
52.6% 55.5% 55.1% 57.3% 58%


Crewe’s pass rates in recent years have been far above the national average—so you should feel more than comfortable with taking your driving test at this centre. Not entirely convinced? Work over any of the areas you’re most worried about with your instructor—you’ll be just fine!

What If I Can't To Crewe?

There are a wide variety of Cheshire test centres to head to. If you can’t go to Crewe, the closest alternate centres are Northwich and Macclesfield.

What To Expect On The Day

What’s next after completing your driving lessons? Your practical driving test of course! All that’s left for you to do on the day is:

  • Get there 10 minutes early
  • Bring your provisional licence

Think your test starts straight away in the car? Not quite! Before you get in the car, you’ll have to take an eyesight test. Then you’ll be asked one “show me, tell me” question—the other will be asked during your test route—regarding the maintenance of your car, e.g., “Identify where you’d check the engine oil level”. The independent driving section involves you following a route using a sat nav. Alternatively, 1 in 5 learners will be asked to follow traffic signs instead. You’ll also be tested on: 

  • Parallel parking
  • Bay parking
  • Pulling up on the right

Thankfully, you don’t have to wait long to find out if you’re successful or not. In fact, you’ll know immediately. If you’re successful, you’ll receive a test pass certificate and you’ll be able to send off for your brand new licence. If you’re unsuccessful, you’ll receive a feedback sheet addressing your mistakes. It should take 40 minutes overall and your ADI will typically drive you back home afterwards.

But What If I Fail?

Whether you want to think about it or not, failure is a rather common occurrence amongst learner drivers. The important thing is to not give up—just work on the mistakes in your feedback sheet and you’ll be just fine.

PassMeFast can take the fuss of rebooking out of your hands entirely—as soon as two weeks later (after the 10 working day limit)! And if you do have a few areas you need to work on, you can enjoy further tuition. Have you got limited availability? We might be able to nab you a weekend test! To get things started, simply contact us on our website or give us a ring on 0333 123 4949.

Improve Your Chances With PassMeFast

Forget taking individual driving lessons. Forget having to spend half of your time refreshing the skills you learnt in the previous lesson. With PassMeFast you can take an intensive or semi-intensive course that can have you on the road in a matter of weeks or even days. You can fit your course around your schedule—learning with one of our experienced instructors. To speed up the process further, we even offer a fast-track practical test with every course. You can find out more with our handy crash course guide!

Don’t settle for anything less than the best. Take a look at our course prices and get in touch with PassMeFast today and you could be on the road in no time at all. Book a course online or give us a ring on 0333 123 4949.