Macclesfield test centre is tucked away on Bridge Street, just around the corner from the row of shops on Chestergate. A stone's throw from the A537, this test centre is easy to access for learners travelling from near and far. To get to know the test centre a bit better, as well as getting additional information about Macclesfield, read on—we've got information on directions, pass rates, test routes and much more.
Parking isn’t available at this test centre
Male and female toilets are available
Special arrangements will be made for wheelchair users
The test centre is practically next door to the centre of Macclesfield itself. Whether you're heading to the centre by car, train or on foot, you won't have any difficulty getting there. Not had the chance to visit it just yet? Follow these directions and you’ll get there just fine. Be aware that the centre does not offer parking, so you'll have to park up on one of the nearby residential roads.
Test routes are designed to incorporate a nice variety of road conditions and features in order to put candidates through their paces before they become fully qualified drivers. The area around Macclesfield test centre suits these requirements just fine—with busy features like the roundabout off Cumberland Street and the A537, mixed with quieter residential roads around the centre itself. Needless to say, there are plenty of challenges. Want to know more about Macclesfield itself? Click on the links below...
Before you start looking around for the Macclesfield test route, you should know that the DVSA no longer publishes routes. Don't panic about it too much, though. You can find out which roads might feature on your test by looking at videos of Macclesfield test routes on YouTube or by downloading our sample Macclesfield driving test routes. Additionally, if you're taking lessons with a local ADI, they'll have you honing your skills on the roads and features most likely to end up on your test route. By the end of your course, you'll be familiar with most of the test route you end up on—you'll be ditching the L plates in no time.
The current driving test pass rate in the UK is 47%. This doesn’t change much for learners in the North West, who have a 47.3% chance of passing. But what about learners at Macclesfield test centre? Take a look at the table below...
Fortunately for learners at Macclesfield, the test centre has had decent pass rates in recent years. With them being higher than the national average, you should be pretty impressed—we certainly are!
Assuming you’ve completed your driving course or lesson plan, you should be more than ready to face your practical test. All that’s left to do on the day is to get there 10 minutes early with your provisional licence. The test will then follow this format:
Fortunately for all you worriers out there, you don’t have to wait long to get your results. Once you get back to the centre, the examiner will let you know whether you’ve passed or failed. In either case, they will give you a feedback sheet and additional verbal comments. If you’re successful, you’ll also get your test pass certificate and you’ll be able to send off for that brand new licence.
Concerned about failing? Put your concerns to the back of your mind—they’ll only distract you on the day of your test. Even if you do fail, it’s easy enough to get booked in for another practical. PassMeFast can get you booked back in ASAP, with a fast-track test and additional tuition (if necessary). So, if you'd like to get back on the road, give us a ring on 0333 123 4949 or contact us via our website.
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Get on the road in Macclesfield in a matter of weeks. Take a look at our course prices to decide what’s right or you, then get in touch on 0333 123 4949 or book a course yourself to get the ball rolling.