If you're in north Cheshire, it's likely you'll be heading to the Warrington practical test centre to take your driving test. This test centre can be found on Festival Avenue in Orford, a little to the north of Warrington town centre. Around 5,000 candidates take their tests here each year—if you're planning on joining them, or just want to find out more about the test centre, read on. We've compiled information on directions, pass rates, test routes, as well as much more about Warrington.
Parking is available at this test centre
Male and female toilets are available
Located around 10 minutes away from the centre of Warrington itself, the test centre isn't hard to get to—especially given the closeness of A roads like the A49 and A50. If you'd like to take a look at Warrington test centre before your test, simply follow directions here.
Learners definitely have a variety of challenges up ahead of them when it comes to taking the driving test in Warrington. There's a mix of road types and features to tackle, ranging from busy A roads—including the roundabout on the A57—to the narrow residential streets closer to the centre. If you’d like to know more about the Warrington area, simply check out the links below...
Exact test routes are no longer published by the DVSA; however, this won’t be an issue for you. You can get an idea of what might crop up on your practical by looking at videos of Warrington test routes on YouTube or by downloading our sample Warrington driving test routes. Additionally, whilst taking lessons with a local instructor, you'll be shown around the Warrington area and introduced to most—if not all—of the roads that will feature on your test. As such, you should be more than familiar with the test route that the examiner takes you on.
As a popular driving school offer courses across the UK, we’re asked a lot of questions by curious learner drivers. A familiar running theme is driving test pass rates. So if you’re interested, this section is for you. The current pass rate average in the UK is 45.9%. For learners in the North West, this stands almost the same at 47.3%. But what about Warrington test centre? Look below to see...
Learners at Warrington test centre seem to have a relatively good chance of passing. Slightly higher than the national average, Warrington’s pass rate is certainly nothing to be disappointed by. If you’re feeling a little bit underwhelmed, just check your progress with your instructor—there’s always something to be improved upon.
We all like to make sure we’re prepared—especially for exams. Fortunately, once you’ve completed your driving lessons, you’ve not got to worry about much. In fact, all that’s left to do is to get to Warrington 10 minutes early with your provisional licence. Then, the practical will proceed with:
As with your theory test, you’ll get your results as soon as you’ve finished your test. The examiner will tell you their verdict and give you a feedback sheet detailing any driving test faults you made. If you pass your test, you’ll be given your test pass certificate and the option to send off for your new licence. You’ll be at the centre for around 40 minutes and your instructor will usually drive you back afterwards.
Failure isn’t something we like to think about, but it happens nonetheless. Whether it’s due to a few bad habits or an unexpected situation on the day of your test, it’s not the end of the world. It’s easy enough to retake your practical—especially when you make use of the feedback sheet given to you by your examiner. PassMeFast can get you booked back in ASAP. Simply give us a ring on 0333 123 4949 or contact us online.
When it comes to learning to drive, you need to pick the right learning method. PassMeFast's selection of intensive and semi-intensive courses, for example, is ideal for students who want to learn with experienced instructors and get on the road as soon as possible. And with our fast-track practical tests, you don’t have to wait long!