Situated in the busy Bessingby Industrial Estate next to Bridlington Business Centre in East Yorkshire, Bridlington test centre is relatively moderate in size. As the location of choice for many learner drivers located in and around Bridlington, there's plenty to know about Bridlington test centre. If you'd like to know more about it, read on for directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Bridlington.
Only male toilets are available at this test centre
You can get into this test centre in a wheelchair
Approximately 5-10 minutes from the centre of Bridlington itself, Bridlington test centre can be found next to the local Aldi and Morrisons—just off the A165. If you've not had the chance to look around the test centre yet, you can find directions to Bridlington test centre here. Please note that Bridlington doesn't provide parking spaces, so you'll have to park elsewhere.
The Bridlington area contains a wide selection of road types and conditions—from the high-speed A routes like the A614 and A165 to the quieter areas further from the centre. There's certainly enough to put even the most confident of learner drivers through their paces on their way to becoming fully qualified drivers. If you’re looking to get to know Bridlington better, we’ve got an assortment of links below including the local weather, council and much more...
The DVSA no longer publishes official test routes, so you won't be able to find an up-to-date one for Bridlington. Don't worry—you can get a rough idea of what might crop up by looking at videos of Bridlington test routes on YouTube or by downloading our sample Bridlington driving test routes. And if you're learning with a local ADI, they'll have you practicing on the roads around Bridlington test centre, slowly honing your skills on the roads most likely to feature on your practical. By the end, in fact, you'll probably be familiar with most of your test route.
Curious about pass rates? The national average pass rate currently stands at 47%. This is almost exactly the same for learners in Yorkshire and the Humber—47.1% of tests result in a pass. What about Bridlington test centre? Take a look at the past five years below...
As you can see, Bridlington has performed well in the last five years—above the national average. If pass rates don’t make much of an impression with you, just practice as much as possible and you’ll have every chance in the world of getting your licence.
Don’t think you’re ready for your practical? Relax—you should be more than prepared after your lessons. All you need to do on the day is get to Bridlington 10 minutes early, with your provisional. Your practical will then proceed with:
Hate waiting for results? You’re in luck—you get your driving results straight away. Regardless of your result, you'll be handed a feedback sheet which will detail any faults you might have made during the test. If you pass your practical, you’ll also receive your test pass certificate and you’ll hand over your provisional in order to send off for your new licence.
Failure isn’t uncommon when it comes to driving tests. Anything could go wrong on the day of your test, but it’s important that you don’t give up no matter what happens. As long as you address the feedback given to you by your examiner, you should be able to improve in time for your next practical.
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