Moderate in size, Hull driving test centre is located in a small industrial estate next to Industrial Racking Supplies and CPR Components. A popular choice for learner drivers located in and around Hull, there's plenty hidden up the sleeve of this unassuming test centre. To help you get to know Hull better, we've compiled directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Hull below.
Parking is available at this test centre
Male, female and disabled toilets are available
You can get into this test centre in a wheelchair
Around 10 minutes from the centre of Hull itself, Hull test centre is located next to the River Hull and A1165. Learners certainly won't find it difficult to find this test centre. If you've not had the chance to look around Hull, just follow the directions here, and you'll get there just fine.
The Hull area comes with a variety of challenges that will truly test how capable candidates are of becoming fully qualified drivers. From the easily-congestible area around the centre—due to the proximity of the University of Hull—to busy A roads like the A1079 and A1165. If you’re looking to get to know the Hull area better, we’ve got all the relevant resources you might need below...
The DVSA no longer publishes test routes, so you won't be able to get your hands on an exact, up-to-date Hull test route. Fortunately, you can get a rough idea of what to expect by watching videos of Hull test routes on YouTube or by downloading our sample Hull driving test routes. Additionally, if you're learning with a local instructor, you won't be going into your practical blind. Your instructor will have you honing your skills on the local roundabouts, dual carriageways and much more. By the time your practical rolls on by, you'll most likely be familiar with most—if not all—of the roads that crop up on your route.
Are you a fan of statistics? You might find it interesting to hear that the national average pass rate for the UK is 47%. If you’re a learner driver in Yorkshire and the Humber, however, you’ve got a 47.1% chance of passing your practical. If you’re looking for something more specific, you can look at driving test pass rates by area. Alternatively, check out Hull’s pass rate from the last five years below...
While you might not be too impressed by Hull’s pass rates, you should bear in mind that they’re still above the national average. It’s not all down to specific numbers however—the outcome of your practical is also affected by your personal ability and effort.
Your practical test will finally follow once you’ve completed your driving lessons. Beyond your lessons, there’s not much else you can do in preparation for your test except to get to the centre 10 minutes early, with your provisional. The layout of the practical will be as follows:
Once you get back to the centre, you’ll be told your result. The examiner will also hand you a feedback sheet, which will list any faults you might have accumulated along the way. If you're successful, you'll also be given a test pass certificate and the chance to send off for your new full licence.
If you do end up failing, you can use the feedback given to you by your examiner to help improve your skills for the next time you take your test. Once you're ready to get back behind the wheel, you can get PassMeFast to book you a new fast-track test. You can even take refresher course if you need additional tuition. Simply contact us via our website or give us a ring on 0333 123 4949 to get started.
Looking to get on the road as soon as possible? You might be suited to an intensive or semi-intensive course. Led by our DVSA-approved instructors, PassMeFast courses are designed to get you test-ready quickly and efficiently. Don’t settle for anything but the best—look at our course prices to find out which course is best for you. Once you know what you’re looking for, give us a ring on 0333 123 4949 or book a course online to get the ball rolling.