Located on the outskirts of of London, Belvedere test centre rests comfortably close to a few pubs and the local park. A small building surrounded by a wide variety of difficult road conditions, Belvedere test centre will certainly put learners through their paces. To help you get to know the centre better, we've put together directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Belvedere.
No car park is available at the test centre
Male and female toilets are available
Arrangements will be made at this test centre if you have a disability
Belvedere test centre is located near to the middle of the town, and lies close to the busy A206, making it a convenient option for learners in the local area. To get there with little to no fuss, just follow these directions and you’ll get there just fine. Please be aware that there is no public parking at the test centre, so you'll have to park up on one of the roads closest to the centre.
The decision to place Belvedere test centre into such a busy area might not seem to make sense, but it was chosen with examiners in mind. With nearby A roads and an accompanying residential area, there's a nice variety of road conditions to truly test how capable a candidate is at tackling different traffic systems and situations on their test. If you’d like more information about the town of Belvedere, simply click on one of these links:
Before you start scouring the internet for the Belvedere test route, you should know that the DVSA no longer publishes them. Fortunately, you won't be left entirely in the dark. In fact, your instructor will have you build up a familiarity with most of the roads that will feature on your test, such as the A220 and A206. You can even take a look at videos of Belvedere test routes on YouTube for a better idea of what to look out for on your driving test.
Learners drivers always like to know where they stand in comparison to other learners. As such, we’ve put together a few handy pass rates. The UK’s national average pass rate stands at 47%. London’s pass rate, however, comes out much lower at 40.8%. Wondering if transmission plays a role in pass rates? Wonder no more—check out our comparison of manual and automatic pass rates.
As for those at Belvedere test centre, see the results for the last five years below...
For a test centre in Greater London, Belvedere’s pass rates from the last five years aren’t exactly anomalous—it’s a standard trend amongst test centres in busier, urban areas. So instead of dwelling on these subpar pass rates, keep your chin up and listen to your instructor’s advice.
If you’ve not had the chance to read up on the layout of your practical test (or ask your instructor) you don’t have to worry—we’ve got you completely covered. All you've got to do is arrive 10 minutes early and bring your provisional licence. The practical test will then consist of:
Your test route will eventually lead back to Belvedere test centre. Once you've parked up, you'll be given your result. No matter if you pass or fail, the examiner will give you a feedback sheet listing any faults you made, as well as extra verbal feedback. Those who are successful will be given a test pass certificate to show off.
If you need another crack at the practical test, it’s not a big deal. In fact, you’ve got a cheat sheet for your next try—your feedback sheet will tell you exactly what you need to work on to come out on top next time. If you're raring to go, PassMeFast can pick up the pace with a fast-track practical test. To get booked in, simply give us a call on 0333 123 4949 or contact us online.
PassMeFast offers 9 courses suited to learners with different levels of experience, which can be taken in an intensive or semi-intensive manner. No matter where you are in the Belvedere area, PassMeFast can get you on the road within weeks. Interested? Take a look at our course prices page, and book online or over the phone on 0333 123 4949.