Situated just off the A2212, Bromley test centre can be found near King’s Meadow Playing Fields. Not far from the centre of Bromley itself, the test centre is close to Burnt Ash Lane’s car park—so it tends to get slightly busy during rush hour. This isn’t the only thing you’ll need to watch out for here at the Bromley test centre, though. That’s why, if you’ve decided to test your driving mettle at this centre, we’d recommend getting to know more about it. You can do this by reading our essential test centre guide below. From directions to pass rates to test routes, we’ve got it all!
Due to the car park being in a residential area with limited parking, enter the car park via Brindley Way—not through the alley way between the shops
Male and female toilets are available
If you’re heading to Bromley test centre from the middle of town, it’s a straight route down the A2212. If you’re not so centrally located, simply follow roads like the A20 or A21. Don’t worry if you’re not entirely familiar with the local roads, though. All you’ve got to do is use these directions with your sat nav and you’ll get there just fine!
The DVSA put plenty of time and effort into figuring out the best location for their test centres. Bromley test centre, for example, is in an area that provides driving examiners with a varied range of road types and traffic conditions. If you’re taking your test here, expect to face heavy traffic during rush hour on the A2212. The close proximity of residential areas will also provide a challenge during the busier times of day—particularly when driving through car-lined streets whilst facing oncoming traffic.
Interested in learning more about Bromley in general? Read up on the resources below:
If you’re at all like other learner drivers, you’re probably dying to get your hands on the Bromley test centre. After all, if you have it, you can memorise the road names and the test will be a walk in the park! Well, we hate to break it to you, but the DVSA no longer publishes test routes. Fortunately, you can still get a rough idea of what could feature on your test by watching videos of Bromley test routes on YouTube. Still feeling anxious? Remember that your ADI will show you around the local roads during your lessons, focusing on any particularly tricky spots. By the time you’re due to take your test, you’ll be familiar and comfortable with the area around Bromley test centre.
Practically every learner driver out there is interested in driving test pass rates. It’s one of the reasons why we like to write so many articles about them on our blog! The current national average pass rate stands at 45.8%. Unfortunately, with Bromley test centre being so new, we don’t have pass rates to share just yet. Don’t worry—we’ll update these figures in due course.
Not sated your statistics fix? That’s fine! We’ve got more than enough articles on driving test pass rates. If you’re interested, have a gander at these posts:
So, you’ve finally made it to the end of your driving course. Good for you! Though it might seem daunting, you’ve only got one more step to take before you get to pose with your full driving licence. Yep, that’s right. You’ve got to show off your newfound driving skills to the examiner in the practical test.
Before you head out on your big day, make sure you double check that you’ve got your provisional. You won’t be able to take the test without it, so it’s pretty darn important! You also need to make sure you get to Bromley test centre at least 10 minutes before your test is due to start.
The driving test will consist of:
Your test route will eventually lead you back to Bromley test centre. Now you’ve only got to wait a few minutes before you get your result. The driving examiner will walk you through any driving test faults you made and let you know whether you’ve passed or failed. Regardless of the result, you’ll either get a physical feedback sheet or have your results sent to you by email with the driving test app.
As you’d imagine, failing the driving test is not a pleasant experience. In fact, it can put some learners off from driving altogether. Instead of dwelling on the fact that you failed, however, you should use the experience as motivation to try again. If the stress got to you on the big day, then be sure to read our guide to getting rid of test day nerves or our top 10 tips to help you relax before your driving test. Alternatively, if you tripped up in a certain area, e.g., observations, take a refresher course to get back up to speed.
Ready to get back behind the wheel? PassMeFast can help make sure you’re not stuck waiting months for your next driving test. Simply contact us online or over the phone on 0333 123 4949 to get a fast-track practical test.
Desperate to get out onto the roads in the Bromley area unsupervised? You’re in luck—PassMeFast’s intensive and semi-intensive courses are available in your area! Depending on your preferences and availability, you can take lessons that last between 2 and 5 hours. During these lessons, you’ll work with a local ADI who will help you build up your muscle memory and skills. In absolutely no time at all, you’ll be flying through your fast-track practical test and heading out on your first road trip.
Ready to get started? To see what PassMeFast has to offer, head on over to our course prices or driving courses rundown. Already had some experience, but not quite sure which course is best for you? Our course recommender will tell you! Once you’ve made your decision, give us a bell on 0333 123 4949 or book online.