Located in a busy industrial estate in a small warehouse, we'd forgive you for not spotting Hayes test centre right away. If you’re truly determined to get your hands on that licence, you’ll want to do some background reading on Hayes test centre. To make things nice and simple for you, we’ve put together directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Hayes.
Limited parking is available at this centre
Male and female toilets are available
Arrangements will be made at this centre if you have a disability
Based near the centre of Hayes, the test centre is a stone's throw away from Yiewsley, Cowley and Yeading, making it the perfect location for learners in West London. To get to Hayes test centre without any hassle, simply use these directions. Please note that parking spaces are limited, so the centre recommends that you don't arrive earlier than 10 minutes before your test.
Hayes test centre provides examiners with a mixed bag of road conditions to test candidates on: from Stockley road's roundabouts to the unpredictable roads around the industrial estate. One thing's for sure, there are plenty of challenges for any learner looking to become a qualified driver in Hayes. If you'd like to read up on more general information about the town of Hayes, follow the links below.
Whilst the DVSA no longer publishes test routes, it shouldn't be much of a problem. You can still get an idea of what to expect by searching for videos of Hayes test routes on YouTube or by downloading our sample Hayes driving test routes. If you're learning with a local instructor, they'll introduce you to most of the roads that will feature on your test—from tricky local roundabouts to challenging junction. By the time your test rolls on by, you'll have gained plenty of vital information about the local roads.
To give you a rough idea of how other learners perform on their test, we’ve put together a few interesting stats. For starters, the average pass rate in the UK stands at 47%. Learners in Greater London have a bit of a harder time, averaging out at 40.8%. As for those at Hayes test centre, we’ve got their pass rates from the last five years below!
In recent years, Hayes test centre has been coming out with pass rates higher than the average for Greater London—not too shabby. Worried that Hayes test centre might be too difficult for you? Read up on cities with the worst road conditions—you’ll change your mind!
Learners are always surprised as to how fast the practical test creeps up on them. One minute, it seems months away—and the next, it’s just around the corner. The important thing to do is keep a clear and level head—panicking will get you nowhere. On the day, make sure you get there 10 minutes early and bring your provisional. The test will then proceed as follows:
The test route will end once you're back at Hayes test centre. The examiner will tell you your result and hand you a feedback sheet with any driving faults you might have made. If they feel it necessary, they'll also give you additional verbal feedback. Successful candidates will be given a test pass certificate.
Failure is always a possibility with most things we do in life—so don’t dwell on it! If you fail, get your instructor to work with you on the areas you received driving faults in. Once you’re ready to take on the test again, give us a call on 0333 123 4949 or contact us online to get us to book you a fast-track practical test.
PassMeFast is determined to get learner drivers in the Hillingdon area passed as soon as possible. We do this by offering flexible and intensive crash course packages that can be completed in a matter of days or weeks. Take a peek at our course prices page and call us on 0333 123 4949 so we can get it booked in ASAP. If you’d prefer, you can choose to book your course online instead. PassMeFast also offers student discount—so be aware!