Fast Tracked Tests
Money Back Guarantee
Flexible Courses
Multiple Ways To Pay
Great on Trustpilot

Kyle Of Lochalsh

Learning to drive in Kyle of Lochalsh? Your journey couldn’t be any easier! You’ve got both a local theory test centre and a practical test centre. Kyle of Lochalsh test centre can be found at the local fire station. However, due to the pandemic, it has been closed down and a temporary location has been set up at Kyle Royal Mail instead.

If you’d like to know more about your local test centre, PassMeFast is here to help! We’ve crafted a comprehensive test centre guide that will walk you through pass rates, what happens in the driving test and more!

Please see temporary address from 05/10/20: Kyle Royal Mail, Sorting Office Main Street Kyle of Lochalsh IV40 8AA

Address

Kyle Of Lochalsh Fire Station Stoney Road Kyle Of Lochalsh Highland IV40 8BP

Tests Offered at Kyle Of Lochalsh

  • Car

Parking

There is no car park at this centre

Toilets

Male and female toilets available

Disabled Access

Arrangements will be made at this test centre if you have a disability

Check the book your driving test service for availability.

How To Get There

If you’re heading to the original Kyle of Lochalsh test centre, you can use these directions. Until further notice, however, you’ll need to use these directions to head to the temporary location set up by the DVSA.

A Bit More About Kyle of Lochalsh

To make sure that you’re fully prepared for taking to the roads without the supervision of your instructor, the driving examiner will use a wide range of road types, traffic conditions and speed systems in the area of Kyle of Lochalsh.

Your test route will begin right in the centre of Kyle of Lochalsh, which is rather compact. The roads can get quite narrow, so you’ll need to pay close attention to your positioning on the road, especially when navigating around parked vehicles and meeting oncoming traffic. The examiner might get you to demonstrate one of the manoeuvres on these roads, or they might save it for when you’re further afield.

As Kyle of Lochalsh is rather small, you won’t stay in the immediate area for long. Instead, the examiner will guide you onto the A87 towards Dornie, or past Kyleakin towards the area of Broadford.

Looking for more general information? Check out these resources:

Kyle of Lochalsh Test Pass Rates

If you’re interested in driving test pass rates, you’ll want to head over to the PassMeFast Blog. There, you’ll be able to read all about why it’s easier to pass at certain test centres, the average number of attempts it takes to pass the test and more!

Time is of the essence, so we’ll keep things short and sweet. The current national average stands at 45.9%. However, those heading to Kyle of Lochalsh seem to do much better, as you can see in the table below...

2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20
72.0% 72.0% 59.2% 50.0% 67.9%

What If I Can't Go To Kyle of Lochalsh? 

If you don’t fancy dealing with long test waiting times, the best way to get an earlier test date is by picking a backup test centre option. If you’re sticking close to Kyle of Lochalsh, your closest option is:

What To Expect On The Day

So, your test date is finally here. Bet you thought it’d never arrive, huh? Now that you’ve reached the end of your lessons, it’s time for you to see if all of your blood, sweat and tears have paid off. Don’t worry if your nerves are getting the better of you, though—it’s very common amongst learners. Just make your way through our top 10 ways to relax before the test and you’ll do just fine!

In terms of preparation, all you have to do is get to your test centre ten minutes early, with your provisional. Piece of cake! Then, you’ll show the examiner your provisional, sign a form and your test will officially begin.

It will consist of:

  • An eyesight test, where you’ll need to read a number plate from a distance of 20 metres
  • Two “show me, tell me” questions covering vehicle safety and maintenance
  • Twenty minutes of general driving, where you’ll be guided by the examiner, and will also need to perform one of the following manoeuvres:
  • Twenty minutes of independent driving, during which you’ll either follow sat nav directions or sign posts to reach a set destination

Improve Your Chances With PassMeFast

If traditional, hourly lessons on a weekly basis aren’t getting you any closer to earning your full licence, you might want to consider a different approach. After all, an hour behind the wheel isn’t long enough for you to become adept at driving fundamentals like clutch control and the manoeuvres. But what is the alternative?

Enter: PassMeFast! Our intensive and semi-intensive driving courses increase the amount of time you’re behind the wheel to two to five hours at a time, while lessening the gap between lessons, so that you can build up your skills in a faster and more effective manner. We’ll match you up with a local ADI who will help you get to grips with everything from tricky junctions to dual carriageways, in time for your fast-tracked test!

Ready to get the ball rolling? Pick out your ideal PassMeFast course over on our course prices page, or get our course recommender to do it for you. Then, give us a call on 0333 123 4949, or book online!

Book Now