If you’re learning to drive near the Chorley area—or looking into it—you’ll no doubt be pleased to hear that you’ve got a driving test centre right on your doorstep. Chorley test centre is the perfect option for anyone living in or around Chorley. Need to find directions for the centre? Wondering how other learners perform there? PassMeFast has all the answers below in one complete guide!
Parking is available at this test centre
Male and female toilets are available
Disabled access is available at this test centre
Not had the chance to look over Chorley test centre yet? Don’t be shy—use these directions and take a quick look around. There’s no need to worry if you’re not too familiar with the area yet, as your instructor will have you up to test standard in no time at all. The centre offers parking and disabled access. You’ll also be able to find male and female toilets.
Learning to drive isn’t just about skills like clutch control or following traffic signs. It’s also about getting used to driving around the area you’ll be travelling around once you’ve got your licence. If you’re taking your test at Chorley test centre, the odds are that you’re a local. As such, it’s only practical to get to grips with the local roads in the Chorley area—like the A6—you’ll be driving around on a day-to-day basis. Need to catch a train in Chorley? Want to know more about the area’s history? You’ll find everything you need to know in the resources below...
Tried looking for the Chorley test route? You might be able to find old routes, but you won’t be able to find anything recent—the DVSA doesn’t publish them anymore. While you might think it unfair, remember that this is just like any other test—you don’t get exact questions for exams, so why should your driving test be any different? This shouldn’t be an issue, as long as you’re used to the local roads and are comfortable with driving on a variety of road types—not the least of which include multi-lane roundabouts, one-way systems and crossroads.
Don’t forget to revise the show me, tell me questions—they’ll also feature on your test!
Driving test pass rates are a source of much interest for our students. It’s not too surprising—everyone wants to know how other people do on the test they’re taking. The UK averages out at a 47% pass rate. Want something more specific? We’ve compiled driving test pass rates by area. Alternatively, you can check out the pass rates for Chorley test centre below...
Learners at Chorley have a good chance of passing their driving test, with a pass rate far higher than the national average. That’s not to say you don’t have to put in any effort. Listen to everything your instructor tells you and check out our driving tips on our very own blog to help improve your skills before you take your test.
Ta-da! You’ve completed your driving lessons and you’re only one small step away from getting that brand new licence! All that’s left to do is pass your driving test. On the day of your practical, you’ve only got to prepare in the way of two things:
To make sure you’re safe to drive, the examiner will ask you to read a number plate from 20 or 20.5 metres away as part of an eyesight test. They’ll then ask you one “tell me” question from the “show me, tell me” section. The “show me” question will be saved for when you’re driving. As part of the independent driving section, you’ll follow a route via sat nav—though 1 in 5 candidates will be asked to use traffic signs instead, so make sure you’re comfortable doing so before your test. The examiner will also test your skills on:
Once you get back to Chorley test centre, you’ll get to see if your hard work has paid off. Upon passing, you’ll get a test pass certificate and you can send off for your new licence. Upon failing, your examiner will give you a feedback sheet detailing the faults you made.
It doesn’t matter if your best friend passed on their first try with no faults; everyone is different. Some people need to take their test a few times before they come out on top. The point is, you need to learn from your mistakes—don’t throw out that feedback sheet just because you’re angry at the examiner. Use this feedback to improve your driving before you get back in the ring.
Can’t be bothered looking for an ideal test? PassMeFast can get you booked in as soon as two weeks later, after the 10 working day limit stipulated by the DVSA. And if you need to brush up on a few key areas to make sure you don’t make the same mistakes on your next test, simply check out our refresher courses.
Don’t waste time—give us a call on 0333 123 4949 or contact us via our website to get started today.
Out with the old and in with the new—PassMeFast took this mantra to heart when it decided to give learner drivers what they wanted: intensive courses over traditional hourly lessons. Gone are the days when you had to take lessons weeks apart, stretching your learning over months. Now you can take a driving course at an intensive—or semi-intensive—pace, all the while preparing for your driving test at a practical test centre covered by PassMeFast. Only got a limited free schedule? That’s fine—our fast-track practical tests ensure you cut through any red tape.
If we’ve caught your attention, there’s only one thing left to do: check out our 9 tailored courses on our course prices page. Once you know what we offer, give us a call on 0333 123 4949 to speak to one of our sales team members. If you’re unsure, they’ll give you the full rundown. Alternatively, if you’re someone who knows what they want, book a course online today to take one step closer to getting on the road!