Nelson driving test centre can be found in a quiet residential area on Cobden Street near Lamberts Timber. Though small in size, this driving test centre oversees the tests of hundreds of learners in Lancashire each month. If you're heading here to put your newfound driving skills to the test, get to know a bit more about it. Read on for directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Nelson.
Car parking spaces are available
Male and disabled toilets are available
Learners certainly won't struggle with finding Nelson test centre. Situated in the centre of Nelson itself—right next to the busy A682—Nelson is easy to find and accessible to all learners located in and around Nelson. If you've not had the chance to look around yet, just follow these directions to get there hassle-free.
Nelson driving test centre was carefully located to ensure that it was close to enough varied road types and conditions. Examiners need to be sure that candidates are ready to take to the roads in the Burnley area alone, so they'll be pitting learners against every road type that Nelson has to offer—from high-speed A roads to tricky junctions. Want to get to know the Nelson area in general? Simply check out these links:
If you’re anything like our other learner drivers, you’ve probably spent hours trying to find the Nelson test route. While you’ll be able to find old test routes, they’re somewhat outdated—the DVSA doesn’t publish routes anymore, as a measure to stop candidates from memorising them. Fortunately, if you're learning with a local ADI, they'll be more than familiar with the roads that are likely to feature on your test—having you honing your skills on them in time for your practical. To see which roads might show up in particular, take a look at videos of Nelson test routes on YouTube.
Want to know how other learner drivers perform on their driving test? Well, the current national average pass rate stands at a relatively reasonable 47%. As for learners at Nelson test centre, you can see pass rates from the last five years below...
The pass rates at Nelson have been higher than than the national average in recent years, so there’s not too much to worry about.
Once you’ve finished your driving lessons, you’ll be set go with your practical. Don’t worry if you’re suffering from test day nerves, you’ll be just fine. On the day, remember to take your provisional licence with you to Nelson test centre—get there 10 minutes early. The practical will then proceed with:
If you hate waiting for test results, you’re in luck—you get yours as soon as you get back to Nelson test centre. The examiner will walk you through any driving test faults you made with a feedback sheet. If your hard work has paid off, you’ll pass and get a test pass certificate. You’ll also be asked if you want to send off for your new licence.
You’d be surprised at the number of learner drivers who fail their driving test—whether it’s two, three or more attempts, some people need a few tries before they get it just right. You just need to work on your weaker areas before you go in for another test.
PassMeFast can do all of the heavy lifting for you and get you booked in for ASAP. And if you need to build up your confidence, you could even complete one of our refresher courses. Simply give us a quick call on 0333 123 4949 or contact us online to get started today.
If you’ve taken driving lessons before, they’ve probably been spread out over weeks or even months. The difficulty with this method of learning is that you end up spending most of your lesson refreshing the skills you learnt in your previous lesson. PassMeFast wants to get you on the road as soon as possible, which is why we offer intensive and semi-intensive crash courses.
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