Learners in Monmouth don’t have to spend long mulling over where to head for their practical—they’ve got a local test centre of the same name! Found on Old Dixton Road, Monmouth test centre oversees thousands of tests every year. If you’re taking the plunge here, be sure to read our essential guide beforehand. From directions to pass rates, we’ve got everything to sate your curiosity!
There are parking spaces available at this centre
Male and female toilets are available
Arrangements will be made at this test centre if you have a disability
Planning to snoop around Monmouth test centre before you start your driving lessons? To avoid taking a wrong turn, or accidentally showing up at a different DVSA test centre, use these directions with a trusty sat nav.
Though you can’t get your hands on your exact Monmouth test route, that’s not to say that it will be a complete mystery. Your route will make use of the road features that you’ve likely driven on a dozen times with your instructor—from high-speed A roads like the A40 to the quiet roads around Osbaston. So, as long as you pay attention during lessons, you should be more than prepared for what will come your way.
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Panicking about your driving test? We’ve got something that might help ease your nerves. The current average pass rate in the UK stands at 45.9%. Not that impressed? Give us a moment!
Those taking the practical at Monmouth test centre seem to do much better overall—as you can see in the table below, pass rates have been much higher than the national average over the last five years!
If test waiting times are far too long at Monmouth test centre, or you’re simply mulling over your options, there are plenty of other test centres available. If you’re sticking close to the county of Monmouthshire, your nearest options include:
Though it probably seemed impossible at the beginning of your learning journey, you’ve finally mastered the driving fundamentals—from the basics all the way to the advanced skills. All that’s left now is for you to show off your new know-how in the driving test. Piece of cake, huh?
To avoid your test getting cancelled, make sure you get to the Monmouth centre with ten minutes to spare. You will need this extra time to park up and meet your examiner. You’ll then promptly be asked to show them your provisional and sign a form. Once that’s all wrapped up, your test will be underway.
It will follow this basic format:
If you’re eager to take to the roads around Monmouth, but time is of the essence, PassMeFast might be the driving school for you. We don’t believe in traditional, hourly lessons that take months, or even years, to complete. Instead, our courses are designed to be taken at an intensive or semi-intensive pace. So, what does this mean for you?
When you book a course with us, you’ll be matched with a CX Adviser who will sort you out with a local ADI and book your test for you. They will also talk to you about your availability and learning preferences. So, if you’re looking to learn in the evening, at the weekend, or in a particular number of days, they’ll make sure that your instructor can accommodate you. In short, we put you in charge of your course!
To take one step closer to achieving your goal of becoming a fully qualified driver, check out our crash course packages on our course prices page. You can then book in over the phone on 0333 123 4949, or online!