If you’re biting the bullet at Airdrie test centre, you can find it on Aitchison Street, not far from University Hospital Monklands. Before your big day arrives, make sure you familiarise yourself with your chosen test centre and what’s expected of you in the test. You can do this by reading our essential guide below!
No car park is available at the test centre
Male, female and disabled toilets are available
You can get into the test centre in a wheelchair
If you’re taking lessons with a local ADI, they’ll eventually direct you towards Airdrie test centre so that you can get a taste of the local test routes and road features. If you fancy taking a look around before this happens, however, just use these directions with a sat nav.
The area of Airdrie is chock full of tricky road features that are sure to put your newfound skills to the test—from the Park Crescent roundabout right next to the test centre to the bustling roads of Coatbridge. Don’t worry about this too much, though. You’ll be more than ready once your instructor is done with you!
Looking for information about Airdrie’s public transport or local history? These resources might help:
If you’re getting towards the end of your learning journey, you might be wondering whether your newfound skills are truly up to snuff or not. Thanks to the DVSA’s frequent release of driving test pass rates, we can give you a rough idea of how well you might do on your big day.
See the table below to find out how learners have fared at Airdrie test centre within the last five years.
If Airdrie test centre is no longer an ideal option for you, or you’re struggling to find an early test date there, there are other nearby alternatives including:
If your instructor hasn’t had the chance to walk you through the driving test yet, or taken you on a mock test, we’ll give you a quick rundown of how your big day will go.
For starters, you and your instructor will aim to get to Airdrie test centre 10 minutes before your practical starts. This short window of time will allow you to park the car and meet up with your examiner. Before you get into the nitty gritty of the test, you’ll have to show the examiner your provisional and sign a form.
Once that’s out of the way, your test will follow this straightforward format:
If you’re looking to give yourself the best chance possible of passing your driving test, you’ll want to pick the right driving school. Instead of opting for one that forces you to take time off work to fit your course into a rigid 5-day schedule, why not pick one that gives you the reins?
With PassMeFast, you get to decide when you take your lessons and how long they last. Depending on whether you opt for an intensive or semi-intensive approach, you’ll spend two to five hours on the Airdrie roads with your DVSA-approved instructor. Together, you’ll build up your confidence and experience until you’re raring to go for the practical test (which we’ll have fast-tracked so you’re not waiting around)!
Stop dragging your feet and take the first step on your learning journey today! Pick out the course that best suits you on our course prices page. Then, book in over the phone on 0333 123 4949, or online!