Looking to take your test at Malton test centre? Located in the district of Ryedale in North Yorkshire, Malton offers learners a wide variety of challenges on their way to getting their licence. As with most things, there’s a lot that you need to know about your chosen test centre—that’s why we’ve compiled all the essential information you need to know about Malton, including contact details and what you can expect on the day of your test.
Toilets are not available at this test centre
Special arrangements will be made for wheelchair users
Not yet had the chance to look around Malton test centre? That’s fine, just use these directions here. Take your time and get a good look at the surrounding area and road features. Of course, in most cases, your instructor will take you around Malton before your test in order to get you completely test-ready and prepared for whatever might come your way. Malton test centre doesn’t provide parking or toilets, and special arrangements will be made if you’re a wheelchair user.
No matter which test centre you take your practical at, we always advise learners to get familiar with the surrounding area. Located near the Scarborough area, you can expect to come across mostly rural roads around Malton test centre. That’s not to say you won’t come across any traffic or congestion however, as the busy A65 dual carriageway is nearby. Not sure what else there is to know about the Malton area? Take a look at our useful links below...
No matter where you look, you won’t be able to find an exact test route for Malton due to the DVSA no longer publishing routes. Hold in that sigh of disappointment! As long as you pay attention in your driving lessons, you should be more than prepared for your practical. After all, you won’t be able to predict what will happen on the road in real life, so why should your test be any different? Remember your lessons in hazard awareness and clutch control and you should be fine.
Not sure whether to learn in manual or automatic? That’s fine, check out automatic vs. manual—which is best?
Want to know how other learner drivers do on their test? The current national average pass rate is 47%. If you’d like it broken down further, you might be interested in looking at driving test pass rates by area. Not specific enough for you? Take a look below to see how learners in Malton have performed over the past five years...
With pass rates higher than the national average, learners at Malton can’t really complain. Of course, it is down to individual effort and ability—you can’t expect to pass on account of statistics, after all.
Gotten to the end of your lessons? Great—you should be completely test-ready by this point. All you’ve got to remember to do on the day of your test is:
Your practical test will commence with a quick eyesight test before moving onto the “show me, tell me” section which you should have practiced for. Here, you’ll be asked two questions regarding the maintenance of your car, e.g., “Show me how you’d clean the windscreen using windscreen washer and wipers”. One question will be asked before you get into the car and the other whilst you’re driving. You will then move onto the independent driving section lasting 20 minutes. You’ll follow a test route using a sat nav—be aware that 1 in 5 candidates will be asked to follow traffic signs instead. The examiner will expect you to demonstrate the following manoeuvres:
Upon getting back to Malton test centre, you’ll get your test results. If you pass, you’ll get your test pass certificate and have your new licence sent off for. If you fail, you’ll be given a feedback sheet. The entire practical should take around 40 minutes.
It doesn’t matter how confident learners are, almost all of them still ask the all-important question—what happens if I fail? While it can be a distressing experience, it’s not the end of the world if you fail your practical. All that you can do is learn from your mistakes and move on until you pass.
If you’re looking to take your practical again, PassMeFast can get you booked in as soon as two weeks later (after the 10 working day limit). We can even offer refresher courses to make sure you’re completely prepared. Give us a call on 0333 123 4949 or contact us on our website to get it sorted today.
Traditional lessons are a thing of the past with PassMeFast. Forget taking lessons weeks apart—with our 9 tailored crash courses, you can build up your driving knowledge intensively and be ready to take your test in mere days! You can take lessons in an intensive or semi-intensive manner. And with our fast-track practical tests, you don’t even need to worry about long driving test waiting times!