Located on Milton Avenue in a quiet residential estate, Malton test centre can be found near Tweekz ECU Remapping and Ashfield Care Home. Though small in size, that certainly hasn't stopped Malton test centre from being the starting point for a mass of driving tests each year. Thinking of taking your test here? Get to know more about Malton with our guide below. Keep on reading for directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Malton.
Toilets are not available at this test centre
Special arrangements will be made for wheelchair users
The residential estate that Malton test centre is located in is mere minutes away from the centre of Malton itself. It's also minutes from the bustling A64, making it an ideal choice for learners located around Ryedale. To find Malton with little-to-no fuss, simply use the directions here. Please note that Malton doesn't provide parking spaces, so you'll have to park on one of the residential streets nearby.
The locations of driving test centres are always carefully chosen to ensure they are in the vicinity of a variety of road conditions and features—Malton test centre is no different. The Malton and Scarborough area contains a steady mix of mostly rural roads, some A routes like the A65 and tricky roundabouts. To get to know more about Malton in general, 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! You can still predict some of your route by watching videos of Malton test routes on YouTube or by downloading our sample Malton driving test routes. Though you might not be aware of it, if you're learning with a local ADI, they'll have introduced you to the roads most likely to feature on your test. Throughout your lessons, they'll have had you perfecting your skills on these roads. By the time you take your test, you'll probably be familiar with most of your route.
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 get to Malton 10 minutes early—with your provisional, or you won't be able to take your test. The practical will proceed with:
Upon getting back to Malton test centre, you’ll get your test results. You'll be handed a feedback sheet, which the examiner will walk you through—discussing any driving faults you might have picked up. If you do pass, you'll get your test pass certificate and have your new licence sent off for.
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 ASAP. 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.
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