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Pembroke Dock

There’s only one practical test centre available in the county of Pembrokeshire, which means that local learners don’t have to think too hard about where they’ll be taking their driving test. Pembroke Dock test centre is situated in the Captain Superintendents Building in the Royal Dockyard. It’s centrally located, so locals and visitors alike can reach it without a problem.

If you’re looking to learn more about Pembroke Dock test centre, you’ve certainly come to the right place. Our comprehensive guide below will walk you through everything from contact details to pass rates!


Address

The Captain Superintendents Building Royal Dockyard Pembroke Dock Pembrokeshire SA72 6TD

Tests Offered at Pembroke Dock

  • Car
  • Motorcycle module 2

Parking

There are parking spaces available

Toilets

Male and female toilets are available

Disabled Access

Arrangements will be made at this test centre if you have a disability

Phone Number

0164 6683134

Check the book your driving test service for availability.

How To Get There

If you’re travelling to Pembroke Dock test centre for the first time without the help of your driving instructor, use these directions with a sat nav. Once you’re more comfortable with the area, try your hand at heading there without any assistance.

A Bit More About Pembroke Dock

So, what can you expect from your driving test at Pembroke Dock test centre? Well, your route will begin with the examiner taking you around the town centre. There’s a wide variety of compact roads in the area, particularly around Pennar, which might make it challenging when you have to navigate around parked vehicles whilst meeting oncoming traffic.

There are a couple of car parks in Pembroke Dock, one of which might end up being the centre stage for your driving test manoeuvre demonstration. Alternatively, the examiner might decide to have you do it on one of the roads further out in Pembroke or Monkton.

If you’re shaky on roundabouts, you’ll want to get some practice in before your test, as there are quite a few tricky ones scattered around the local area. It might be a good idea to get your instructor to include them on a mock test so you build up your confidence. The A477 also runs through the town, so the examiner will most likely guide you onto it during your test. Depending on the exact route, you might end up near an area like Cosheston or Sageston

If you’d prefer to learn more about Pembroke Dock’s public transport or local history, feast your eyes on these resources instead:

Pembroke Dock Test Pass Rates

Though driving test pass rates shouldn’t be taken too seriously—after all, it’s your hard work that will get you the pass—they are very interesting to look at. Did you know, for example, that learners in the UK have a 45.9% chance of passing the test first time?

Learner drivers heading over to Pembroke Dock, however, have performed much better than this average over the last five years, as you can see in the table below...

2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20
54.4% 53.0% 52.9% 52.2% 55.6%

What If I Can't Go To Pembroke Dock? 

Just because Pembroke Dock is the only test centre available in the county of Pembrokeshire, doesn’t mean it’s your only option. There are other test centres in nearby counties, including:

What To Expect On The Day

Your test date is finally upon you and it’s now time for you to put your money where your mouth is. If you’re feeling a bit shaky, we’ve got you covered. Our guide to avoiding test day nerves, and tips for relaxing before the test, are sure to get you good and ready for the driving test.

In terms of preparation, you just need to bring your provisional licence and get to Pembroke Dock ten minutes early. You’ll meet the examiner (don’t worry, they don’t bite!), show them your provisional and then sign a form.

The test will then consist of:

  • An eyesight test, where you’ll need to read a number plate from a distance of 20 metres
  • Two “show me, tell me” questions covering vehicle safety and maintenance
  • Twenty minutes of general driving, where you’ll be guided by the examiner, and will also need to perform one of the following manoeuvres:
  • Twenty minutes of independent driving, during which you’ll either follow sat nav directions or sign posts to reach a set destination

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Once you’ve given us this information, we’ll get to work on fast-tracking your test at Pembroke Dock and matching you up with a local, DVSA-approved instructor. Together, you’ll create your own lesson plan and tackle everything from clutch control to dual carriageways!

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