The town of Crieff might be famous for its whisky, but we know it better as the home to one of only four practical test centres in Perth and Kinross. As with many test centres in the UK, Crieff test centre is situated in the town’s local fire station, which certainly makes it easy to find for locals and visitors alike.
If you’re keen to get ahead of the competition, you won’t go wrong with our essential test centre guide. It will walk you through what happens in the driving test, what you can do to increase your chances of passing and much more!
Parking spaces are available
Male and female toilets are available
This centre has no wheelchair access
During your lessons, your instructor will take you up to Crieff test centre and help you build up a familiarity with the roads around it. If you’re planning to take a look around before this happens, however, you’ll want to use these directions to avoid taking a wrong turn.
Your driving test route at Crieff will probably start with the examiner guiding you up the A822 towards the town centre. This will take you past multiple B&Bs, Crieff Cottage Hospital and other local businesses. As you’d expect, this might mean that you’ll encounter heavy foot and road traffic, especially during the busier times of the day. In these types of situations, the examiner will be keeping a close eye on your observations and clutch control.
Depending on the exact route, your driving test manoeuvre demonstration might take place in the centre of Crieff itself. The examiner might pick out one of the local car parks, or they could choose one of the roads around Dollerie Terrace, for example.
Almost all driving test routes end up incorporating a local A road into the mix, as it’s a good way of seeing how well a learner can adapt to a different speed system, and how aware they are of their surroundings. You’ll either end up on the A85, potentially towards Dalginross, or on the A822 towards an area like Braco.
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If you’re still not entirely sold on the idea of taking your practical in Crieff, or you’re simply mulling over your options, there are other test centres to choose from. If you’re sticking close to Perth and Kinross, your nearest options include:
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You’ll also need to double check that you have your provisional, otherwise you won’t be able to take the test. You and your instructor will then get to Crieff test centre 10 minutes early. You’ll park up, meet the examiner and then sign a form.
Once that’s sorted, your test will proceed with:
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Once that’s squared away, you’ll get started on your driving lessons. Together, with your DVSA-approved instructor, you’ll work on building up your muscle memory, experience and confidence, until you’re more than prepared for what will happen in the test.