If you’ve decided to take your driving test in Perth, you’ll find your local test centre, like many others in the UK, in the middle of a local industrial estate. Perth Arran Road test centre is a five minute drive from the city centre, so it’s easily accessible for local learners and those coming in from further afield.
To avoid any confusion on your big day, your best bet is to get better acquainted with your chosen test centre. Don’t worry—we’ve done all of the hard work for you! Simply keep on reading to get contact details, pass rates and more!
Male and female toilets are available
Special arrangements will be made at this test centre if you have a disability
Haven’t had the chance to look around Perth Arran Road test centre before? If you’re shaky on road signs, use these directions with a sat nav. Once you’re more comfortable with the local roads, you can try your hand at heading there without any help.
Your driving test will begin with the examiner guiding you out of North Muirton Industrial Estate. You might end up nudged towards the roads around Inveralmond, which are quite compact. This could cause problems if you end up facing oncoming traffic whilst manoeuvring around parked vehicles, so keep an eye on your road positioning and speed.
The examiner will then guide you around the city which, as you’re probably aware, remains busy no matter what time of the day it is. You’ll likely encounter a lot of stop-start traffic, pedestrians and cyclists—so keep making observations and checking your blindspots. At some point, the examiner will have you demonstrate one of the manoeuvres in one of the car parks, or on one of the quieter, residential roads.
Eventually, the examiner will pick out a local A road for you to head onto. They’re certainly spoilt for choice here in Perth. They could pick out the A9 and take you up towards Dunkeld, the A90 towards Longforgan, or even the A85 towards Forebrae.
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Below, we’ll walk you through some general driving test pass rates that might interest you. If you’re looking for more in depth trends and patterns, however, you should head on over to the PassMeFast Blog. There, you’ll be able to explore everything from why it’s easier to pass at certain test centres to how many average attempts it takes to pass the driving test.
At the moment, the current national average stands at 45.9%. Those heading to Perth Arran Road seem to perform slightly better than this, as you can see in the table below...
If you’re looking to cast the net wider and increase your chances of getting an earlier test date, you’ve got plenty of other test centre options available. Those closest to Perth Arran Road include:
So your test date has finally arrived. Feeling nervous? Trust us, it happens to almost all learner drivers, so don’t be worried. The best way to ease those butterflies in your tummy is by reading our guide to avoiding test day nerves and trying out our tips to relax before the test.
In terms of preparation, you’ll need to bring your provisional with you and get to Perth Arran Road ten minutes early. There, you’ll meet the examiner, show them your provisional and sign a quick form.
Your test will then proceed with:
If you’re looking for a crash course provider, but don’t fancy taking time off work or picking a one-size-fits all package, PassMeFast is the answer. We don’t just help learners pass fast, we offer them flexible, tailored courses that suit their experience level and availability.
We have a range of beginner, intermediate and advanced courses that are ideal for every learner driver out there. Whether you’ve never been behind the wheel before or you’ve taken the test and failed, we’ve got something for everyone. And that’s not all! We offer fast-track practical tests that help you skip long test waiting times, and guarantee quality tuition with a local ADI. Working one-on-one with your instructor, you’ll create a lesson plan that fits around your schedule and become test-ready in mere weeks.
Eager to get started? That’s the spirit! Figure out how many hours you need by looking at our course prices page, or by trying our course recommender tool. Next, give us a call on 0333 123 4949, or book online!