Chertsey test centre is a little off the beaten track—you’ll need to head to The Forum industrial estate, towards the southern end of the town, to take your test here. If you’re heading here for your practical test, we’d advise you get to know it a bit better. To help you get to grips with Chertsey test centre, we’ve put together a guide that includes directions, pass rates, test routes and much more.
A car park is available at the test centre
Male and female toilets are available
You can get into the test centre in a wheelchair
Based right in the centre of Chertsey itself, a stone’s throw from Free Prae Road Park and Playgolf Abbey Moor, the test centre is right near the London Orbital Motorway—making it accessible for learners across Surrey. Want to get there without any fuss? Just use these directions and you’ll get there just fine.
The area in which Chertsey test centre is located is certainly diverse enough, offering examiners an abundance of road features to test learners on. From the busy A317 to the tricky roundabout off Bell Bridge Road to quiet residential roads around Chertsey Abbey, learners will need to keep their wits about them in order to tackle the Chertsey test route. If you’re looking for more general information about the Chertsey area, simply check out the resources below.
Been trawling through the internet for Chertsey test route? The DVSA no longer publishes test routes, so you won’t be able to find anything that’s up to date. Fortunately, you can still get a rough idea of what might crop up by looking at videos of Chertsey test routes on YouTube or by downloading our sample Chertsey driving test routes. Your instructor will also have you building up your driving skills on the roads and features that are most likely to show up on the Chertsey test route. As a result, you won’t be too out of your element on the day of your test.
Got a soft spot for stats? Dying to know how other learners perform on the driving test in the UK? The national average currently stands at 45.9%. If you’d like to see this broken down by location, age and gender, simply check out our compilation of driving test pass rates. If you’d rather look at how those at Chertsey have fared in recent years, take a look at the table below.
Chertsey’s pass rates have been pretty impressive in the last few years—well above the national average. Whilst inspiring, we’d like to remind you not to get too carried away with pass rates. The examiner is testing your driving skills, not taking note of pass rates.
Once you’ve completed your lessons, you’ve only got one final step to take before you become a fully qualified driver: the practical test. In terms of preparation, you need to arrive at Chertsey test centre 10 minutes early with your provisional licence. Your test will then consist of:
Your practical will officially end once you’re parked back up at Chertsey test centre. You won’t have to wait long for your results. The examiner will walk you through the feedback sheet and tell you whether you’ve passed or failed. If you are successful, you’ll be handed a test pass certificate—ideal for posing with! You’ll also be able to send off for your new licence.
If you end up failing your test, you can rest assured in the knowledge that you’re not the only learner to have done so. Some learners take a while to get things just right—Cheryl passed after 24 years! It’s as simple as working on your weakest areas (courtesy of the feedback sheet) and getting back behind the wheel. PassMeFast can speed up the entire process with a fast-track practical. Simply call us on 0333 123 4949 or contact us online to get booked in.
PassMeFast is the ideal option for learners who are determined to get passed fast—the trick’s in the name! Our crash course packages are ideal for learners with any level of experience and can be completed in an intensive or semi-intensive manner, depending on your overall availability. So, if you’re looking to learn to drive in the Chertsey area, check out our course prices and book in online, or call us on 0333 123 4949.