For those of you living in Huddersfield or the surrounding area, you’ve got a convenient test centre located not far from the city centre. Huddersfield test centre is surrounded by a wide variety of road types—ranging from narrow, residential roads to busy, urban ones—so there’s a lot to be aware of before you go for your practical. We’re always looking to help learner drivers, which is why we’ve compiled everything you need to know about Huddersfield test centre—from test routes to pass rates—in the guide below...
Parking spaces are available at this test centre
Arrangements will be made at this centre if you have a disability
You can find directions to Huddersfield test centre here. Not familiar with the surrounding area of the test centre? That’s fine—your lessons will usually involve driving around the nearby roads and getting to grips with the various road types that might show up on your test. Huddersfield test centre has parking spaces available, so make sure you get a space in time for your test. Arrangements will be made at this centre if you have a disability.
The Huddersfield area is filled with challenging road features—even if you’re a local, there’s a lot to take in. While driving around for your lessons, you should pay attention to the areas that trip you up the most. Then, you can ask your instructor to test you on them repeatedly until you’re completely confident. You’ll want to practice especially hard on high-speed A roads like the A640. If you’re looking to get to know Huddersfield better, try out the resources below...
Have you been looking around for the Huddersfield test route? With the DVSA putting a stop to publishing routes, we expect you’ve probably not had much luck. Instead of dwelling on this, you should spend your time improving your driving. Everyone has weaknesses—figure out what yours are and ask your instructor for tips. For example, if your clutch control is a little bit off, try to practice as much as possible—don’t just stick to residential areas, test the waters with dual carriageways. Practice makes perfect, so keep up the hard work!
Not had the chance to drive around in the evening yet? Read up on our tips and tricks for driving at night.
There’s a great selection of driving test pass rate statistics out there if you’re particularly interested. For example, we’ve compiled pass rates by area and Huddersfield test centre’s pass rates from the last few years below...
There’s not much to complain about with Huddersfield’s pass rates—they’ve surpassed the national average of 47% in the past few years. Of course, you can’t just depend on pass rates to get by. You’ve got to put in the effort to get the best result—getting your hands on that brand new licence!
After completing your full driving course, you should finally be ready for that all-important practical test. On the day, all you’ve got to do is:
You’ll begin by taking a quick eyesight test which involves reading out a number plate from 20 or 20.5 metres away. The examiner will then follow this with two questions in the “show me, tell me” section of the test. These questions involve the maintenance of your car, e.g., “Show me how you’d clean the windscreen using the windscreen washer and wipers”. One question will be asked before you start driving and the other will be during your test route. The independent driving section itself is simple enough. You’re just following a route using a sat nav, or traffic signs if you’re one of the 1 in 5 candidates asked to do so. You’ll also be asked to demonstrate the following manoeuvres:
At the end of your test, you’ll receive your test pass certificate if you’ve passed. If you need them to send you your new licence, you’ll have to hand over your provisional. If you failed, the examiner will walk you through exactly where you went wrong. The test should take around 40 minutes.
While it can be disappointing to fail your practical test, it’s not the end of the world. You can quite easily pass the next time around as long as you take on board the examiner’s feedback. You can use this feedback to improve your driving as much as you can before your next test.
If you’re in need of another practical, PassMeFast can book you one as soon as two weeks later (after the 10 working day limit). If you’re not completely confident to take your practical again, you can take a quick refresher course to prepare. To get things started, why not give us a call on 0333 123 4949? Or, if you’d prefer, you can contact us on our website.
PassMeFast is very different to traditional driving schools. Instead of taking lessons over several months, you can take an intensive or semi-intensive course in the space of days or weeks. These courses enable students to build up their knowledge constantly so that they’re fully prepared for their practical tests. To get a better idea, check out our crash courses guide. We also offer fast-track practical tests so that you can take your tests without worrying about DVSA waiting times, which can stretch over weeks or even months. And with our DVSA-approved instructors, you can learn all the skills you need to pass your test.
Get started today! Look at our course prices and see what’s on offer—we even offer student discount! Simply give us a call on 0333 123 4949 or book a course online to take one step closer to getting on the road.