If Steeton is your chosen test centre, you might be wondering where to start. Situated in West Yorkshire, Steeton is a small village—so you can expect to face a lot of rural and residential areas. Not had the chance to look around the area? Unfamiliar with the test centre? That’s fine—we’ve got all the essential information here. From pass rates to test routes to what to expect on the day, we’ve got you fully covered!


Station Road Steeton Keighley West Yorkshire BD20 6RW

Tests Offered at Steeton

  • Car
  • Motorcycle module 1
  • Lorries, large vehicles and buses




Male and female toilets are available

Disabled Access

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

Phone Number

0153 5657020

Check the book your driving test service for availability.

How To Get There

You can find directions to Steeton test centre here. While you might not be too familiar with Steeton test centre or its surrounding area at the start of your driving journey, you should become more accustomed to it as you progress. The benefit of learning to drive around your chosen test centre is that you’ll be less likely to be surprised by anything on your test route. If you can master all the difficult road features in the local area, you’ll give yourself an extra edge in your practical. Steeton test centre has male and female toilets, and arrangements will be made if you have a disability.

A Bit More About Steeton

Situated in the Bradford area, Steeton test centre is sure to offer learners a wide variety of challenges. You’ll have to ensure you’re comfortable with rural driving—there will be plenty of narrow roads and sharp bends. Don’t forget about high-speed roads—dual carriageways like the A629 will also crop up on your test. As long as you’ve driven around Steeton prior to your test, though, you should be fine. Want to know more? Take a look at these resources:

Steeton Test Route

There’s no test route available for Steeton—the DVSA stopped publishing them to prevent students from practicing before exams. While we can’t give you a definite route, we can give you a few tips. Examiners expect learners to confidently face both urban and rural roads, testing speed perception and vehicle control. Your test route will contain as many traffic systems and road types as it can in order to give you the opportunity to put all of your skills into action.

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Steeton Test Pass Rates

Want to know what the chance of passing is in the UK? The national average is 47%. For learners in Yorkshire and the Humber, your chances rise by 0.1%. Want a more magnified look? See how learners have fared at Steeton test centre in the last five years...

2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
47.9% 48.2% 48.1% 53% 48.2%

With pass rates higher than the national average, there’s not much to complain about when it comes to Steeton. All you need to do is remember everything you’ve been taught, try not to panic, and you’ll be fine!

What If I Can't Go To Steeton?

There’s a wide selection of West Yorkshire test centres to head to. The closest alternative however, branches into North Yorkshire with Skipton test centre.

What To Expect On The Day

After completing your chosen driving course, you’ll be set to take your practical test. On the day, just try to relax—worrying won’t get you anywhere! All you need to do on the day is:

  • Get there 10 minutes early
  • Bring your provisional licence

Before you even get in the car, the examiner will ask you to read a number plate 20 or 20.5 metres away as part of an eyesight test. Once you’ve done so, you’ll be asked two questions—one before you start driving and the other whilst you’re driving—from the “show me, tell me” section regarding the maintenance of your car, e.g., “Show me how you would check the handbrake for excessive wear”. The independent driving section will require you to drive following a sat nav—1 in 5 learners however, will be asked to follow traffic signs. You’ll also be tested on the following manoeuvres:

  • Parallel parking
  • Bay parking
  • Pulling up on the right

Once the practical test is over, your examiner will let you know if you’ve passed or failed. If you’ve passed, you’ll get your test pass certificate. If you want them to send you your new licence, you’ll have to give them your provisional. If you failed your test, the examiner will let you know exactly where you went wrong. The practical test will take approximately 40 minutes.

But What If I Fail?

If you failed your test, don’t worry about it—it can happen to a lot of people, especially if it’s their first time. You can make use of the feedback your examiner gave you to improve your driving before you go in for another test.

If you don’t want to fuss about booking in for another practical, why not let PassMeFast take care of everything for you? We can book you in for another test as soon as two weeks later, after the 10 working day limit. And if you’re a student, you can enjoy an exclusive discount! If you’ve still got questions, head on over to our FAQ page. To get things moving however, you can call us on 0333 123 4949 or contact us via our website.

Improve Your Chances With PassMeFast

If you’re tired of hourly driving lessons, you might find an intensive course to be a better fit. PassMeFast offers intensive—and semi-intensive—courses that can be completed in weeks or even days. The main benefit of these courses is that they’re flexible—you can fit them around your busy work and home schedules. And because we’re so dedicated to getting you passed fast, we offer fast-track practical tests so you don’t have to even think about long driving test waiting times.

So what’s next? Simply head to our course prices page and pick a course. You can also read up on our driving courses rundown for the full details. Once you’ve got a rough idea of what you want, give us a call on 0333 123 4949 or book a course online.