Based on Steeton Grove, Steeton test centre is moderately sized and can be found in the vicinity of Specialist Ducting Supplies, Ride Motorbikes and Dalesman Glass & Glazing. The go-to option for many learners in the Bradford area, there's plenty to know about Steeton test centre. Read on for directions, pass rates, test routes and much more about Steeton.
Male and female toilets are available
Arrangements will be made at this test centre if you have a disability
Situated in the centre of Steeton, to the north of Bradford itself, Steeton test centre isn't far from the A629 and A6068—making it accessible for all learners in Bradford and Steeton. Want to check out the centre before your lessons begin? You can find directions to Steeton test centre here.
Based in the Bradford area, Steeton test centre is surrounded by a range of varied road conditions—from narrow roads around Airedale General Hospital to dual carriageways like the A629—ensuring all learners heading here will be well and truly put through their paces on their driving test. Want to know more general information about Steeton? Take a look at these resources:
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, you don't have to panic too much—your instructor will no doubt be familiar with the roads that crop up the most on test routes. They'll have had you building up your driving skills on the very roads that are likely to show up on your practical. Looking for something more specific? Take a look at videos of Steeton test routes on YouTube.
Want to know what the chance of passing is in the UK? The national average is 45.8%. 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...
With pass rates mostly 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!
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 to Steeton 10 minutes early with your provisional. Your test will proceed with:
Once the practical test is over, the examiner will let you know if you've passed or failed. Regardless of the outcome, you'll be given a feedback sheet and verbal feedback, detailing any faults you made. 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, 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. Want to get back on the road ASAP? Get PassMeFast to fast-track your test. To get things moving, call us on 0333 123 4949, or contact us via our website.
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.