If you live in the southern Welsh county of Merthyr Tydfil, there’s only one place in the area where you can sit the theory test, and that’s in the town of the same name! Yes, the Merthyr Tydfil theory test centre is likely to be a popular choice for many learners living in and around this area.
In order to prepare yourself for a successful test day, make sure you have a read of our complete guide to this test centre. We’ll cover important statistics like pass rates, as well as exploring useful information like local transport links and study aids.
0333 200 1122 Please note: no direct phone number is available for this theory test centre.
Nearest train station: Merthyr Tydfil (9-minute walk)
Nearest bus stop: Coffins Row (6-minute walk)
Nearest car park: Castle (4-minute walk)
If you want to pass your theory test you will have to embrace your inner geek a little bit. The test questions can be quite tricky and developing your hazard perception skills takes practice. As you need to pass both the multiple choice section and hazard perception test in order to gain a pass certificate, there’s quite a bit to do!
Before you freak out about how to revise for the theory test, take a look at some of the helpful resources we’ve included in the list below. Researching how the test is structured and taking mock tests will make a huge difference on test day!
Perhaps you’re not tied to the Merthyr Tydfil area and you fancy using the theory test as an excuse to travel further afield. If that’s the case, you’ll want to know about nearby test centres. The closest options to Merthyr Tydfil are Bridgend and Cardiff.
Passed the theory test and ready to move on to the next stage of your driving journey? Well done! That’s a big achievement and we love learners who are enthusiastic about hitting the road. The good news is that that’s exactly what you’ll be doing next!
The practical test requires you to be able to show a range of driving skills in front of a DVSA examiner. They’ll want to see that you’re a skilled, safe and confident driver. In order to prepare for this test we highly recommend that you take driving lessons with a qualified ADI. It’s also a good idea to book your practical test appointment quite early, so that you have something to work towards.
If this sounds like quite a big undertaking, that’s because it is. Learning to drive involves quite a lot of organisation and time. Thankfully, though, PassMeFast can make this process a whole lot easier. We’ll find you an instructor who can offer intensive lessons, provide you with encouragement along the way and even book a fast-tracked test on your behalf, helping you to swerve long DVSA wait times.
To get more of an idea of how we can help you earn your licence nice and quickly, give us a call on 0333 123 4949. Or, to really speed things up, book online today!