Macclesfield Driving Test Centre
Provided are contact details for Macclesfield Driving Test Centre, test route tips, test booking information and help passing the driving test in Cheshire.
TEST CENTRE CONTACT DETAILS
Practical Driving Test Centre Address
10 Bridge Street
Test Centre Details: Male and female toilet facilities available. There is no ramp access for wheelchair users. Special arrangements will be made. No test candidate car parking spaces available.
Test Centre Provides Tests For: Car, Motorcycle module 2
THE DRIVING TEST IN Macclesfield
The various road types taken on the test routes from Macclesfield Driving Test Centre are busy urban roads, high paced ‘A’ roads such as the A537 and A536 and rural country roads. Rural roads in particular can be challenging due to the frequent high speeds and meeting harsh corners.
The country road driving tutorial aims to offer advice on how to use safe and appropriate speed for these road types. The examiner often tests your ability on residential roads where test manoeuvres often take place. These roads are also ideal for testing your ability for meeting traffic within narrow lanes and dealing with the situation accordingly.
The passing parked cars tutorial offers advice on this. High driving proficiency at traffic systems such as roundabouts, crossroads and junctions of all types and sizes is essential. The examiner will request one of the possible four manoeuvres along with the emergency stop having a 1-in-3 chance of being requested. Driving tests now all require the test candidate to demonstrate around 10 minutes of independent driving.
Test routes are available for many of the UK practical driving test centres and may include Macclesfield driving test routes. The routes aid test candidates in gaining an understanding of the various roads and systems that the examiner will take you on during your test. Routes can be viewed on this website or downloaded as an app.
BOOKING A DRIVING TEST AT Macclesfield DRIVING TEST CENTRE
Practical tests can be booked throughout the day at the majority of UK driving test centres. Certain test centres in busy areas also offer Saturday test booking, though the booking fee is slightly higher. Booking a driving test is easily completed via telephone or via the internet.
Book a driving test by phone
Practical driving tests in the UK are booked via the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). Driving tests can be booked by telephone or via the internet (see below). To book a test at Macclesfield Driving Test Centre, see the book a driving test section for booking contact telephone numbers. This is an automated service, though a DVSA assistant can be reached by following the options provided.
Book your driving test online
The most popular method for booking a practical test is via the internet. Upon making a booking, the available times and dates will be displayed for your chosen test centre. To make a test booking at Macclesfield Driving Test Centre, see the book a driving test section.
Rescheduling or cancelling the driving test
Driving Tests can be rescheduled or cancelled. Changing your driving test date can be done providing three working days’ notice is given. To cancel your test and receive a full refund from DVSA bookings, three working days’ notice must also be provided. Saturdays are also classed as a working day.
Macclesfield DRIVING TEST CENTRE PASS RATES
Pass rates vary from each test centre, often due to the difficulty of the test routes. Some test candidates choose a test centre outside of their location due to the type roads that are taken on the test. The driving test pass rates section may show driving test pass rate statistics for your practical test centre.
Macclesfield TEST CENTRE TELEPHONE NUMBER
Your practical driving test centre contact telephone number (including Macclesfield Driving Test Centre) may be located on your test booking email confirmation, or found within the driving test centre contact numbers section. Test centres must not be contacted to book, cancel or amend a driving test however (see above), and only to contact the centre manager if you have any questions or concerns regarding your test, for example if a test is still going ahead due to bad weather (See driving tests in bad weather for further information).
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Examiner is horrible , failed me for stopping at a traffic light
First test my examiner was really rude which made me feel very nervous. I instantly failed within the first 5 minutes and I began crying, yet she still forced me to drive the rest of the test even though I was extremely unsafe and shouldn't have been on the road driving. Second test, my instructor was really good, yet the test ran longer than 40 minutes and I failed as I was too close to a van whilst on the way back to the test centre. On my third test, I had the same woman that I had on my first test and she failed me for undue hesitation even though it was very busy and cars were speeding. And also apparently my approach speed was bad even though I was in second gear for nearly all junctions (except give ways). Everything else on my third test was perfect. Seems impossible to pass here and that it is a money making scheme. I've lost nearly £300 just to book a test as it costs £69 each time (plus paying £50 to the driving instructor each time).
Really not satisfactory... prepare to fail for "nothing" if you take your test here. Are the examiners getting back handed deals from instructors, they all seem VERY friendly and happy to pass on the "failed" information. Something the DVLA should look into perhaps.
Failed 2st time and understood and accepted why. 2nd time I thought I'd driven really well to be told and been unsafe turning at a set of traffic lights. I really don't see how or why I was unsafe. Is this a money spinner?
Aim is to fail ... very bad center