Newport Driving Test Centre
Provided are contact details for Newport Driving Test Centre, test route tips, test booking information and help passing the driving test in Gwent.
TEST CENTRE CONTACT DETAILS
Practical Driving Test Centre Address
Stephenson Street, off Corporation Road
Test Centre Details: Car parking spaces available for test candidates. Male and female toilet facilities available.
Test Centre Provides Tests For: Car, Taxi, Motorcycle Module 1, Motorcycle Module 2
THE DRIVING TEST IN Newport
The driving test from Newport Driving Test Centre will involve one from the possible four test manoeuvres. The choice of which manoeuvre taken is down to the examiner. Every other driving test conducted, emergency stop procedure is requested and on every test, approximately 10 minutes of independent driving.
Your test will involve many varied roads and traffic systems from out-of-town village and country roads (see the country road driving tutorial for advice on these road types), high speed ‘A’ roads and in-town busy roads where roundabouts, crossroads and junctions will be incorporated in the the test from Newport Driving Test Centre.
Test centre routes are designed by the examiners who conduct practical tests at their local test centre. The routes are designed in such a way so to involve as many diverse roads and traffic systems as possible, often including very challenging parts.
Gaining knowledge of the test routes provides valuable insight into the type of roads that will be taken during your test. Driving test routes may be available to view or a downloadable app for your mobile device in your area, including Newport Driving Test Centre.
BOOKING A DRIVING TEST AT Newport DRIVING TEST CENTRE
Many test candidates benefit from booking their driving test so that it’s scheduled outside of rush hour traffic. Booking a test is easily completed and can be taken from Monday through to Friday and at certain busier test centres, Saturday tests are an option. Weekend tests incur a slightly higher test fee.
Book a driving test by phone
Practical driving tests can be booked over the telephone via an automated service. To book a test at Newport Driving Test Centre, see the book a driving test section for booking contact telephone numbers. Although this is an automated service, a Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) assistant can be reached by following the prompts.
Book your driving test online
The majority of test candidates book their driving test over the internet as the available free test slots are made visible to be taken. To make a test booking at Newport 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.
Newport DRIVING TEST CENTRE PASS RATES
Throughout the UK practical driving test centres, pass rates vary. Certain centres, often in very busy areas may have a slightly lower pass rate and in this situation, some test candidates decide to take their test at an alternative test centre. The driving test pass rates section may show driving test pass rate statistics for your practical test centre.
Newport TEST CENTRE TELEPHONE NUMBER
Your practical driving test centre contact telephone number (including Newport 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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Newport Test Centre is becoming a cash cow for the DVLA, pass rate is less than 50%. My Daughter has just failed her test for the 3rd time, each time it's been a nonsense excuse, if you can take your test in Abergavenny, then I would recommend it, their pass rate is higher
It's sad to discover that not all the examiners are pleasant or approachable. One in particular has a bad attitude problem, makes drivers feel uncomfortable & seems quite intimidating. Not naming names but I've heard a few complaints about the same person. Shameful.
Failed my driving test here (very much my fault, I almomst drifted into another car oops), but the examiner was really friendly which really helped to subside the nerves. I would say Newport is not an easy drive, but it's not the test centre's fault! And I'm sure people who pass here turn out to be better drivers for it in the long run. Hopefully I'll pass next week lol. (also they give cups of tea in the waiting room, i approve).
Passed here twice one after a driving ban examiners very good and fair made me feel relaxed thank you guys
My daughter failed her test yesterday just as she was coming back to the centre at the end. She was following the sat nav as instructed and until that point only had 7 minors. She was doing well and knew it. Then suddenly the examiner gave her an instruction which she didn't understand. She hesitated and some idiot swerved past her on the inside. He failed her for that. Young and nervous, she didn't have the bottle to say that he hadn't made himself clear. This examiner is notorious for his abruptness, lack of empathy, and his unfriendly manner. I know that examiners are there to do a job. Not to be your friend. But this was highly unfair.