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Uxbridge Practical Driving Test Centre

If you are planning on taking your practical driving test at the Uxbridge test centre you won’t find it too much trouble to locate, it’s quite central to the town, Uxbridge is located just of the M25/M40 intersection. Uxbridge test centre is located on Cowley Mill Road on the Trade City Business Park, about 5 minutes from the town centre,  it is reasonably sized and caters for learners in the town of Uxbridge with its famous Brunel Universtity, it’s location with links to the M25 and M40 make it easily accessible to students across the surrounding counties also. We suggest getting to know your chosen test centre a bit better? The best way to do this is by reading our guide below. We will take you through directions, pass rates, test routes and much more!

Brunel University

Address

Unit 7, Trade City Business Park, Off Cowley Mill Road, Hillingdon, Uxbridge, Greater London, UB8 2DB.

Tests Offered at Uxbridge

  • Car
  • Motorcycle module 1
  • Motorcycle module 2

Parking

There are car parking spaces available at this test centre

Toilets

There are Male and female toilets available

Disabled Access

Disabled arangements can be made at this test centre

Phone Number

01895 814631

Check out the gov.uk – ‘book your driving test’ service for availability.

Directions to get to Uxbridge Practical Driving Test Centre

If you are not familiar with the area the best route to the test centre is to head for the M40 Junction 1 and follow signs to Uxbridge via the A4020 Oxford Road taking second exit ahead on the first roundabout and then again, second exit ahead on the second roundabout on to Cowley Road.From here take the second road on the right into Cowley Mill Road, at the traffic lights turn left onto Trade City Business Park. At the mini roundabout take first exit left and then follow the road, the test centre will be at the end of this road. There is parking at this test centre but try not to arrive earlier than 10 mins before your test so as not to cause congestion for other students taking their tests.

Here are the best directions to get there

What to expect on your practical driving test at Uxbridge?

This is the day and finally you are ready to take your practical driving test! Of course you will be  feeling a little nervous? you don’t need to be, the examiner is just going to be observing you driving safely, and the test is very straight forward and shouldn’t be anything new to you.

On the day of the test you just need to be at Uxbridge DVSA Driving Test Centre 10 mins before your test, making sure you have your Provisional Driving License with you. The test will be as follows. 

  • An eyesight test,  you’ll need to read a number plate from a distance of 20 metres.
  • One “tell me” questions covering vehicle safety and maintenance. (click here)

20 minutes of general driving, where you’ll be following instructions from the driving test examiner, and will also need to perform one of the following manoeuvres

 

One “show me” questions covering vehicle controls, this will be asked while you are driving along. (click here)

  • 20 minutes of independent driving,  you will either follow sat nav directions or sign posts to reach a set destination
  • You may also be asked to perform an emergency stop.
 

Once you get back to Uxbridge driving test centre, you’ll find out if all of your hard work has paid off. The examiner will tell you the result and give you some feedback  which will contain any faults you might have accumulated. If you pass, the examiner will also give you a test pass certificate and the opportunity to send off for your new licence then and there. The full test report will be sent to you via the email that you provided when you booked your driving test.

More details can be found Here

More about Uxbridge

If you’re to be a qualified driver in the Uxbridge area, be prepared to face a variety of difficult traffic conditions and road types. Whilst the driving examiner isn’t looking to fail you, their job is to make sure that you are actually ready to remove the L plates. As such, they’ll take you through a thorough test to see if you can handle safely all of the challenges Uxbridge has to offer. With a variety of dual carriageways, residential roads, and congested areas, you’ll also need to be at ease with responding to different speed limits, it is worth practicing this well as there are a lot of narrow streets both in the city and also in some of the outlying villages. Additionally there are some tricking box sections as you leave the test centre area and the business park these are definitely worth practising.

Want to be more familiar with Uxbridge? here are some useful links below.

Driving Test Routes

Having local knowledge of the test area will give you a great advantage when it comes to taking your driving test. The DVSA does not make test routes public however, The test routes available on our site are the knowledge gained from local driving instructors who are able to either sit in on lessons or can track their cars whilst they are out on test. They are all current routes that can be used by the DVSA examiners. Downloading the test routes yourself if you have someone else that you can practise driving with will be a huge advantage and potentially save you a considerable amount of money and possibly speed up the time it will take to pass your test.

We are so confident in the quality of our test routes we always offer a free sample of one of the routes for you to take look at and practice before buying the full pack of routes – click HERE for a FREE Uxbridge Driving Test Route

Uxbridge Practical Driving Test Centre - Pass Rates

 
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What If I Fail?

It can be very upsetting to not pass your driving test, but as you can see from the figures above that quite a few people do not pass their driving test immediately, it may take them several attempts. Don’t be disheartened by this and take the time to do further practise and seek professional advice from an instructor if you feel it is nessasary.

 Once you feel ready to take your test you can re-book through the gov.uk – ‘book your driving test’ service additionally, you can use various websites/apps to find earlier cancellation appointments the one we recommend is below.

If you need a new driving instructor try searching for one at Drive Academy – one of the UK’s leading directories of driving instructors