Cardington Driving Test Centre Bedford

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Cardington Driving Test Centre Bedford

Cardington Driving Test Centre Bedford

Cardington driving test centre Bedford is situated in the outer part of Bedford which a busy part of the area. Candidates start their car practical driving test from Harrowden lane, a nice and quiet road.

Cardington Driving Test Centre Bedford Address

Cardington Training Establishment
Paul Waller Avenue
Cardington
Bedfordshire
MK44 3EQ

Bedford is a big country town of Bedfordshire in the East region of England. It comes in Bedfordshire county. According to the office for National Statistics, Bedford’s population was around 174,000 in mid-2019.

Driving Test Routes in Bedford

Test routes in Bedford are a mixture of various and different types of roundabouts, junctions, dual and single carriageways, cross-roads, etc. Driving test routes also involve driving on countryside roads and dual carriages like A421.

Some roundabouts in Bedford can be nerve-wracking for candidates, especially those who have not practiced them enough. It is of great significance that candidates understand and follow the rule of lane discipline on approach to any roundabout. Some of the multi-lanes roundabouts may require extra manual or automatic driving lessons in Bedford with professionals. For example Cardington roundabout.

Facilities at Cardington Driving Test Centre Bedford

Bedford DTC provides tests for motorcycle module 1 (off-road), Motorcycle module 2 (on-road), car, approved driving instructor – ADI part-2, and ADI part-3. They have their car park facility for candidates. Male and female toilets are available at Bedford driving test centre. Also, access to candidates with a disability is available.

All the driving examiners at Bedford DTC are kind, nice and try to put candidate(s) at ease. Candidates should avoid arriving at the test centre earlier than 5-10 minutes of their practical test.

Where to Practice Driving in Bedford

The area for practice driving depends on which part of the Bedford you live in. Learner drivers should practice driving somewhere in a quiet area(s) with long and straight road(s). Industrial estates in the evening when the offices are closed. Learners may also practice somewhere in the parking lots at a quiet time when shops are closed and parking lots are empty.

Pass Rate And Waiting Time

The pass rate at Bedford test centre was about 46% in 2018-19. Car practical test waiting time may vary from 3 – 8+ weeks. Our driving instructors in Bedford recommend and advise around 45-60 hours of driving lessons before candidates go for their practical test as this will obviously increase the candidate’s chances to pass the first time.

Luton driving test centre is one of the nearest test centre to Bedford. Talk with an experienced team of aDriving if you are looking for manual or automatic driving lessons in Bedford and surrounding areas. Like us on facebook for all the latest driving updates.