If you’re a local learner, you might have gone past Dunfermline test centre without realising—that’s because it’s part of the Vine Conference Centre. If you’d like to avoid any confusion on your big day, you’ll want to carefully make your way through our guide below. We’ll help you figure out what happens on the driving test and even give you tips on how to increase your chances of passing!
No car park is available at the test centre
Male toilets are available
Arrangements will be made at this test centre if you have a disability
In order to prepare you for the driving test and its routes, your instructor will take you to Dunfermline test centre multiple times throughout your driving lessons. If you’re getting a feel for the area before they get the chance, however, just use these directions with a sat nav to avoid getting lost.
Once you move past the conference centre, there are a range of complex and tricky road types in the Dunfermline area, from the A907 to the swarm of roundabouts along Aberdour Road. Don’t worry too much about this—you’ll cover all of it in your lessons. If you’re more interested in learning about the local area in general, these links should do the trick:
Nothing quite captures the attention of learner drivers as much as driving test pass rates. It’s understandable, of course. What better way is there to figure out how well you might do on the test? That’s why we’ve compiled Dunfermline’s pass rates from the last five years in the table below!
Not too sure if Dunfermline is the test centre for you? As long as you don’t mind travelling slightly further afield from your local area, you can take your practical at:
So, after what seems like a century, you’ve finally mastered the driving fundamentals needed to pass the practical. The only thing left is for you to put your money where your mouth is. Dun, dun, dun!
Before you let your excitement get the best of you, triple-check that you have your provisional before you leave for Dunfermline. You won’t be able to take the test without it. Next, get to the test centre 10 minutes before your test is due to start. Once you’ve met your examiner, you’ll make your way through your test as follows:
Learning to drive doesn’t have to be complicated. With PassMeFast, it couldn’t be any easier to become a fully qualified driver. When you book onto one of our courses, we’ll match you up with a CX Adviser who will take care of all the heavy lifting—assigning you a local ADI, booking your tests and answering any questions you might have. You’ll even get to decide the pace of your course! Depending on whether you opt for an intensive or semi-intensive pace, you’ll be behind the wheel for 2 to 5 hours at a time.
Keen to ditch the L-plates? You’ll want to take a closer look at our crash course packages on our course prices page. Read the descriptions carefully and, once you’ve picked out the right one, give us a call on 0333 123 4949, or book online!