Uxbridge driving test centre
Emergency short notice driving test car hire for tests in Uxbridge.
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Have you recently failed a driving test?
Need to pass quick are you ready for your driving test?
If so, don’t delay, Call us today and book your last minute emergency cancellation driving test. Short notice driving test can be available this week or next week. If your driving test is already booked, We can forward it to an earlier date.
If you have taken a test recently,
you will need to wait 10 working days before you can take another driving test.
If your Theory Certificate is expiring and you are unable to book your test, we can book the Practical Driving Test for you to an earlier date.
The driving test from Uxbridge Driving Test Centre routes will cover Hillingdon, Cowley, Iver, Denham and part of Slough areas. the roads will feature many challenging roads and traffic systems. Roundabouts of all types are to be taken as are junctions and crossroads.
The test will also feature residential streets that are ideal to test your ability at dealing with oncoming traffic whilst driving on narrow streets or lanes. Residential roads are often used for test manoeuvres due to being slightly quieter. The examiner will also be testing you on busy A roads.
The test is to include 1 of the potential 4 manoeuvres along with the emergency stop procedure having a 1 in 3 possibility of being requested.
Uxbridge Driving Test Centre
Unit 7, Trade City Business Park, off Cowley Mill Road
Details of Test Centre
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|Motorcycle Module 1||1 week|
|Motorcycle module 2||1 week|
|Lorries, large vehicles and buses||Tests available|
|Approved driving instructor – part two||Tests available|
|Approved driving instructor – part three||Tests available|
We can find and Book you a last minute cancelled driving test in Uxbridge. We can also change and bring forward your driving test to an earlier date
Documents to bring to your Cancellation Driving Test
You must bring:
- your theory test pass certificate (or confirmation) if you’re not exempt from taking the theory test
- both parts of your driving licence – the photocard and the paper counterpart
You must take your signed driving licence and a valid passport if you have an old-style paper licence.
Your test will be cancelled and you’ll lose your fee if you don’t bring the right documents.
Lost driving licence
You’ll need to apply for a replacement driving licence if you lose yours. This could take up to 15 days. You may have to rearrange your test if this happens. If you call DVLA direct this can be done quicker.
Lost theory test certificate
Contact the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) with your name and driving licence number as soon as possible. DSA doesn’t issue replacement certificates, but will send you a letter containing your certificate number.
DSA – theory test enquiries
Telephone: 0300 200 1122 (English), 0300 200 1133 (Welsh)
Textphone: 0300 200 1166
Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm
We check for short notice driving test If you are ready for a Short Notice Driving Test call us today. Don’t delay, take your driving test sooner.
What happens during the Short Notice Driving Test
Before you start the driving ability part of your short notice driving test, you’ll have an eyesight check and be asked 2 vehicle safety questions.
You’ll have to read a number plate from a distance of:
- 20 metres for vehicles with a new-style number plate
- 20.5 metres for vehicles with an old-style number plate
You can write down what you see if you can’t speak English or have difficulty reading.
New-style number plates start with 2 letters followed by 2 numbers, eg AB51 ABC.
You’ll fail your driving test and the test won’t continue if you can’t pass the eyesight test.
Vehicle safety questions: ‘show me, tell me’
You’ll be asked 2 vehicle safety questions. These are also known as the ‘show me, tell me’ questions.
The examiner will ask you one ‘show me’ question, where you’ll have to show them how you’d carry out a vehicle safety check.
You’ll also be asked one ‘tell me’ question, where you’ll have to explain to the examiner how you’d carry out the check.
The driving ability part
The driving part of your cancellation test will last about 40 minutes. Throughout the test your examiner will be looking for an overall safe standard of driving.
Your general driving ability
During your test the examiner will give you directions that you should follow. You’ll drive in various road and traffic conditions. You should drive in the way your instructor has trained you.
It should include:
- normal stops
- an angle start (pulling out from behind a parked vehicle)
- a hill start
You might also be asked to carry out an emergency stop.
Reversing your vehicle safely
You’ll have to show how well you can reverse your vehicle. The examiner will ask you to do one of the following exercises:
- reversing around a corner
- turning in the road
- reverse parking – either into a parking bay, or parallel parking at the side of the road
Independent driving section
Your driving test will include around 10 minutes of independent driving. It’s designed to assess your ability to drive safely while making decisions on your own.
If you make mistakes
Carry on if you make a mistake, because if it’s not a serious mistake it might not affect your result.
Your examiner will stop your test if they think your driving is a danger to other road users.
Taking someone with you
Your examiner will ask if you want your instructor, or another person, to:
- sit in the back of your car during your driving test
- be with you after the test for the result and feedback
This person will usually be your driving instructor, but it could also be a relative or friend.
They must be over 16 and can’t take any part in the test.
The examiner’s supervisor
The examiner’s supervisor may come along as well. They will be watching the examiner’s performance, not yours. The supervisor won’t have any say in how you’re tested or in your result.
Your test might be cancelled and you could lose your fee if you don’t let the examiner’s supervisor go with you.