Practical Driving Test Centre Address:
Manor Way North
Average Pass Rate:
Erith driving test centre is on an industrial estate next to the Thames River. The pass rate for the centre is fairly low, which is likely to be because of the busy urban streets the test takes place on. It would, therefore, be important to practice the A2016 and Eastern Way roads as these are likely to come up in your exam. On your test, the route could also involve roundabouts, crossroads and junctions of a complex nature.
DTC: Driving Test Centre | T/L: Traffic Light | EOR: End Of Road
Unfortunately, no routes are known at this time
When booking your test it’s important to think about the time of day you’ll be taking it at. For example if you take your test in rush hour before the hours of 9 o’clock you will be likely to be stuck in traffic and compete against impatient drivers, anxious to get to work on time. However, after 9 the roads are less likely to be filled with traffic, giving you more space on the road. The table shown is our opinion on the optimum time to take your test, to avoid traffic.
On the day of the test, you will be required to complete 1 of 3 possible manoeuvres at a selected location on the route. This will either be a turn in the road ( 3 point turn), Parallel park or a bay park. The bay park however, can only be carried out at the end of the test on the test centre car park, so it can be useful to practice on the car park when the centre is closed if possible. It’s also at the examiner’s discretion to incorporate an emergency stop into the test.