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The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) no longer publish learner driver or ADI driving test routes for public viewing.

Detailed below are the ADI driving test routes for Leeds Driving Test Centre. The test routes are developed by examiners for potential driving instructors to be taken during the ADI Part 2 test.

The test routes may have altered as this is down to the discretion of the examiner, or they may remain similar or identical. Test routes are for Leeds Harehills, ADI routes 1-6.

Use the test routes below to form a knowledge base for the various types of roads and traffic systems that you will encounter during the ADI Part 2. The routes are to assist potential driving instructors into formulating their own routes for the Part 2 test based on the structure of the ADI routes found below.


ADI Driving test routes for Sat Nav, Google Maps, Google Earth, iPhone, Android & CoPilot Live may be available. Browse to see if the Leeds driving test routes are available for your device in the Driving Test Routes for Sat Nav section.


  • EOR – End of Road
  • T/L – Traffic Lights
  • DTC – Driving Test Centre
Name of Practical Test CentreLeeds (Harehills)
Type of Test RouteADI Part 2
Name/ Number of RoadDirection
Driving Test Route Number1
DTC1st right
Coldcotes AvenueEOR right
Foundry ApproachBecomes
Coldcoates CircusEOR left
Cold Cottes DriveEOR right
Oakwood LaneEOR right
Wykebeck Valley Rd2nd right
Gipton ApproachEOR left
York Rd1st right
Selby RdLeft
Wilfred AvenueEOR right
Green LaneLeft
Park StEOR right
Primrose LaneEOR left
Green LaneRight
Gravelythorpe LaneEOR left
Green Lane2 nd left
Temple WalkEOR left
Selby Rd /Knights HillEOR left
Selby RdRoundabout ahead
Selby Rd A631st roundabout ahead, 2nd roundabout right
M1 South (Junction 44) Slip RdRoundabout right, 2 ND roundabout ahead
B6481 Pontefract RdBecomes
Thwaite GateBecomes
Low RdBecomes
Hunslet Rd2nd T/L right
South Accommodation RdRight
Green LaneLeft mini roundabout
Pontefract LaneBecomes
East Park ParadeBecomes
Ivy StRight 2nd roundabout
York RdLeft
Gipton ApproachEOR left
Wykebeck Valley RdLeft
Oakwood LaneLeft
Coldcotes DriveRight
Coldcotes CircusBecomes
Foundry ApproachLeft
Coldcotes AvenueEOR left
Harehills Lane 1st left
Driving Test Route Number2
Harehills Lane4th T/L right
Harehills AvenueEOR left
Roundhay RdLeft
Gledbow Wood RdBecomes
Thorn LaneLeft
Gledhow LaneBecomes
Lidgett LaneEOR right
Bentcliffe GardensEOR right
Talbot AvenueEOR left
Talbot RdEOR left
Sreett LaneT/L right
Harrogate RdAhead 1 st roundabout, left 2 nd
Ring Rd A6120Left 2 nd roundabout
Otley RdLeft
Glen RdLeft crossroad
Weetwood LaneEOR right
Ring Rd A6120Roundabout right
King LaneRoundabout right, roundabout right
3 rd exit
Scott Hall Rd2 nd roundabout left
Potternewton LaneEOR right
Harrogate Rd2 nd T/L left
Harehills LaneLeft
Driving Test Route Number3
Harehills LaneEOR left
York Rd2nd left
Gipton ApproachEOR left
Wykebeck Valley RdRoundabout right 2nd exit
Foundry Lane1st left
South Parkway ApproachRoundabout right 3rd exit
South Parkway1st right
Kentmere AvenueOnto
North ParkwayRight, 4 th left
Ramshead Drive1st right
Ramshead ApproachEOR left
Ring Rd A6120Roundabout right
A58 Wetherby Rd5th left
Coal RdBecomes
Bay Horse LaneLeft
Brandon Lane1st left
Tarn LaneEOR left
Wike Ridge Lane1st right
Wigton Lane1st left
Plantation GardensRight
High Ash AvenueEOR right
High Ash DriveEOR left
Wigton LaneEOR left
Harrogate RdRoundabout right
Ring Rd A6120Ahead roundabout, left
Smithy Mill LaneBecomes
Tarnside RdEOR right
Stonegate RdLeft
Stainbeck AvenueAhead into
Potternewton LaneEOR right
Harrogate RdLeft
Harehills LaneLeft 4th T/L
Driving Test Route Number4
Harehills Lane1st right
Coldcotes AvenueEOR left
Foundry ApproachRoundabout right
Oak Tree DriveBecomes
Amberton ApproachEOR left
Oakwood Lane1 st right
Fearnville Rdleft
Fearnville PlaceRight
Fearnville RdEOR right
Oakwood LaneRoundabout right 3 rd exit
Easterley Rd3rd left
Asket HillEOR left
Wetherby RdRight T/L
Princes AvenueBecomes
Street LaneRight
Park LaneEOR left
Moortown Ring RdRoundabout right
Harrogate RdRight T/L
Wigton LaneEOR right
Wike Ridge LaneAhead T/L
Roundhay Park LaneLeft T/L
Ring Rd ShadwellRoundabout ahead
Ring Rd Seacroft2 nd roundabout right
York RdRight
Foundry LaneLeft 2 nd mini roundabout
Wykebeck Valley Rd1st right
Oakwood LaneLeft
Coldcotes Drive3 rd right
Coldcotes CircusBecomes
Foundry Approach1st left
Coldcotes AvenueEOR left
Harehills Lane1 st left
Driving Test Route Number5
Harehills LaneEOR left T/L
York Rd2 nd left
Gipton ApproachEOR right
Wykebeck Valley RdEOR left
York RdLeft
Inglewood DriveEOR left
York RdBecomes
Barwick RdRoundabout left
Ring Rd A6120Ahead 2 nd roundabout, left
Roman Avenuenuenue1 st right
West Park Drive WestBecomes
Shadwell WalkEOR left
Ring Rd A6120Left 3 rd roundabout
Otley Rd4 th left
Hollin RdEOR right
Weetwood Lane1 st left
Moor RdEOR left
Monk Bridge RdEOR left
Stonegate Rd1 st right
Stainbeck AvenuenuenueAhead
Potternewton LaneRight T/L
Harrogate Rd2 nd left
Harehills LaneAhead 4 th T/L, left
Driving Test Route Number6
Harehills Lane1 st right
Coldcotes AvenueEOR left
Foundry ApproachRoundabout right 3 rd exit
Oak Tree DriveBecomes
Amberton ApproachEOR left
Oakwood Lane1 st right
Fearnville RdEOR left
Fearnville PlaceBecomes
Grange Park RdEOR right
Dib LaneEOR right
Easterley RdBecomes
Wetherby RdRoundabout left
Ring Rd Shadwell2 nd left
Roman Avenue1 st right
West Park Drive WestBecomes
Shadwell WalkEOR left
Ring RdLeft 3 rd roundabout
Otley Rd3 rd left
Glen RdEOR right
Weetwood Lane2 nd left
Moor RdEOR left
Monk Bridge Rd1 st right
Grove RdEOR left
Grove LaneBecomes
Stainbeck RdRight T/L
Potternewton LaneRoundabout right
Scott Hall RdBecomes
Sheepscar St NorthLeft
Barrack RdBecomes
Roundhay Rd2 nd right
Bayswater RdEOR right
Harehills RdLeft
Stanley RdEOR left
Compton RdRight
Harehills LaneLeft
Kimberley RdDTC

How To: Pass a California DMV Driving Test

If all things go well, you'll only have to take your road test once. That's the goal: to ace your test on the first try and then start driving on your own. Granted, it's a nerve-racking experience, but keep in mind that the California Department of Motor Vehicles wants you to pass. So much so, they give you the examination answers ahead of time! All you have to do is study.

In a series of videos, the California DMV goes through the state's top 10 mistakes made on the driving test. Despite the videos being about 10 years old, they're still very applicable today. If you can master these pitfalls, the odds of you passing will increase greatly. Nerves are a big factor, and of course, you'll naturally have some, but the more you practice, the more confident you'll be, and that will shine through come road test time.

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The Road Test

The test itself takes approximately 20 minutes (though it may seem longer). It starts out with the DMV examiner asking you questions about your car, such as where certain items are. Be familiar with the car you're test driving in. The best vehicle would be one you've practiced with and know inside/out.

The examiner will also inspect the test car for a number of things, including license plates (two), working signals, no bald spots on the tires, mirrors, brakes, and safety belts. You will also need to produce proof of insurance.

How to Pass a California DMV Driving Test

Phew right? And you haven't even hit the road yet! But if you do well here, it will go a long way to steadying your nerves overall. So definitely study your California Driver Handbook, know your vehicle, believe (!), and remember, the DMV would rather you pass than fail:

Many people take their driving test when they have not sufficiently prepared, or have not practiced enough, or have not practiced the right way. Others get very nervous because they don't know what to expect. Remember, the DMV examiner will ride with you only to make sure that you can drive safely and obey traffic laws.

— California DMV

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So let's take a look at the top 10 reasons we could fail. Note the examiner will keep score during the drive. If you make an error on the test that does not pose a serious safety hazard, you will get a point deducted. You can still totally pass with points taken off, so again, don't open the door to nerves should you see your examiner make a mark. You can actually miss 15 points on the driving portion of the test and still pass.

However, there are "critical errors" that can cause an automatic fail, such as the examiner having to intervene somehow to avoid a hazard, driving at an unsafe speed, or striking an object.

#1: Unsafe Lane Changes

This is the first big no-no, and it's so easy to get right. It's not parallel parking; it's simply changing lanes safely. The DMV examiner will be looking for you to:

  1. Turn on your signal.
  2. Check your mirror.
  3. Check your blind spot.

Examiners say that those who fail usually don't look over their shoulder for the blind spot. They just switch lanes. This procedure must be followed every time, and situations include merging into another lane, leaving a curb when pulling into traffic, merging into a bike lane, or merging into a center turn lane.

#2: Failure to Yield

Did you know there's a difference between a green light and a green light with an arrow? A green light with an arrow tells you that you can turn, no need to yield. For a solid green light though, you must yield to oncoming traffic before completing a left turn.

How to Pass a California DMV Driving Test

Also note that if you're already in the intersection, waiting, and the light turns to red, you're fine: the other drivers now must wait for you. Examiners say that another common mistake drivers make is not yielding properly at crosswalks.

#3: Failure to Stop

This is one that drivers can easily make, but also easily ace. Examiners say that drivers will often commit a rolling stop, not adhere to the limit lines, or not stop for instances when they should such as a school bus with flashing red lights. In order for a car to be considered stopped, it must be at 0 mph and have no forward momentum. A rolling stop is when the driver slows down but still goes 1–2 mph, then accelerates on through.

#4: Illegal Left Turn

Often, if there's a double left-turn lane, drivers will merge into the other lane when completing their turn. But you need to stay in the lane you've chosen.

How to Pass a California DMV Driving Test

If it's the inside lane, you need to stay within the limits of that lane. If it's the outside, you need to stay on the outside. If you merge into the other lane, you risk hitting another car you didn't see coming, and this is a critical error on the test.

#5: Improper Speed

Going too slow while driving is also a mistake. You want to be aware of the speed limit and stay close to it without going over. To go 10 miles below the limit is a problem as it disrupts traffic flow. Doing either of these could count you out for the test, as they're considered critical errors. However, going overly slow could be okay if done for safety reasons and weather conditions.

Also be aware that the test may bring you to an area that doesn't have any speed limit signs posted, and when this is the case, remember that it's "25 mph unless otherwise posted."

#6: Lack of Experience

Again, if a driver comes to the test without having practiced much, this will be evident. For example, not knowing what to do when an emergency vehicle using its siren appears, or parking next to a fire lane that specifically says just that.

How to Pass a California DMV Driving Test

Also, situations like backing up in a straight line should be simple enough, but drivers still err. Examiners say some testers will turn the steering wheel or not look behind (to check for pedestrians, cars, shopping carts, etc.), resulting in red flags. Hitting a curb while backing up is a critical error.

#7: Unfamiliar with Vehicle

Points will be deducted if you're unable to answer questions about your vehicle or if you prove during the road test that you're not familiar with how the machine will react. Some drivers may borrow a car for the test, but the problem with this is that they're unfamiliar with certain aspects of the car, such as where the hazard lights are or what the brake's sensitivity is.

#8: Poor Scanning

Drivers who have tunnel vision will lose points. The examiner will look to see if you're aware of your surroundings and are on the lookout for pedestrians, other drivers, or a potential hazard. You can't simply look straight ahead, but must be constantly scanning for anything that may impact your drive. For instance, a sign indicating a dip (so slow down).

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#9: Too Cautious

As with driving too slowly, being overly cautious can also be problematic. You should be an assertive driver and demonstrate to the examiner that you understand the situation. Being too cautious, such as waiting too long to turn into oncoming traffic, can affect flow and confuse other drivers. If it's your turn at a four-way stop, for instance, take it.

#10: Unfamiliar with Traffic Situations

And finally, being unfamiliar with traffic situations, such as a roundabout, will lead to a points deduction. As with other parts of the driving test, the best way to prepare for this is to practice.

How to Pass a California DMV Driving Test

Drive around different areas and know how to handle them, from railroad tracks to a busy downtown. Get a feel for driving in various situations and conditions. As the examiners say, having this experience, this knowledge, will do wonders in calming you down.

Get Your License

And there you have it. The top 10 reasons prospective drivers fail their road test in California. Now that you know what the examiners are looking for, you have no reason not to be prepared come Driving Test Day. Simply study the handbook (which you should already have down since you passed your written knowledge test when getting your permit) and get practical experience driving on roads. Don't go into the test unprepared. You have time. After all, you set your own DMV appointment. Don't do so until you're ready.

The California driving test is required if you have never been licensed in any state or you hold a foreign country license. The test for a Class C driver's license is the same for all drivers, regardless of age.

In addition to the above points, DMV examiners will be looking for smooth steering, acceleration, and stops. Also, "drive defensively," meaning drive in a way that accounts for another driver's possible errors. Mastering all of these best practices will give you much needed confidence and ultimately, a license as the newest, safe California driver. Good luck!

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*ACTUAL TEST ROUTE* Inglewood DMV Driver's Test Route #2 Behind The Wheel License Driving Education

Does anyone know the route for the behind the wheel driving test in Pleasanton CA?

This is all that I could find so I hope that it helps...............

Route # 1

->> Come out of DMV

->> Left @ Hopyard

-->> Left @ Parkside

-->> 2nd left

-->> Right @ Hopyard

->> Right @ W Las Positas

-->> Left @ Williow Road

-->> Left @ Inglewood ->> This is residential area usually they will test curb parking and straight reverse here.

-->> Left @ Denker

-->> Left @ Dorman

-->> Right @ Hopyard

-->> Left into DMV

->> Then he will ask you to park

Route # 2

->> Come out of DMV

->> go straight on W Las Positas

-->> Left @ Hacienda

-->> Left @ Gibraltor

-->> Left @ Williow Road

-->> Right @ W Las Positas

-->> Right @ Hopyard

-->> Left @ Inglewood ->> This is residential area usually they will test curb parking and straight reverse here.

-->> Left @ Denker

-->> Left @ Dorman

-->> Right @ Hopyard

-->> Left into DMV

->> Then he will ask you to park.

Route # 3

->> Come out of DMV

->> go straight on W Las Positas

-->> Left @ Hacienda

-->> Left @ Gibraltor

-->> Right @ Williow Road

-->> Left @ Inglewood

-> Go straight you will cross Hopyard junction- >> This is residential area usually they will test curb parking and straight reverse here.

-->> Right @ Denker

-->> Right @ Stoneridge

-->> Right @ Hopyard

-->> Left @ W Las Positas

-->> Left into DMV

->> Then he will ask you to park.


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