Pitlochry drivers are ace
High test pass rate
Would-be drivers may want to consider Highland Perthshire when they are sitting their test.
It has been revealed the Pitlochry test centre has the second highest pass rate in the whole of the UK.
During 2017/18, 92 people out of 125 who sat their test in Pitlochry passed - an impressive 73.6 per cent.
Only Golspie in Sutherland boasted a higher pass rate with 76.7 per cent.
First time drivers also fared well at Pitlochry, with 59 out of 81 passing, a rate 72.8 per cent.
Crieff only just missed out on the top 10 with a total of 67.4 per cent of tests out of 184 being successful. Nearly three-quarters of those sitting the test for the first time left with their driving licence, with seven not recording a single fault during their test.
Just over 56 per cent of drivers sitting their test in Aberfeldy could expect to pass, along with 65.9 per cent of first timers.
In Perth the figure was a respectable 55.5 per cent out of just over 2000 tests, well above the UK average of 46.3 per cent. The rate was roughly the same for those sitting their test for the first time with over 30 not recording a fault.
The top 10 UK rates were dominated by rural and island areas of Scotland, with nine of the top scoring centres north of the border.
In stark contrast, those sitting their test in Glasgow faced a much tougher proposition.
The three worst rates in Scotland were recorded in the city, with 62.4 per cent of people in the Shieldhall centre having to come back to do it all again .