Men in Kingís Lynn Crowned Worst for Driving Theory Test Pass Rates
Misery for men in King’s Lynn as new research puts them bottom of the pile for driving theory test pass rates. Chaps, you can thank Kenway Miller Solicitors for brandishing your tragic theory test scores. Where did it all go wrong?
Road signs, spotting hazards and stopping distances are the undoing of most fellas in King’s Lynn when taking the driving theory test. Kenway Miller Solicitors, which ironically specialises in defending motoring offences, could not defend the men of King’s Lynn from their pitiful 41.5 percent pass rate… the lowest in the country!
The queens of King Lynn fared much better, with a pass percentage of 48.3, but still fell short of the 49.42 percent national average. The combined theory test pass percentage rates of men and women put King’s Lynn in ninth for the worst place in Britain to take the theory exam, with a joint average pass rate of 44.7 percent.
Matthew Miller, director at Kenway Miller Solicitors, said: “It seems the learners of King’s Lynn need to work harder when it comes to passing theory tests. Learning stopping distances, road signs and identifying hazards is so important in preventing accidents and keeping roads safe.”
Practical Test Pass Rates Marginally Better
Practical test pass rates restored some pride for King’s Lynn learner drivers, with a 46.1 percent success rate, just 0.7 percent below the national average. Kenway Miller’s research has led to a sympathetic response on social media, with some saying they feel sorry for today’s learners.
Andrew Watts said: “I feel sorry for the students, it is not a driving test it is a dodge the potholes.”
However, it’s not all bad news for King’s Lynn! The combined theory test pass rates of men and women in Bradford makes the Yorkshire city THE worst place in Britain to learn to drive.
Men of King’s Lynn Book Your Theory Test Now to Boost the Town’s Pass Rate!