THE Sussex driving test centre where you are most likely to pass first time has been revealed.

New government data also shows how many people passed with flying colours, recording zero faults at centres across the county

Of the six test centres in Sussex, Chichester had the highest proportion of drivers passing first time with 53.5% between April 2019 and April 2020.

Of the 2,609 people to take their test at the site, 1,396 learners enjoyed successful initial attempts.

Men recorded a 56.2% pass rate, while the figure for women was slightly lower at 50.7%.

It also had the highest proportion of drivers passing with zero faults - 57, or 2.18%.

Burgess Hill had the lowest first-time pass rate of the six driving test centres in Sussex with 1,300 of the 3,286 learners taking the assessment (39.6%) successful on the first time of asking.

Men had a 43.2% pass rate, while women were successful 35.8% of the time.

Eastbourne had the second highest first time pass-rate in Sussex with 50.5%, followed by Lancing (48.3%), Hastings (43.9%) and Crawley (41.3%).

However, despite having the lowest percentage of drivers passing first time, Burgess Hill had the third highest proportion of first-time test-takers recording zero faults with a score of 1.46%, or 48 drivers.

This meant it only finished behind Chichester and Lancing, with the latter recording 1.61% (64) of flawless first-timers.

Hastings had the lowest figure in this field with just six (0.36%) of its 1,637 first-time test-takers passing without any faults.

Eastbourne came fifth with 0.52% and Crawley finished in fourth with 1.05%.