Budding legal expert Rukshana had to wait quite a long time for her test – covid was responsible for lengthy delays. It was worth the wait though – a perfect drive today with no faults at all!! It was good to see your parents at your home after – it’s thirty years since Dad passed with me! Thank you Rukshana, and enjoy safe driving.
Kara took a break from working hard for the NHS and studying hard at college to visit the driving test centre today. She came away with a rare distinction – no faults at all! Well done Kara – a very well deserved pass. Thanks for learning to drive with me and thanks to Mum and Dad for helping you practise.
Just last week Yuliya got some stellar A level results, and she’s followed up this week by passing her driving test. I hear a rumour that the nightlife in Basingstoke might be quite lively tonight, too! I hope you have a lot of fun tonight Yuliya, and enjoy driving your nice car. It’s been a genuine pleasure : )
After the emotional roller coaster of the Euro final on Sunday, today’s test was a piece of cake for Joe. A nice smooth drive around Basingstoke and Old Basing with his helpful and chatty examiner, and all the pressure was gone! I wish you all the very best for the future Joe, and enjoy driving carefully 🙂
Globe trotting Alice has visited more countries than I ever will. It’s been interesting hearing about foreign climes. However, Alice confined herself to the streets of Basingstoke this morning and drove flawlessly (apart from that speed bump!) to get her full licence. Well done! Enjoy driving and resuming your travels when the current restrictions are lifted (sooner rather than later I hope).
Arran is a Reading supporter! It doesn’t affect his driving though 🙂 He did something very unusual today in his early morning, drizzly test: he drove with no faults at all! That is a very rare achievement. Congratulations Arran, it’s been a pleasure helping you get your licence. Enjoy yourself in your Polo and (of course) take care.
Shy, retiring, lacking in confidence – fortunately Tom is none of these! With a “let’s go!” attitude Tom got stuck into his lessons and passed his test very quickly. He was determined not to cut any corners though (figuratively or literally) – and that’s the main reason for his success. Congratulations Tom!