Khaleda Begum


STOP! In the name of the law. Law student Khaleda Begum was successful in passing her practical driving test this morning. She did it at her first attempt with only 5 driving faults, unlike her uncle and aunty 20 and 15 years ago respectively, Dig dig. Success School Of Motoring will miss the many faces pulled by Khaleda when approaching restricted barriers and roundabouts which she can now do confidently. Thank you for your custom and be successful in studying for your law degree. Drive safely always.

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Louise Leatham

Today there were tears of joy and not disaster. Louise Leatham, today on her second attempt after a two years break, comes back storming with a successful practical driving test pass. The woman with many phrases towards kind-hearted polite drivers was delighted, what a character. Success School Of Motoring will miss Thursday night sagas and phrases, which cannot be shared. Well done Louise and please drive safely always.

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Ethan Odiete

Well well well. He finally did it. Ethan Odiete after several attempts finally resists succumbing to the pressures of the practical driving test. He produced a drive of a lifetime, no fidgeting, no knuckle crunching, just pure drive. Success School Of Motoring will miss this quiet and shy character. Drive safely Ethan always. Keep supporting the Blues.

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Sorcha Stott-Strzala

This morning Sorcha Stott-Strzala turn on the lights on this gloomy day to be successful in her practical driving test at her first attempt. Light engineer, Sorcha, turned it on with only 4 driver faults. It has been a long road to reach this day, finally. With the odd push and sometimes big pushes, she did it. Well done Sorcha. Drive safely always.

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Chantice Ebanks-Clarke

First Mum, then Dad and now daughter. The full family set completed. Today Chantice Ebanks-Clarke was successful in passing her practical driving test with only three driver faults in the NEW Success School Of Motoring tuition car. As tradition goes she now has to give the tuition car a nickname, being the first pupil to pass at its first driving test. Chantice is such a good driver to the point when she had a two months break, she drove as if she was driving every day in that break, which wasn’t the case. Success School Of Motoring is going to miss that wonderful smile and getting the seat booster ready for her to sit on. Well done Chantice and drive safely always.

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