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I started lessons with Winston after having a two failed tests with AA and one with Red. Passing the first time round (with one minor!) with Winston isn't really a surprise looking back, as he is an amazing instructor.


Daniel Reardon

A storming drive from Mr Daniel Reardon. Today Pub/Bar manager pulled more than a pint , he passed his practical driving test with only two driver faults. Success School Of Motoring would like to take this opportunity to thank Daniel for his customer. Well done Daniel , remember to always drive safely.

Jada Manderson

Today Jada Manderson rustle up a a good drive to pass her practical driving test with just 3 faults. Family restaurant worker Jada kept calm throughout the drive . Well done Jada and don't forget to always drive safely. Success School Of Motoring thanks you for your custom and your consistency, it makes a differnce.

Taylor Reiss-Mackey

Today prospective sound engineer breaks the sound barrier in the Success School Of Motoring car by passing his practical driving test first time with just one driver fault. Mr Cool , Taylor Reiss-Mackey simply said "I passed" with a straight face. Well done Taylor, please remember how hard you worked for that licence , please drive safely at all times.

Winston Mason Celebrates 20 years Driving Instruction.

This week Winston Mason of Success School Of Motoring celebrates 20 years has a Driving Instructor. Winston discusses the 20 years, his time as a instructor. "It has been an interesting journey teaching my customers from different backgrounds. 90% of my time teaching, have been full of joy as well as tears plus the dangerous encounters, whether one passed or failed. I would be very humble if the majority of my customers that I have instructed over the 20 years, continued to drive in a manner that they were taught, good manners go a long way. Thank you all for your custom over the 20 years".

Winston Mason ADI.





Changes to the Theory Test January 2012

Highway CodeFrom 23 January the driving theory test will no longer use pre-published questions in a move to stop candidates from learning answers by heart.

Until now all the questions used in the driving theory test have been published. These changes will mean that learner drivers and riders gain a better understanding of driving theory because they can no longer rely on simply learning which options are correct for individual questions.

The familiar Theory Test books and software still offer revision questions for candidates to test themselves and assess their progress. They now also have exercises so learners can practise applying their knowledge on each topic to case studies. There are also new sections of revision support for motorcyclists and a free e-book for car drivers.