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CHEF Matthew Robertson passed his test first time with Mark Grundy School of Motoring.

Delighted Matthew delivered a calm and competent drive to earn his licence at Ayr test centre.

The 21-year-old, from Ayr, immediately headed off to enjoy a sunlit drive in his treasured BMW M Series.

Reflecting on his learning experience, Matthew said: "Thanks for everything you have done for me.

"Best instructor in Ayrshire and everyone should use you to learn to drive!"

Later in the day, NHS health worker Angela McKie completed a hat-trick of passes for Mark Grundy School of Motoring.

Angela, of Ayr, delivered a great drive to pass with just four faults at the town´s test centre.

Mum-to-be Angie Fraser-Moore started the hat-trick run.

Angie´s imminent new arrival put mum under huge pressure as her test date approached, but she drove excellently to pass at Ayr.

The Bhuddist massage therapist, from Seamill, said: "Over the moon to pass today, just weeks before the arrival of my second child.

"You will struggle to find a more competent or gifted teacher - not to mention the unforgettable one-liners thrown into the bargain!"

Angie´s success followed that of Andrew Ashley, from the Isle of Arran, who passed first time with just four faults at Irvine test centre.

Andrew, of Machrie, a student gamekeeper, was delighted with his success.

He said: "I found my experience of learning to drive with Mark great.
I would happily recommend him to anyone learning to drive."

Alasdair Eaddy, from Beith, an ´older than most´ learner, also passed his driving test at Irvine.

He was nervous about the challenge of learning to drive but, as he began celebrating, Alasdair said: "Mark´s very relaxed, calm attitude made it a pleasure to learn. I couldn´t recommend him highly enough."
Earlier this year, student Liam Robinson delivered a stunning drive to pass with just one driver fault at Ayr.

Liam, 18, from Inverkip, was rewarded for his tremendous commitment during driver training, and enjoyed unstinting support from his mum, Louise.

In January, catering expert Marina Wilson got the New Year off to a flying start by passing her driving test at Irvine at the first attempt with just three faults.

After losing her hearing, Marina, from Beith, had to learn to lip-read and sign and then took on the challenge of learning to drive.

Mark Grundy School of Motoring is an independently-run business offering high-quality driving lessons in and around Greenock, Gourock, Inverkip, Skelmorlie, Largs, Fairlie, West Kilbride, Ardrossan, Saltcoats, Stevenston, Troon, Prestwick and Ayr.

Whether you are a complete novice, have had lessons or hold a full licence and want to improve your skills or boost your confidence, Mark Grundy School of Motoring can provide lessons tailored to your needs.

In addition to standard lessons, I can offer hazard perception and theory test help and advice, and Pass Plus, Drive Confident, Refresher and Motorway tuition.

• Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency approved Grade A Instructor
• Full 1, 1.5 and 2 hour lessons
• No car sharing
• Theory test preparation
• Pass Plus, Refresher, Drive Confident and Motorway lessons
• Tuition carried out in the latest 1.6 Ford Focus

I will teach you the skills required to become a confident, competent and responsible driver and look forward to speaking to you soon.

Mark


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