CONGRATULATIONS to 17-year-old Jack Kerr who has passed his driving test at the first attempt.
Jack, from West Kilbride, earned his driving licence at Irvine and passed with just three driver faults after just 30 hours of tuition.
Delighted Jack, who is studying to be a maintenance engineer in Britain´s nuclear industry, said: "I´m thrilled to have passed my test and it was all down to Mark and his excellent tuition.
"Thanks for all your help Mark."
We´re also celebrating with Scotland Under-18 rugby player Jack Solman, of Barrmill, who also passed his test at Irvine.
Their success follows that of Connor Wallace who passed his driving test with just two faults.
Connor, aged 17, produced a superb drive to pass first time in his home town of Ayr.
He also recorded Mark Grundy School of Motoring´s 50th test pass.
Connor, who is now starting a career in hospitality on yachts around the world, said: "Thanks, Mark! I really enjoyed it - and I couldn´t have done it without you.
"I´m getting a VW Polo next week and can´t wait."
Natasha Scott, 18, also passed her driving test at the first attempt in her home town of Ayr.
Beauty therapy student Natasha said: "I couldn´t have done this without all of your help, Mark! Thanks again for everything you have done!"
Natasha´s success completed a hat-trick of first-time passes for Mark Grundy School of Motoring.
She followed in the footsteps of mechanic Alexander Allan who had to pass his driving test to secure his job.
Alex, 21, from Kilwinning, earned his licence at Irvine. He said: "It still hasn´t sunk in yet. This is life-changing!"
Paul Irwin, from Kilbirnie, kicked off the hat-trick run when he passed first time at Irvine with just three driver faults.
Paul was following in the footsteps of brother, Ross, from Largs, who passed his test with Mark Grundy School of Motoring in 2013.
In April, Julie McClymont delivered a sensational performance to pass her test with just one fault.
Stunned Julie, aged 17, said: "I feel absolutely amazing!" after hearing she had passed at Irvine.
The lifeguard, from West Kilbride, added: "I like the way you teach, Mark.
"I now feel I could drive anywhere, while some of my friends who have passed are still nervous about driving."
Good driving runs in the family, as Julie´s sister, Heather, recorded just two driver faults when she passed her test at Irvine two years ago when she was 17.
Julie´s feat matches that of Liam Robinson, from Inverkip, who passed with just one fault at Ayr early last year when he was 18.
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