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11/09/18: Foreign licence holder Cem is back on the road after passing UK test

Cem Icesu passed his driving test in High Wycombe

Congratulations to Cen Icesu, of Beaconsfield, who passed his UK driving test today with only two minor faults. Cem was keen to pass the test asap so he could resume driving – as his year-long entitlement to drive in the … Continue reading

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17/01/18: Faultless driving test earns Owen a clean sheet

Owen Kelley-Patterson passed his driving test with Wycombe Driving School

Huge congratulations to Owen Kelley-Patterson who passed his driving test today without making a single mistake! Owen, of Beaconsfield, was taught by driving instructor Steve Williams. Good luck for the future Owen from all the team at Wycombe Driving School.

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04/01/18: New independent lifestyle awaits sixth former Saski

Saski Greenhalgh passed her driving test after lessons in high wycombe

Congratulations to Beaconsfield High School sixth former Saski Greenhalgh who passed her driving test today. Saski, of Penn, was taught to drive by instructor Phil Dyer. Good luck for the future Saski from all the team at Wycombe Driving School.

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Paul passed his test first time after a one-week intensive course

Paul Rudd passed his driving test first time with Wycombe Driving School

Congratulations to Paul Rudd who sailed through his driving test first time today even though he was a beginner only last week. Paul, of Beaconsfield, had to fit in nearly 40 hours of lessons in six days to reach test … Continue reading

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Max sails through driving test with near faultless drive

Max Whitmore passed his driving test after lessons in Beaconsfield with Wycombe Driving School

Congratulations to Max Whitmore, of Beaconsfield, who passed his driving test first time today with a near faultless drive. Max, who works in London, only picked up one minor fault during the test. Good luck for the future Max from … Continue reading

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Great score for new driver Cameron on his first driving test

Cameron Hatter passed his driving test first time after lessons in Beaconsfield

Congratulations to Royal Grammar School sixth former Cameron Hatter who passed his driving test first time today. Cameron, of Beaconsfield, only picked up two minor faults during the test drive, to the delight of his driving instructor Phil Dyer. He … Continue reading

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Andy passes first and becomes his brother’s new chauffeur

Andy Donald passed his test first time after driving lessons in Beaconsfield

Congratulations to Sir John Hampden sixth former Andy Donald who passed his driving test first time today with only two minor faults. The news has delighted Andy’s younger brother, who is now expecting lots of lifts around their home town … Continue reading

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Monty can tick off driving test from his gap year ‘to do’ list

Monty Bewicke passed his driving test first time with Wycombe Driving School

Congratulations to Monty Bewicke, of Beaconsfield, who passed his driving test first time today with only three minor faults. Former RGS student Monty, who is on a gap year at the moment, had lessons with driving instructor Dave Fullerton as … Continue reading

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Claire pulls off a great drive to pass her driving test

Claire Hughes of Beaconsfield passed her driving test with Wycombe Driving School

Congratulations to Claire Hughes who passed her driving test first time today with only two minor faults. Claire, of Beaconsfield, is now looking forward to buying a car. Well done Claire from your driving instructor Adrian Garnett and all the … Continue reading

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