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Take a look at who has passed their driving test recently.
A fantastic success story for Ellen Driving Tuition, as featured in the Norwich Evening News.
Congratulations to Cara Blacklock, Zoe Blacklock, Lillie Campbell and James Soudain who have recently passed their theory tests.
Congratulations to Oliver Elmer who has recently completed a Pass Plus course.
Congratulations to Tracey Fram, Zoe Reeve, Peter Emery and Georgia Turner who have all recently passed their driving tests first time, but were all a little shy about having their photographs taken!
Learner drivers warned about extra charges
The DVSA is advising customers to avoid copycat websites and save money by booking tests directly through the agency.
Copycat websites offer to book theory and practical driving tests and can appear to be the official agency but charge a premium for their services.
Some websites also charge for a 'pass protection' with the promise of a free re-test that very few customers would ever qualify to use.
Some companies charge up to £30 for just booking a test, on top of the driving test fee itself.
Norwich test passes are well above national average
Figures recently released by the DVLA show that Norfolk drivers are among those most likely to pass their driving tests first time.
Some 52% of candidates taking their test in Norwich pass first time with the national average being 45.6%
The figures also show that male candidates are most likely to pass first time than female candidates.