Fantastic news for Delilah – she sailed through her driving test in Sheffield first time! Of her experience of learning to drive she said: “My lessons with Will were really enjoyable and fun, while also feeling like I progressed in every lesson because of how well they were structured. He was always on time for lessons, and I found that having a regular time slot each week meant I didn’t go weeks without having a lesson which can happen with other instructors. I would highly recommend Will, I had a great experience learning to drive with him and I imagine anyone else learning with him would too. “
Jarrod just passed his test first time – nice one Jarrod! Here’s what he had to say “Helped me to pass my driving test first time. Very thorough and well planned tuition, lessons are stress free and enjoyable. Genuinely great guy, very friendly and patient, would definitely recommend.”
Maisie passed her test this week – so pleased for her! Of the news she said “I started learning with Will 2 Pass having tried and failed at learning to drive a few years previously with two different driving instructors, and as such, my confidence was at an all time low. However, after a friend of mine recommended Will 2 Pass to me, I got in the car and never looked back. Will has an ability to tailor lessons to suit specific driving needs and he is, for want of a better word, very paternal about the whole experience of learning to drive. Additionally, 1.5 hours in the perfect length for a lesson. I would recommend Will 2 Pass to anyone at any stage in their driving career. At one point, I said I would never get behind the wheel again, and has it not been for Will putting me at ease straight away, I am not sure that I would have made it all the way to passing my test. Driving with Will was an absolute pleasure and I shall miss my weekly lessons – he has got to be Sheffield’s best kept driving secret.”
Despite the snow threatening to cancel his test, Mike passed his driving test in Sheffield this week. Congratulations Mike – well deserved. Of his experience Mike said “I would recommend Will to anyone learning to drive as he taught me correctly and safely. He makes you feel at ease and communicates well. I found every lesson useful and the 1.5 hours is just the right length to improve every time.”
First rule of driving in snow? Don’t drive in snow! Unfortunately these guys didn’t heed that advice and spent the “rush hour” sat in a solid jam on Manchester Road this morning 🙁
Well done on passing Chelsea! She says: “Absolutely fantastic instructor, would highly recommend him as he’s very friendly and patient! Remains professional and lessons are great value for money. Over the moon with will-2-pass as after two previous instructors he has now been the one to get me to pass standards! 5* from me!”
Really well done on passing your test Alison. She says: “Will was friendly, helpful and well organised. He taught me how to be a safe and considerate driver – not just how to pass a test. He was always punctual, the lessons were well structured and lots of feedback was given so I always knew how I was progressing and where I was heading.”
Well done on passing first time Becky! She says: “Will is a fantastic driving instructor, he is patient, teaches you everything you need to know about driving, offers practical advice and tips and he’s funny! What more can you ask for? I passed first time and that was mainly down to having a brilliant instructor.”
Well done on passing first time Fran. She says: “Will Blomfield is a very encouraging and patient instructor, after each lesson I felt my driving had improved. I would definitely recommend him.”
The hazard perception part of the driving theory test will be updated with computer generated imagery (CGI) from next Monday (12 January).
DVSA announced in December that the hazard perception clips in the theory tests will be replaced with new computer generated imagery (CGI) clips.
Filmed video clips are currently used to test candidates’ reactions to developing hazards on the road. The scenarios in these clips are still relevant, but the image quality isn’t as clear or defined as modern digital technology allows.
No change to how the test works
The first new clips show the same situations as the filmed clips, but are clearer on the screen and include updated vehicles, roads and surroundings to reflect modern day driving.
The way the hazard perception part of the theory test works won’t be changing. The pass mark will stay the same.
- feature everyday road scenes
- contain at least one ‘developing hazard’ – but one of the clips will feature two ‘developing hazards’