Congratulations to James who passed his Driving Test in Sale in November following lessons with Dom from one of our northern centres. James passed using a Lodgsons Lollipop grip secondary control unit. James had previously had lessons in a manual car but hand not passed his driving test. He needed to adapt to driving a car with a steering aid with secondary control unit. Following an adaptations assessment at the RDAC Manchester, James was keen to continue his learning journey through the RDAC Driving School. James went on to pass his driving test with the DVSA at the first attempt.
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