fingers crossed for him, MIcks just had a pass this morning and 2 yesterday so he is on a good run, if sorry when he passes let us know how many minors he got,I'm sure he will do fine and at least he got a good day weather wise for it, 8)
brilliant news I am so very happy ;D for you both it will make your lives so much easier, my 17 year old liam is having his test on 19th, Micks not teaching him much he got his work mate Jason to do it as Liam wont back chat him like he would do MIck,
he passed his theory first time, both my older boys passed first time , so did I and Mick many moons ago, so no pressure Liam lol
have you got a car yet or have one lined up?
Micks teaching a lovely lad whos dad killed himself 6 years ago leaving the lad to find him , so Mick is having to tread very carefully as the poor lad is still very down and gets depressed if his lesson does'nt go too well, but Mick is so laid back he is ideally suited to coping with him, hope he passes next week as it will boost his confidence so much, poor kid
I can get cars under Motability and we get so much free! I have a component of money for Mobility and they take that in place of a car! We have to pay for adaptions and get a new one every three years!
Both really excited! ;D
That's sad about that lad Michelle, but he's in the right hands with you all around him.
I used to work with a guy who had an adapted Citroen Berlingo so that he could sit in the front in his electric wheelchair - it was bright green! I drive a Citroen now and their service is fab! I test drove what felt like millions of cars before I bought my latest one so if you want any input on different dealers or manufacturers let me know.
Thanx love, we're taking a look at the Berlingo too. My mate has one, but only for her to sit in the back - at the front (the driver and passenger) looks like it dips down,, you know? So we weren't too sure on the adaptions bit, but if some guy had it then it can be done!