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Hi, I'm Kevin McDonald ADI, welcome to the Go School of Motoring website.
I founded Go School of Motoring in 2007 offering high quality driving lessons covering Inverclyde and the surrounding areas - Greenock, Port Glasgow, Gourock, Inverkip, Wemyss Bay, Kilmacolm, Skelmorlie and Langbank.
Below are just a couple reasons why you might consider Go School of Motoring to guide you through the path to obtaining your driving licence. You can find out more by visiting the About page and get lots of useful advice on learning to drive by reading through the rest of this website.
You can contact me by phone or text on 07984 891772 or use the Contact Us page.
Please note that I do not ever take calls or answer text messages while on a lesson, so please leave a message and I will get back to you ASAP.
I look forward to hearing from you.
DVSA 'GRADE A' INSTRUCTOR
HIGHEST GRADE OF INSTRUCTOR RECOGNISED BY DRIVING & VEHICLE STANDARDS AGENCY & GRADED IN TOP 5% OF DRIVING INSTRUCTORS IN THE UK
OVER 300 TEST PASSES AT GREENOCK TEST CENTRE SINCE 2007
NUMBER ONE DRIVING SCHOOL AT GETTING INVERCLYDE ON THE ROAD
Busy end to the summer with 13 passes in July, August and September ... all but three of which are first-time passes.
Congratulations and safe driving to -
RORY McSTAY MEGAN McELENY CALLUM TOCHER
Rev. DAVID COLEMAN HOLLY McFARLANE ANDREA SWEENEY
PAULA MEECHAN ANDREW MacDONALD DIONNE LYNCH
TESSA HANLON Dr. LACHIE DICK MARK WILLIAMSON
No more tests till October now.
DRIVING TEST CHANGES
You may have seen or heard that changes to the driving test are planned. These changes have not been finalised and are unlikely to be brought in till late 2017.
The changes are likely to include an extended independent driving section, including following sat-nav directions and changes to manouvers.
You can rest assured that all my pupils will be very well prepared for these changes when they come into force.
Several roads in the west-end of Greenock have been resurfaced in the past few weeks. In particular, the crossroads around the Robertson Street, Campbell Street, Forsyth Street, Union Street, Ardgowan Street, Brisbane Street, Newton Street and South Street area. Unfortunately the road markings have not been re-painted on many these roads. This has created, what is effectively, a series of unmarked crossroads in the west-end. To compound this problem the traffic from the closed section of Union Street is being diverted up Campbell Street through the unmarked junctions. Regrettably this has already resulted in a number of accidents. Please be extremely careful when driving in this area and remember to approach unmarked crossroads with extreme caution. Even if you believe you have right of way - other drivers may not be aware of this.
UPDATE : most of the lines have now been re-painted though a few still have to be done, so remain cautious.
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