Merry Christmas from PassMeFast!

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Today, on behalf of the PassMeFast team, we’d just like to take a moment to wish all of our readers a very Merry Christmas.

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We’re celebrating here at the PassMeFast offices—we hope you’re having a great time at home too!

A few Christmas thanks

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This has been a fantastic year for 2017—and we’ve got so much to be thankful for.

Thank you to everyone who got your licence with us this year. You put your faith in us, and we’re so happy that we could help you get your licence.

Thank you to all our learners who are still waiting for their licence. Whether you’ve only just booked in, or have had a slightly bumpier road, we’re sure that you’ll pass—fast!

Thank you to all of our instructors. You are crucial to everything we do at PassMeFast, and you’re the ones behind every single pass photo this year.

Thank you to our PassMeFast office team. You’re there to help our students through every step of their journey, to listen, to chat, and to work tirelessly to solve any problems. Without you, what we do simply wouldn’t be possible.

Finally, thank you to everyone reading our blog. You make what we do worthwhile—and, if any of our posts this year have helped you to get on the road, improve your driving skills, or simply become more informed, then we’re so glad to have been able to help!

We’ll soon be posting our final update of the year: a look back at everything we’ve managed to achieve here at PassMeFast in 2017. For now, though, all that remains to be said is Merry Christmas! Have a safe, peaceful, and (most importantly!) a fun festive season. We’ll see you back here in 2018, where we’ll be helping even more learners in even more places to become confident new drivers.

By Andy Boardman

Andy fell in love with driving while road tripping around Iceland. He'll provide you with plenty of useful motoring advice, helping you to get the most out of every trip. When he's not writing here, you're most likely to find Andy on his way to the next destination.