Former First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has passed her driving theory test with full marks in one section.
The ex-SNP leader posted proof of her achievement having started learning to drive just before stepping aside from the top job at Holyrood.
Sturgeon scored 50 out 50 in the multiple choice section and 56 out of 75 in hazard perception – 12 above the 44-point pass mark.
She shared an image of the certificate from the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) on social media with the caption “step one complete”.
The exam, which costs £23, is compulsory for all motorists to pass before being allowed a full licence to get behind the wheel.
Prospective drivers are given 57 minutes to answer 50 multiple choice questions on a range of scenarios involving issues that may arise on the roads.
They are then permitted a maximum break of three minutes before moving on to the hazard perception section, which involves studying and identifying “developing hazards” from 14 video clips.
Sturgeon began her lessons in March to prepare for life after standing down as FM.
She announced she was quitting Bute House in February after almost nine years in the role.