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Q: Are your cars dual controlled?

A: Yes, all of our cars are equipped with dual controls for your safety and have been fully inspected and verified by the RMS (formerly RTA).

Q: Do you offer 3 for 1 driving lessons so I get 3 hours credit in my logbook for doing a one hour driving lesson?

A: Yes, All of our instructors are fully licensed so we can offer 3 for 1 driving lessons.

Q: What is the new Safer Driver Course announced by the NSW Roads Minister on 12/03/2013?

A: Young drivers will be offered the chance to learn more about road safety and reduce their logbook driving hours under a raft of changes by the NSW Government covering Learner licences. For more information, click HERE.

Q: What are the New Road Rules that started on 1 November 2012?

A: The RMS (formerly RTA) has introduced New Road Rules which include no holding of a mobile phone in a car while driving, signaling at roundabouts, no U turn on a solid line and many more. For more information, click HERE.

Q: How long will it take to get my licence?

A: That’s up to you. It totally depends on your skills and learning abilities. We show you the safest and most practical way to learn to drive. Every student is different. It usually takes an average of 25 lessons for someone with no experience to be able to drive safely.

Q: Will your instructor fill in my logbook?

A: Young drivers will be offered the chance to learn more about road safety and reduce their logbook driving hours under a raft of changes by the NSW Government covering Learner licences. For more information, click HERE.

Q: What is the minimum age requirement to apply for a driver licence?

A: You must be at least 16 years old before you can apply for a car learner licence in Australia.

Q: If I am going to drive an automatic but we have a manual car at home, do you advise that I learn both?

A: Although we offer both, it is recommended that first time drivers learn in an automatic, as an automatic is easier than a manual. It helps if you gain confidence and improve your road skills in an automatic before trying to learn manual. If you have never driven before, and want to learn to drive a manual, you will need an introductory lesson in an automatic first.

Q: How long does a lessons go for?

A: A normal lesson goes for 1 hour and your instructor will pick you up and drop you off. You can choose to have a double length session if you want to learn faster.

Q: Do you provide a car for the driving test?

A: Yes, you can hire a car for the test at a reasonable rate. We also take students for a lesson just before the test so that they are confident and comfortable.

Q: Can you provide a lesson on weekends?

A: Yes, we provide lessons 7 days a week. Please consider booking a few days early to avoid disappointment.

Q: Am I able to learn in my own car?

A:

Yes, you can as long as it complies with RMS regulations for learner vehicles and is fully insured.

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