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Our Program

Our programs are tailor made and structured for each student in accordance to their learning ability and prior driving practise experience from parental guidance. Years of teaching has taught us that most students come in with bad driving habits developed from wrong prior guidance (such as gear change and clutch use), therefore we continue to monitor and assess the student's progress in comparison with assessment standards and develop them with appropriate driving habits

 

Our instructors are fully qualified level four government licensed instructors.

 

Our Teaching methods include developing :

 

The Car Craft

  • Satisfactory operation of car controls (Mirrors, indicators, steering, accelerating, braking, hand brakes)

  • Correct operation of clutch and gears.

  • Interior accessories

The Road Craft

  • General knowledge of road rules.

  • Developing knowledge and right attitude to speed restrictions.

  • Developing a safe and courteous attitude and efficient driving techniques in moving traffic.

  • Developing an aware for possible hazards and other road users. Many young drivers have accidents due to poor attitude towards road safety.

 

Special Tips and Techniques

  • Do not drive with the hand brake on

  • Have enough driving practise so you don't have to keep looking at the controls.

  • Steer with your hands on the outside of the steering wheel.

  • check the Mirrors and blind spot before taking off or changing lanes.

  • Remember to stay in an appropriate gear when coming to a stop.

A list of errors that can fail you at the assessment

  • Disobeying traffic signs, signals and road markings.

  • Performing an illegal maneuver or turn..

  • Exceeding the speed limit.

  • Loosing control of your vehicle.

  • Failing to give way to a pedestrian or an emergency vehicle.

  • Repeatedly not signalling.

  • Failing to give way to a pedestrian or an emergency vehicle.

  • Refusing to attempt any part of the test.

  • Giving way unneccessarily to other vehicles or gap selection.

  • Not following directions from testing officer

  • Failing to park reasonably close to the kerb or adjacent vehicle.

Contact Info

Mobile : 0414 512 935                        Email Us

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday : 9.00 am to 7.00 pm

Weekends :           9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Success Stories

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