- Driving in NSW with a foreign licence
- Teach Yourself Driving in Australia
- RAA Road Safety – Learning to Drive – Learners Test
- Department of Transport and Main Roads, Schools’ guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Below is a list of commonly asked questions but don’t worry, if you can’t see your question below then feel free to contact us and we will do our best to answer you.
Research shows that learner drivers are much safer, more competent drivers and are involved in fewer accidents when provided with a structured approach to their driving training.
Automatic cars are much easier to learn in because there are no clutches or gears to worry about. This means that you will most likely require fewer lessons, but, if you obtain an automatic vehicle license then you are not licensed to drive a manual vehicle.
You can always obtain your automatic license and then later on if needed go for your manual license.
If you want to discuss the right choice for you then please feel free to contact us.
As a minimum requirement you must complete the 120 hours in your logbook. This can include 10 hours with a certified instructor. The 10 hours completed with the instructor will count as 30 hours in your logbook.
The 120 hours is used to get all your driving skills up to the required standard in a variety of driving conditions eg: night,sunny,raining. This is a minimum requirement the more practice you can get the better and safer driver you will become.