Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, You CAN. Under Public Health Orders, currently “the only legal way” to have a proper driving lesson is through a professional driving school like us. You can still drive with your supervising driver as well but ONLY for essential travel like to/from a supermarket NOT for the sake of having a lesson but with us you CAN. You can check this page for more information.
Yes, all of our cars are equipped with dual controls for your safety and have been fully inspected and verified by TfNSW (Transport for NSW).
Yes, all of our cars are equipped with credit card facilities for your convenience. Please note that a 2.2% merchant fee applies to all card payments to cover the cost of processing the payment.
Yes, Keys2Drive lessons are available in selected areas. Please contact our office on 1300 806 506 for more information.
Young drivers will be offered the chance to learn more about road safety and reduce their log book driving hours under a raft of changes by the NSW Government covering Learner licences. For more information, click HERE.
Transport for NSW 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 below.New Road Rules
It totally depends on your skills and learning abilities. We show you the fastest and most practical way to learn to drive but every student is different. It usually takes an average of 25 lessons for someone with no experience to be able to drive safely.
Yes. At the end of the lesson, your instructor will fill in your log book.
You must be at least 16 years old before you can apply for a car learner licence in Australia.
It’s best to learn in an automatic, as there are differences between the two. Driving an automatic is also easier than a manual, so it helps if you gain confidence and improve your road skills in an automatic before trying to learn manual. You can learn to drive manual later if that’s what you want to do.
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.
It does. It depends on the origin of your licence and your driving skills. TfNSW recognises driver licences issued from certain countries and you may not need to pass a driving test. In some other cases, you may be issued a full licence or a Green P rather than a Red P after passing the driving test depending on how long you have been holding your overseas licence for. Please contact our office on 1300 806 506 for any further information.
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.
Yes, we provide lessons 7 days a week. Please consider booking a few days in advance to avoid disappointment.
Yes, you can. However you need to have your first lesson in one of our cars for your instructor to assess your driving abilities. If your instructor deems you safe to drive your own car you can have your next lesson in your own car as long as it complies with TfNSW regulations for learner vehicles and is fully insured.


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