Driving Lessons during the School Holidays can book up fast so please call as early as you can to secure your place. I appreciate that this is the ideal time to work through those 100 hours and I’m always happy to do so. I’ve even extended my hours to cover the extra requests, just call and ask and I’ll do my best to get you in. PHONE 0428 611 170
Remember, just one hour with me counts as three (3) hours in your log book (up to ten hours) so thats great value when you’re pushing through your 100 hours. take advantage of my 5 hour or 10 hour package that allows a better per hour price for you. Click here for all my Driving lessons rates and special offers. Anything I can do to help, I always try to do! Also worth mentioning that the consistency we will have as instructor/student will come through as we get to know each other and move progressively through the lessons.
The school holidays and university holidays is a great to catch up on some hours. the pressure of exams is behind you for now, so take advantage and call me anytime: PHONE 0428 611 170
Acquiring your driving license can seem like a big up hill climb, but you will get to the top with help and guidance.
The first thing to find out is what you need to do, and this article explains all those steps and takes away all the mystery.
Step 1: When you turn 16 years of age, you can apply for your learner license. click on this link here for the application of your learner driving license
Step 2: You must pass a written test about the road rules before you can get your learners license. Click on this link here for the road rules for your written test
Step 3: Practice your Test! – lick on this link that will allow you to practice the test online
Learner Log Book
The learner log book is for you to keep a record of your driving hours as a learner. After you complete 100 hours as a learner you will then be eligible to sit your driving license exam.
When you receive your learner license, you will also receive your learner logboook. Click here for the learner license log book.
You can also use the learner logbook app to record your driving hours
Call us for your driving lessons, anytime on 0428 611 170
What makes the best driving school for teenagers? The right car? the right instructor? the right time of day? The answer is all of the above. All are taken into consideration here at Learn To Perfect Driving School. As the owner and operator and with more than 14 years experience I have based our driving school on the the end result, which is for the teenager to be a safe driver, that’s right, a safe driver first, and that skill and mindset will follow through with a pass for the driving test.
Teenage Driving Student Life – School and Home
Most teenagers seeking their driving license are typically in senior high school and already have many demands upon them every day. Driving lesson timing and duration are important considerations in addition to learning vehicle skills. For most of them, driving is an activity they look forward to and that positive attitude goes a long way to the learning process and in succeeding on the day of their driving test. Assessing student progress is key to their ongoing learning. If the student is not progressing during morning lessons, we may discuss the option of shifting to afternoon lessons. Each student’s progress is assessed on an individual case as different individuals respond in different ways.
If you are looking for a driving school for teenagers, one that is responsive to the different learning aptitudes of teenagers contact us today by phone or email. I look forward to speaking with you soon.