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are the benefits of an accredited driving instructor?
quite a few! For instance a professional and accredited driving instructor:
government-inspected vehicles to learn in
Can develop custom learning
plans based on individual requirements
Teaches you how to be a safe,
effective and confident driver in all situations
driving lessons only for young adults who are just learning to drive?
not! We have many adult students who need to freshen up their driving skills
for various reasons. We can customise a learning program for you based on your
should I look for in a driving instructor?
course price matters but other factors matter as much or more. Look for an
accredited and experienced instructor. The best instructors have defined
objectives for their students to meet to expedite the time they need to spend
learning and getting their licence.
Can I book a test before my Log Book is approved?
Yes as long as you allow 2 weeks for your Log Book to be approved. If it does not get approved you can reschedule as long it is 3 days before your test.
learner logbook hours?
logbooks are simply logbooks that people with learner’s licences record their
driving hours in. Once you have at least 100 hours logged, you can sit for a
practical driving examination. Note that every single hour spent with an
accredited driving trainer counts as 3 hours of experience in the logbook.
However, there is a limit of 10 hours that this rule can be used for (maximum
of 30 hours in the logbook).
do I get a learner's licence in Queensland?
have to be at least 16 years of age. Then, you need to complete an online
learning program called PrepL or sit for a written road rules test. After
passing either of those, you can apply for your learner’s licence.
much driving experience is required to sit for the practical driving test?
under the age of 25 is required to complete at least 100 hours of driving
experience before testing to progress from a learner’s license. Driving
experience hours are kept track of in a learner’s logbook.