Young drivers will be offered the chance to learn more about road safety and reduce their logbook driving hours under a raft of changes by the NSW Government covering Learner licences. For more information, Click HERE
Onroad Driving School provides this Safer Drivers Course, For Location - Please Click HERE.
RMS (Previously RTA) has introduced New Road Rules which includes No holding the mobile phone in a car while driving, Signaling at Roundabouts, No U Turn on Solid Lines (Exceptions do apply) and many more. Please visit the following link for further details: New Road Rules, Started from 1 November, 2012
Yes, all our driving instructors are accredited by RTA so we provide driving lessons in dual controlled vehicles. In fact, we prefer to use our car for driving lesson.
You may refer to the official website and get the latest information there. Here is the URL: http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au
45 questions will be asked in the computer-based test. To pass the DKT, you are required to answer at least 41 correctly (12 questions correctly among the 15 general knowledge questions and at least 29 correctly among the 30 road safety questions).
Q: If I am going to drive an automatic but we have a manual car at home, do you advise that I learn both?
It's best to learn in an automatic as that's what you're going to drive. You can always learn to drive manual later if that's what you want to do. Driving automatic is also easier to learn than manual, so it helps if you gain confidence and road skills in an automatic before trying to learn manual.
From 31 January 2011, the demerit points threshold for unrestricted licence holders in NSW increased from 12 to 13 points. From 31 December 2010, demerit points for 22 offences committed on or after this date will be reduced or removed.These include roundabout, indicator, bus lane and towing offences. Demerit points for key road safety offences such as speeding and seatbelt use will remain unchanged, So please follow the previous demerits point system until further notification from RTA.
It’s totally dependant on your skills and learning abilities. We show you the safest and most practical way to learn to drive, but every student is different. We will not push you to go for your test until you are ready to drive safely and know all the road rules.
The lessons go for 1 hour and your instructor will pick you up and drop you off. They will also discuss your 20 point safety analysis which might take another 5 or 10 minutes.
It does all depend on the origin of your licence and your driving skills. Most of the time, our instructor will inform you on the first lesson, using the 20 point analysis report to assess your skills. Please contact our office for further information about overseas licence conversion and driving conditions in Australia.
Yes, we will lend you 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.
You can, as long as it complies with RTA regulations for learner vehicles.
Please click on this link to get more information. http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/licensing/gettingalicence/car/learners/index.html
Q: Do you offer 3 for 1 driving lesson so we get 3 hours for doing one hour driving lesson in logbook?
Yes, All our Instructors are Licensed by the RTA so we do offer 3 for 1 driving lesson. Pleaes let us know when you book a lesson.