Driving Licence in First Attempt

We have a proven record of 98% of quick start driving learners getting the driving license in Sydney successfully in their first attempt. We are a proud driving school with former learners who have been kind enough to give us their reviews and feedback on our Facebook Page. Driving Lessons in Sydney are entirely different with various programs intended to teach the appropriate skills. Our motto is to forget about the old traditional driver training, Instead We follow a practical approach by taking you through all the critical situations to test your driving in the future. We provide training through our driving Lessons in Sydney at reasonable and Affordable Prices.

Introduction to Learner’s Driving Licence

The rules for a Learner’s license can be confusing to a first-time learner. Which is why we at QuickStartDriving have drawn up a list of the essential things to know while you are applying for the Learner’s License:

  • The age of the applicant must be not less than 16.
  • The applicant has to appear for and pass a Driver Knowledge Test which is usually computerized.
  • He/she should possess a good eyesight.
  • A registered license holder should always accompany the applicant while he/she is driving.
  • He/she should not have a Blood Alcohol Level over 0.00.
  • The ‘L-plate’ (black-on-yellow L) should be conspicuously visible on the driving vehicle.

It must be noted that there are a few minor variations to the above rules as per different parts of Australia, but with professionals like us training you, rest assured that we shall take care of all the details that you need to know.

Advancing From Learner To Full License

There are around seven steps to progress from a learner to a full license:

  1. You should pass the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) to get your learner license.
  2. You must hold a learner license for at least 12 months and complete 120 hours of driving practice under RMS Accredited driving instructor, including 20 hours of night driving (unless you’re 25 or older).
  3. Yet Again pass the Driving Test to get your provisional P1 (RED) license.
  4. You must again hold your P1 (RED) license for at least 12 months.
  5. You should then pass the Hazard Perception Test (HPT) to get your provisional P2 (GREEN) license.