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The lesson will start and finish at the location specified by the learner at the time of booking or starting the lesson. Depending upon the location specified, and the number of hours the learner has had on the road, the lesson will be conducted, it can be in a suitable car park or on quite streets. After enough practice in suitable areas to move off, stop, steer and other skills, the learner will be put to more challenging traffic conditions and busy areas.

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Yes, all our cars are fully maintained, timely serviced and have dual controls.

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Yes, we have both type of cars Automatic and manual.

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This totally depends upon an individual, their capabilities and previous experience or knowledge of driving, if any. Learning is a two way process, so along with the instructions from the professional instructor, effort from the learner driver is required. Generally, if a learner does about 2-3 lessons a week, he/she would overall need less number of lessons.

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Yes, our instructors are approved and accredited by the Northern Territory Department of Transport to perform driving lessons for C Class driver’s licenses. Our instructors have also passed a National Criminal History and a Child Safety Check, hold a valid Ochre Card and a Current First Aid Certificate.

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Duration of driving lessons can be one hour or two hours, it’s entirely up to you. At times, lessons are extended beyond the agreed duration if time allows, and in these cases there is no additional charge. When the lesson duration is agreed to in advance, the applicable rate will be charged (see pricing).

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No, all lessons are one2one.

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Yes, we can pick you up from home, college/school or work/office.

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On your first driving lesson, whether you have driven before or not, you will need to bring an Australian learner’s license or another valid driver’s license. Please also bring along any glasses/contact lenses if you need to wear them, and sensible footwear. Along with the above, you also need to bring payment for the lesson, either cash or a screen shot of online transfer, if you have prepaid or a valid card for EFTPOS.

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No, you cannot take driving lessons without at a learner’s license.

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First of all, make sure you know your road rules. Once you know your road rules, visit the nearest driver licensing and issuing center and present your overseas driver’s license at the time of registration. Once you are registered, you are required to sit a short objective theory test. Once you pass the theory test, a conditional license with condition X is issued. After this, you are required to pass a practical driving test and then you are issued with a full C Class license.

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First of all, make sure you know your road rules. Once you know your road rules, visit the nearest driver licensing and issuing center and sit a short objective theory test. Once you pass the theory test, a Learner’s license is issued.

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