Learn To Drive - Get Your Ps
Teaching Official Vicroads Testing Routes
Whether you are a new and nervous learner driver or never even driven a car before will not be a problem as we conduct driving lessons in Melbourne with patient driving instructors who base lessons on communication, achievement and enjoyment.
Solo Driving Training Recommends: (Lessons)
Learner drivers who are approaching or have completed the 120 log book hours and are nearly ready for the driving test we recommend a minimum of 5 hours of driving lessons.
Example: 1 Hour 5 Pack & Test Package
Learner drivers who are new to driving we recommend a minimum 10 hours of driving lessons to begin with.
Example (a) 1 Hour 10 Lesson Package
Example (b) 1.5 Hour 5 Lesson Package
Once a safer driver you may continue driving lessons with friends and family and come back to us when you've nearly finished the 120 log book hours.
If this is outside your budget we have cheaper packages to choose from click lessons button on the top.
Solo Driving Training Recommends: (Meeting Point)
Solo Driving Training - driving lessons are typically conducted on official Vicroads testing routes where you gain an understanding of the driving test format and procedures including the types of instructions you can expect from the Vicroads testing officer on test day. We have a higher pass rate this way.
We encourage all clients to meet at the Vicroads so the entire driving lesson can be conducted on official testing routes where you gain the advantage to passing the driving test and for best results.
It takes around 1 hour to complete a Vicroads testing route during the driving lesson including clarifying learner driver’s mistakes and a full explanation by the driving instructor. If you cannot make it to your local Vicroads we pick you up from an address of your choice or a local train station.
Hazard Perception Test (HPT)
Book your Hazard Perception Test (HPT). A computer test done in VicRoads offices. The HPT can be booked on the above link or by calling 131171 or visiting your local VicRoads office.
The Hazard Perception Test is a computer-based test that focuses on scenarios where probationary drivers are more likely to be involved in a crash. The test assesses your ability to recognize and respond to potential hazards in the safest way possible.
The Hazard Perception Test can be taken by novice drivers, those who need to convert to a probationary licensee and those who will convert to a full license.
The Hazard Perception Test needs to be completed before you can take the Drive Test.
To take the Hazard Perception Test you must hold a current Victorian car learner permit and be at least 17 years and 11 months of age. You can now choose to take the test online or in-person.
Contact VicRoads using the above info for available dates and times for the driving test. Before finalizing the booking with VicRoads, our existing learner clients should contact their driving instructor and verify their instructors availability for the test booking. Alternatively all clients may contact Solo Driving Training by firstname.lastname@example.org or
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Vicroads Appointment Fees
All Vicroads appointment fees found here (Learner Knowledge Test, Hazard Perception Test and Driving Test) are to be paid by the learner to Vicroads. These are separate to our fees. Our fees can be found on our prices button.
Fill the declaration page on your Vicroads log book. (You do not need a log book if you are over 21 years of age)
In your Vicroads log book enter closer to 130 hours of driving or more.
Signatures from each driving instructor to be matching throughout entire Vicroads log book.
Keep your Vicroads log book entries neat. (do not rip out pages. strikethrough entire incorrect entries instead).