Paid $15,000 for a FREE lesson

True story…one of my friends, got a very kind offer from her friend,  that he could help her learn driving in his car, a sweet start.

In the 1st lesson, my learner friend, although under “supervision” from her friend who was a full licence holder, slammed on the accelerator and turned the wheel to the wrong side, and hit a building’s letter boxes wall.

And her nice volunteering  friend, did not have insurance. So she paid for the repair of the building and the car, total $15,000.

A very sad story…

If, she took on an instructor’s lesson, paid maybe $50 for that lesson, that kind of accident very unlikely to happen, coz the instructor would have full control to the car and much better trained to handle the ‘rough learners’…even it happened, she could have enjoyed the no liability treat, and even better, the instructor would have to arrange a taxi to take her home, with no charge to her.

You know what I mean…

Not every RTA Test Centre is equal

Well I just got a call this morning from a new student, planning to do his driving test in a certain RTA centre. I asked him if there was any particular reason that he wanted to do his test there, he said no. So I told him if no special reason, don’t do your test there!

 

I am glad he called us…

 

Not every RTA centre is the same for learners, due to the road and traffic conditions during normal test hours.

 

We cannot reveal how unequal they are due to the sensitivity of the issue. Please give us a call if  you wish to discuss which RTA test centre is good for you.

Which way do I steer when reversing?

I know its confusing enough…so let me make it simple and easy:

If the rear of your car going LEFT, then steer to LEFT;

If the rear of your car going RIGHT, then steer RIGHT.

 

Reverse Parallel Parking as Easy as 1-2-3

Most learner drivers (and even some full licencees) see Reverse Parallel Parking as hard as climbing Mt Everest. I have been using this approach to teach students and all of them can do it in the first lesson, they are usually amazed by their ability, so I think I should share it here for more to benefit.

 

How driving test can fail easy

My son just told me, one of his friends booked the driving test yesterday, planning to past it, then drives by himself to high school formal today. But, one of his car’s indicator lights did not work, so he failed the test even before starting the engine! $48 test fee gone,ouch…

 

Other common problems are, the brake light not working, the thread of the tyres too low, etc.

 

That’s why its smarter to rent the instructor’s car, which is usually much better maintained…

 

Welcome to Auto1 Driving School Sydney

Want to get that “P” fast? Yes we’ll train you to achieve that. Learning to Drive safely and competently is a once only investment for a lifetime of safe motoring.
But we do more…

Our vision is that Australia will become the safest place for drivers. And our mission is to work with the communities to train a new generation of great drivers who have the right skills and mindset to enhance the long term driving safety and prosperity of themselves and the people around.

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