Congrats to Abdul for passing one go with 97%



Congrats to Reshma for 97% pass

How to prepare your Log Book well before P test

If you are under age of 25 on the P test day, you’d need your log book. The test is stressful by itself for most peop0le, so prepare your log book well would certainly help reduce your stress. For some extreme cases, you may not be able to do the P test if your lob book has serious issues. Here are the step by step guide:

1. Please make sure every page has correct “Page Total” and “Running Total”, and numbers add up to over 120 total hours with at least 20 night hours. Every line must be signed and recorded accordingly.

2. Please make sure the Supervising driver sign the Declaration page, this is more important if the learner is using a driving school’s car, the instructor would not certify for something he or she is not 100% sure, if the supervising driver did not sign, that means the learner may not  be able to do the test!

For this page of “Learning Goals check list”,  all 20 lessons must be ticked too. This page is next to the Declaration Page.


3.  Please ask the supervising driver to sign ALL 20 Lessons, one by one

Please contact us asap if you have any question, we are here to help.

We are closed 25-28 Dec, and 1-3 Jan

We have got enough in 2020, still we sincerely wish you a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!

Tips for parking, as easy as 1-2-3

Parking is one of the essential driving skills that we need to use at the end of the journey. We use it only seconds a day, however if we cannot park well at the end of any driving journey, it can give us some great trouble and stress. Also parking back to a car park space is the end of any driving test, not parking well is certainly no good for passing it.

Here are three simple tips to help you park well in the test and the future (the usual head-in parking):

1) Go the space on the opposite of the car park space

2) Use a big circle to turn the whole car into the space, do not go short cut

3) Keep measuring your WHOLE car position against the parking lines, memoerise the lines before you can’t see the car park space, use your memory of the lines to do the final adjustment.

Congrats to Rahul

Congratulations to Ragini and Ruchira

Ragini is the latest Hall of Fame winner — 98% pass in the 1st driving test! We never like 2nd time!

Driving in the rain

Driving in the rain is not as romantic as “walking in the rain”. Here are some tips to help new drivers prepare for their first driving in the rain.


1) Turn on the windscreen wipers to get clear vision, it’s usually on the other side of blinkers (turning lights) , push down to turn it on, and wiping faster, or lift up to slow down the wiper, and highest position is “stop”. Use back window demister or wiper (if installed) to maintain rear vision.

2) Turn on air cond to clear the moisture that would make the windscreen and windows blurry.

3) If the road surface is wet, use lower gears, e.g., turn off the “ECO” mode, to get better grip for the tyres from road surface

4) Drive a bit slower (5~10 km KMH less) than usual for light to moderate rain, and 20 or more KMH less for heavier rains. Do not stop at the side of motorway when heavy rain pouring down,  it’s highly highly dangerous because in heavy rain, the other drivers including truck drivers cannot see well, the risk of being hit from behind is very high, and if that happens, fatality is quite likely in such a high speed area. Keep driving slowly is a much safer option in the heavy rain until you can exit motorway and park aside safely.

5) Brake earlier and gentler than usual as the brakes take longer distance to stop the car. Keep longer following distance from front vehicle so you can have plenty of time to use brakes.

6) Avoid baking when turning as your car might easily skid and lose control.

7) Turn on your lights especially fog lights (if installed) to improve your car’s visibility to other drivers so your safety also improves

Luckily Sydney only snowed once in the past 25 years, so it’s not really a worry. However, in summer the hail storm is a real threat. I got it once in my driving life. What I did was to find a nearby undercover carpark and hide in there with another dozen of drivers, and only got out when the hail storm stopped. Do not hide under trees as you might be hit by thunders.

If you are not sure of how the relative controls work, please refer to your car’s owner’s manual. Alternatively, you are welcome to give us a call to discuss. Your safety matters to us.

Please do not drive into the rain without being prepared properly.

Congrats to Sania and Serena

Next school holiday is coming, book your P test now

School holidays are known to be driving test friendly, due to no school zones and less traffic. The next school holiday is 26 Sep 2020-10 Oct 2020. If you want to do your P test in such a nice time, book your test(and lessons) now…