How Many Driving Lessons Does it Take to Pass my Driving Test?
To get your full Australian driver’s licence you will need to take both a theory (DKT) and practical driving test.
They require completely different skills as one is a multiple-choice test administered in a testing centre on a computer and the other is driving or riding your vehicle.
The chances of you passing without practising are very slim, but how much practice should you do before you go for your test?
A number of factors affect how easy or difficult you will find the tests:
- Your age – younger minds tend to adapt and learn more quickly and fast.
- Your personality – Keen, willing people will apply advice more readily than mulish people.
- Your natural aptitudes – some people are naturally(born to drive) initially better at controlling a vehicle.
- Your previous experience – if you have grown up on a farm and thrashed a car around a paddock then you will have a better understanding of how a vehicle handles than someone that has never sat behind a wheel, but bear in mind that driving on the road avoiding other road users is much different to driving in a field avoiding what the cows have left behind.
- Your commitment – committing to go through the process of learning to drive in a reasonable amount of time rather than letting it drag on for ages will allow you to acquire good habits early on.
- Your tuning with driving instructor– a good driving instructor will match your requirements and will be able to give you the confidence you need more quickly than a bad one.
Numbers of Hours requirement before Driving Test (Under 25 of age) :
In NSW, if you’re under 25 years old, you’ll need to fill out a log book to get your learner licence, with 120 hours of supervised driving including 20 hours of night driving. After that you have to pass HPT (Hazard Perception Test) is a computer-based test that you need to pass before you can take the driving test and get your provisional P1 licence.
Numbers of Hours requirement before Driving Test (Over 25 of age) :
In NSW, if you’re over 25 years old and if you don’t have any overseas licence you need to pass HPT (Hazard Perception Test) is a computer-based test that you need to pass before you can take the driving test and get your full Australian licence.
So, do we just want to extend out the number of lessons you take with us?
No, we are not after stretching out your lessons so you can pay more. It all depends on how fast you will learn, what you want, and what your budget allows you to get. For great-quality training, with good value for your cash, for example, you could opt to book for 5 lessons, at $280 for automatic cars or book 10 lessons at $550 for automatic car. You can get more information about these prices on our website, and choose the plan that you think will work out best for you. We believe that safe driving on our roads is achieved only through proper training.