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Driving School in Warragul

The Most Affordable Driving School in Warragul

Package Driving School is one of the most affordable driving schools in Warragul. For many years now, we have provided students with driving lessons in Warragul that are not only affordably priced, but also designed to teach the proper way of driving a car. We focus on the safety aspects of driving while also allowing you to experience the thrill of driving!

We are one of the few driving schools to have different classes for manual and automatic driving lessons in Warragul. That means you can learn exactly what you need to drive the car that you have. Our lessons are tailored to suit your needs, allowing you to learn what you need to know in an engaging and exciting way.

What Makes Package Driving School the Best Option?

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  • One of the most reliable driving schools offering driving lessons in Warragul
  • Separate courses for automatic and manual cars
  • Qualified and highly experienced driving teachers
  • The most affordable driving school in Warragul
  • Group booking discount packages are available
  • Complete support

Please call 0412 503 192 to check instructor accessibility and book your preferred driving lessons in Warragul.  At the specified time, a qualified instructor will arrive at your doorstep in a suitable car. Discover how easy it is to book a lesson at Package Driving School – the most affordable driving school in Warragul.

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FAQ Driving School Melbourne

Q: How long will it usually take to get my driving license?

A: It actually depends on your learning skills and driving abilities. We show you the fastest and most practical lessons to help you learn to drive but every student is different. It always takes a mean of 25 lessons for somebody with no experience to be ready to drive safely.

 

Q: What's the minimum age limit that is set to use for a driver's license?

A: You have to be a minimum of 16 years old before you’ll apply for a car driving license in Australia.

Q: How long does it take for each driving lesson?

A: A traditional driving lesson goes for 1 hour and your instructor will pick you up and drop you off. You’ll prefer to have a double-length session if you would like to learn to drive faster.

Q: Does the driving school provide a car for the driving test?

A: Yes, you’ll hire a car for the test at an inexpensive rate. We also take students for a lesson just before the test in order that they’re confident and cozy.

Q: Are you able to provide a driving lesson on weekends?

A: Yes, we offer lessons 7 days every week. Please consider booking a couple of days beforehand to avoid disappointment.

Q: Can I change my instructors?

A: Sure. We all know that having no difficulties together with your driving instructor makes for an easier – and thus effective – learning experience. If you would like to book a lesson with another driving instructor, just follow the equivalent steps. From your dashboard select ‘find another instructor’ then choose the trainer you are comfortable with. Check their availability and book online. Take your driving lesson. It’s that straightforward.

Q: Am I permitted to get driving lessons in my own/family or friends' car?

A: Under certain conditions, learners might want to receive lessons in their own/family vehicle. This is often not a good idea. Its important to have a dual pedal car where the driving instructor will have control of the car. Also, the driving examiner also checks the car is going to be used for a driver’s test.

It’s also good in a way when a learner features a new car and needs to familiarize themselves with it before licensing. 

Q: Does one advise to learn driving either manual and automatic?
A: It would be best to choose automatic to start with. We do suggest that because it is the easier option and can assist you to gain confidence on the road and in traffic. If you would like to find out the manual you’ll do so after passing your practical driving test.
Q: How many driving lessons will I require to learn driving a car in Melbourne?
A: This depends on the learner, as every student has different abilities, needs, levels of experience, and different opportunities to practice. Keep in mind that anyone who “quotes” a fixed number of lessons over the phone because it is impossible, without first assessing your current skill levels. Once one among our Driving Instructors has assessed your current skill level, ability and has ascertained what proportion of practice you’ll obtain between lessons, we’ll be ready to provide you with an accurate estimate.
Q: Am I allowed to learn to drive in my own new car?
A: You are allowed as long as it is fully insured and relates to the RMS regulations for learner vehicles. Also, for learners its compulsory to have a experienced licensed driver at your side.
Q: How many lessons do I need before I'm ready for my drive test in Vic?

A: Everyone features a different learning ability.

However, some people may only need a couple of lessons but others may require more. It also depends on the frequency of lessons and former experience. confine mind, we suggest regardless of which school you select, have one or two lessons then ask your instructor to offer you an approximate estimate.

If you wish to pass the drive test our recommendations would be go for a 5 driving lessons + a drive test Vic package.

Else, we recommend 3 lessons + drive test Vic

Q: Are you able to book my driving test for me?

A: Yes, we will if you would like to use an instructor’s car for your test.

Q: If I even have booked my very own test, am I required to provide my own car for the test?
A: Yes, you want to bring your secure, suitable vehicle to use for your driving test. It must be registered and insured during a roadworthy condition.
Q: How can I pay charges for my driving lessons?
A: We accept cash, it’s easy to book online or in-person booking with your instructor following your lesson.
Q: Can my driving instructor fill in my logbook?
A: Yes, young drivers are going to be offered the prospect to find out more about road safety and compulsory 120 hours of logbook driving hours under a raft of changes by the VIC Government covering Learner licenses.
Q: Can you pick me up from school and drop me home after my driving session?
A: It depends on the services provided by your respective driving school. Please make these arrangements beforehand together with your instructor – we aim to keep learning to drive as easy and convenient for you as possible.
Q: What are the new road rules that started on 1 November 2012?
A: The RMS has introduced some new rules and regulations which include not using your mobile during a car while driving, signaling at roundabouts, no U-turn on a solid line, and lots more.
Q: Are you able to tell me if I’ll pass my road test?
A: Our instructors would be happy to provide a feedback in a 1-hour driving lesson in order that they can advise you of your current strengths and skills of driving also as any shortcomings which will require additional practice before testing.
Q: Am I able to take refresher driving lessons?
A: Yes, a refresher driving course is suitable for any age – whether you’re 17 or older, a refresher could help improve your driving skills.
Q: When should I start my lessons?
A: Whether you only obtained your learner’s license, have previous driving experience, or have a trial arising soon, lessons can assist you to prepare to become a secure, confident driver. Driving lessons are essential and useful in any part of your driving journey.
Q: How do I select a driving school?
A: Choosing a driving school is often nerve recking, there are many faculties and training programs to settle on from. Any school you choose must be licensed and every Instructor must have a knowledgeable driver training Instructor license alongside completing the required criminal and medical checks.
Q: What proportion of training/practice should I complete before attempting the road test?
A: During the learner’s license stage, VICRoads recommends 120 hours of behind-the-wheel practice time together with your qualified supervisor. This practice time, in conjunction with taking lessons from a driver training professional, will help new drivers to create a robust foundation of skills and prepare to become safe, confident drivers.
Q: What is the average driving lesson cost in Melbourne?
A: Cost: 1-hour automatic driving lessons: $60 per hour

45 min: $50

Q: Am I able to take driving lessons if I even have never driven before?
A: All of our driving instructors welcome the chance to supply driving lessons to learner drivers who haven’t driven before.
Q: Is one driving lesson every week enough?
A: So as to retain information and fully immerse yourself into professional driving, one lesson every week isn’t enough to realize the experience that comes with consistent driving.
Q: Can I learn to drive in a month?
A: It depends on your learning ability and experience if any. If you quickly like to learn to drive, you must consider an intensive driving course. While the particular learning time is going to be almost like those taking weekly lessons, you’ll learn to drive during a month – or less!

Our Driving School in Cranbourne is located at : 5 Ruffy Dr, Cranbourne VIC 3977

Great last minute appointment.

Great last minute appointment. Would definitely recommend for a driving instructor! 🙂 Great advice and a very nice humble person.

TONY SPAULL
TONY SPAULL
Learnt a lot of new things that helped me during my driving test.

I had an amazing experience with my driving instructor. Learnt a lot of new things that helped me during my driving test. Very thankful 

UROOBA MALIK
UROOBA MALIK
Great instructor.

Great instructor. Very friendly. I would highly recommend this one.

VIVEK K
VIVEK K