Using the NSW Learner Driver Logbook as a reference, our structured lesson plans comply with the “3 for 1” requirements of the RMS and provide you with the best lesson content in a concise, friendly, adaptable manner.
Modern driver training research highlights one-off training sessions are not as effective as learning over a number of sessions. With in mind, ku-ring-gai driver training offers the following choices:
90 minute lessons $120 (1½ hrs)
2 hour lessons $155
1 hour night/morning drive $90
2 hour night drive $175
*Prices, terms and conditions as of 15 September, 2020.
Cancellation or re-scheduling within 48 hours of any session may incur a cancellation fee
Lessons are pick-up and drop-off from your home, school or other mutually agreed location.
While we make every effort to be punctual, traffic and other delays may result in slight variations. Start time is generally “booked time” “plus or minus” 5 minutes, if we are likely to be more than 10 minutes late we will attempt to call or sms our revised eta. To help with our punctuality we usually allow 30 minutes travel time between lessons.
All lessons and sessions are conducted in the client’s own vehicle/s unless otherwise arranged beforehand. Paul has an automatic Toyota Corolla with dual-controls available at no extra charge for most sessions.
While our pick-up & drop-offs are generally from within the Ku-ring-gai local government area we also cover parts of Hornsby, Willoughby and Warringah lgas that boarder Ku-ring-gai lga (local government area).
Night lesson rates are for lesson booked for a 6:00pm or later start. Actual night hours logged is determined by portion of lesson conducted after sunset and before sunrise. Remainder of lesson time, if any, will be logged as day hours. Bonus hours are added to the day hours column in accordance with RMS instructions.
Morning lessons, those booked for an 8:30am or earlier start are charged at the night time rate.
Downloadable Resources: Driving Test & Preparation Information
Part 1: Are you actually really ready?
Part 2: Have you considered?…
Part 3: Logbook Tasks
Part 4: The five test parameters
Part 5: Some recommended practice drives
Part 6: Driving Test FAQs
Part 7: Driving Habits (general info)
Part 8: Paul’s Driving Tips (general info)
Part 9: Test Day