A school zone is a designated area where there is a school nearby and the presence of school children. In NSW more than one million school students travel to and from school each day. This means you must be very careful when driving because they may hurry across the road or come running on to […]
An important and yet ignored part of driving is the parking. Many fail to heed the rules of the road when parking, citing many excuses as they think it could not matter for short periods. But it does affect others. Parking rules make sure that vehicles stop at the proper place so it would not […]
Driving at night is an important component of any driving lesson, and in NSW, a learner must have a minimum of 20 hours of night driving out of the total 120 hours of supervised driving for the log book holders. Night driving is defined as driving between sunset and sunrise. The driving school in Manly […]
As novice drivers, we tend to want to drive at all times, whether or not we feel comfortable and fully operational, even more than mature drivers. This is particularly because novice drivers are more likely to disregard the possible risks associated whilst driving with either fatigue or drowsiness, hence suggesting how beginners, especially on the […]
Driving can be a daunting task if you are just starting out. There are multiple things to keep in mind, and it can be a bit worrying. However, there really is nothing to worry about. Driving is a pleasure to learn and to engage in, so buckle up and get behind the wheel!
Whether it is […]
Many people think that learning to drive is a young person’s thing. It really is not. Many people aged 50 and even above still continue to learn driving. All you require is a ‘can-do’ attitude and an interest in learning to drive. Hence, for migrants, learning Australia’s driving system will find it easy and quick. […]