Safer Drivers Course FAQs

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Q: Do you have any further queries?

If you haven’t found the answer you were looking for from our FAQs page please contact us on (02) 9863 3555 or via email on info@onroad.com.au.

Q: Can I fail the course?

No, you cannot fail the Safer Drivers Course as long as you actively participate in the program.

Q: How does the 20 hours credit work?

After completion of the Safer Drivers Course, all participants will be credited with an additional 20 hours in their logbooks. This will be finalised at the end of Module 2.

Q: What do I need to bring?

Please bring your logbook, driver’s licence and a pen along to both Module 1 and Module 2 of the Safer Drivers Course.


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Young learners can take Safer Drivers Course (NSW)

Written by Ronak Shah

If you are a youngster taking a driving lesson ensure you enrol for the Safer Drivers Course as well in order to be a complete driver. Driving instructors especially Sydney driving instructors advise drivers to go for the course so that roads become safer for all road users.

The Safer Drivers Course gives you deeper understandings of speed management, hazard awareness, secure following distances and gap selection. Completion of the course successfully will entitle you to logbook credit of 20 hours. Two modules are included in the Safer Drivers Course. The first module is a group discussion of about three hours along with other learners to offer a deep understanding on management of possible risks on road. In the second module two learners will be provided with a coaching session consisting of two hours inside a vehicle along with a coach to teach a wide array of practical driving behaviour that ensures safety. Though it is not compulsory to complete the two sessions in a single day, it is wise to do so within a month’s span so that the information you gathered will be fresh within you.


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Safer Drivers Course is now provided by Sydney’s No.1 Award winning Driving School

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“Onroad Driving School Sydney’s leading driving school is now providing RMS accredited course Safer Drivers Course” The New South Wales Safer Drivers Course begins On July 2013, aiming to better train young drivers to reduce road trauma amongst young drivers.

Onroad Driving School is one of the best driving school in Sydney and providing driving lesson throughout Sydney and its suburbs, is now going to provide Safer Drivers Course which is highly promoted by NSW State Government and Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). Onroad Driving School is accredited by the NSW Government RMS to conduct the Safer Drivers Course for learners.


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A successful Safer Drivers Course Module 1 event in Mona Vale by Onroad Driving School

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Safer Drivers Course were organised by Onroad Driving School in Mona Vale on 18th Jan 2014. This was the first event held by Onroad Driving School as a beginning of Safer Driver's Course. The event was successfully completed under the guidance of very experienced RMS trained facilitators.


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More Than 45 students attended Safer Drivers Course by Onroad Driving School in January

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Onroad Driving School, Sydney’s Award Winning Driving School has proven itself as the one of the best driving school in town by helping students in learning safe, low risk and defensive driving. After getting accreditation from RMS they started providing Safer Drivers Course in Sydney. Onroad Driving School’s Safer Driver's Course events are listed at on our homepage.


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Safer Drivers Course - Sydney & Central Coast

Written by Ronak Shah

Join the many thousands of students who have completed the Safer Drivers Course through Onroad Driving School. Why you ask? You will be credited for a further 20 hours in your logbook – helping fast track the remaining driver hours.


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Safer Drivers Course

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If you want to get your P1 from L’s, than Safer Drivers Course is icing on cake for you!

Safer Drivers Course has been introduced by NSW government from July 2013 and it has been designed by Roads & Maritime Services (RMS) as having goal of safe driving practice for learner drivers under 25 years old. A research shows that Learners are in much risk of crash and accident while they are on the mode of getting P1 and also shows that the learners who have more supervised driving practice has less chance of fatal crash.


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