Written by Ronak Shah

***WE ARE BACK!***

Dear valued customers,

We at Onroad Driving School want to thank you for your ongoing support and patience during this uncertain time and we hope that you are safe and healthy.

It is with pleasure to announce that we are able to resume our services from 1st May 2020 under government guidelines.

Transport for NSW has indicated that services such as driving lessons and assessments, and the Safer Drivers Courses are considered 'essential' services which means every customers may access those lawfully.

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Digital Log Book - Benefits for Learner Drivers

Digital Log Books?

 Service NSW Roads and Maritime Service now allow the learner drivers, less than 25 years of age, to use digital log books to record their driving experience and submit their log book straight from the app, instead of paper log book.

 Are you confused about whether to use paper log book or digital log book?

 Here are the pros and cons for your consideration.

 Problems with the paper log book

There are many issues with the paper Log Books, some of which have prevented driving tests from going ahead.

  • It’s easy to make mistakes when entering the details.
  • Entries need to be entered in a certain format otherwise you risk rejection on the day of your driving test.
  • Cumbersome calculations are involved.
  • A quick check on learner progress is not possible.
  • It’s not easy to share with supervisors in building skills of the learner.
  • The book can get lost or damaged resulting in loss of experience records.
  • It’s inconvenient to carry (for instance, remembering to take it to school in readiness for an after school drive).
  • A forgotten or misplaced Log Book may result in unrecorded driving experiences.

 Benefits of the Licence Ready digital log book

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