Onroad Driving Education Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the Safer Drivers Course offered through Onroad Driving Education?

Q: Do you offer NDIS driving lessons?

Q: Can you provide me with an OT Assessment?

Q: Are all your cars dual-controlled?

Q: Do you offer a pick-up and drop-off service?

Q: Do you have any Driving Lesson Packages?

Q: Do you have a cancellation policy?

Q: Can I book my DKT (Driver Knowledge Test) online?

Q: Where can I find more information about getting my NSW driver's licence?

Q: What is the minimum age required to apply for a driver's licence in Australia

You must be at least 16 years old before you can apply for a driver licence (Car class C) in Australia.

Q: What is the DKT?

The Driver Knowledge Test is computer-based test is the first stage of the driver licence process and is composed of 45 questions. You are required to answer at least 41 questions correctly (12 questions correctly among the 15 general knowledge questions and at least 29 among the 30 road safety questions)

Q: Do you advise to learn both automatic and manual?

It would be best to learn automatic to begin with. We do suggest that as it is the easier option and will help you gain confidence on the road and in traffic. If you wish to learn manual you can do so after passing your practical driver test.

Q: How does the demerit point system work

Q: How long will it take to get my driver licence?

Q: Do you fill in my logbook?

Q: How long do lessons go for?

Q: I hold an overseas licence. Is it going to help me get my NSW driver's licence faster?

Q: Do you provide a car for the practical driving test?

Q: Do you offer lessons on weekends?

Q: Am I able to learn in my own car?

Q: Do you offer a 3-for-1 driving lesson so I can get three hours towards my logbook?

Q: Do all your instructors have a Working with Children Check?

Q: What is the Hazard Perception Test (HPT)?

Q: Where is the closest TFNSW Service Centre?

Q: Why should I choose to go with Onroad Driving Education?

Q: What are the differences between driving an automatic car and a manual car?

Q: Do you accept credit cards?

Q: What vehicles are available to drive at Onroad Driving Education?

Q: How do I book for my Driving Test?

Q: Can I get any Log Book credit through an Online Course?

Q: How can I become a Driving Instructor and work for Onroad Driving Education?

If you have completed your TLI41222 - Certificate IV in Motor Vehicle Driver Training and would like to work for Onroad please visit the link below and choose which application you would like to fill out. If you have not yet completed your qualification, click "How to become a Driving Instructor" on the same link .


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