Based in Geelong, I Educate Driving School offers one on one driving lessons for anyone looking to gain skill and confidence behind the wheel. From first time learners, to retraining for elderly drivers, our services are well tailored for your situation.
Your driving educator matters - we aim to engineer life long important driving habits, putting safe drivers on our roads, not just the basic skills required for operating a vehicle. Our educators receive ongoing training to ensure you are learning the most up-to-date techniques on safe driving.
The statistics say it all!
Our accident rate for drivers within the first 6 months of receiving their license is an amazingly low 2.3%. Compare this to a whopping 90% of accidents in general population P platers, and it’s a no brainer!
“Kevin is a patient and professional instructor who engages with students in a relaxed and supportive manner. What makes him stand apart from other instructors, is the fact that he takes into account the individual learners’ needs and skills, and tailors the lessons accordingly. We would highly recommend Kevin to anyone looking for an exceptional driving instructor!” - Jenny
We will pick you up for your lessons where convenient for anywhere near Westfield Shopping Center, Miranda NSW. Click to see a list of all suburbs.Read More
During our first lesson together, your skill level will be assessed and any areas which may need improvement will be identified. Then we can give you an estimate of how many lessons you may need.
No. We are only insured for lessons in our cars. Also, we have dual controls, so lessons in our cars are safer and easier.
We use Toyota Corolla Accent Hatch Sports 2014 model automatic.
A government funded program which provides learners a free one hour lesson with suitably qualified driving instructors. A supervising driver needs to come along for the lesson and together we work on ideas about how to make our learners safer drivers once they are on their P’s.
Upon reaching 17 years and 11 months of age, you may do the hazard perception test. It takes place at the Vicroads office where you will be shown video footage of different driving scenarios on a computer. You are required to click on the mouse button to perform the “nominated action” at the appropriate time. You must have passed the hazard perception test before you will be allowed to do your licence test.
Don’t worry, you are in good hands. But if something does happen, our cars are fully insured – you won’t have to pay a thing.
No. Most learners use a driving school car but you can take your own. It must be in roadworthy condition, the speedo must be visible from the front passenger seat and the handbrake must be between the front seats.
If you complete your test in a manual car, you are permitted to drive manual or automatic. If you licence test is completed in an automatic car, you will only be able to drive an automatic car while you are on your P’s. Getting an auto licence is quicker, cheaper and easier. A manual licence is required by some employers. It takes longer and is harder to learn manual. Having a manual car at home is highly recommended, so you can practice between lessons with your instructor.
You will need to do the licence test drive again in a manual vehicle. There is no need to do the hazard perception test. You can practice driving a manual car on your auto licence but will need to display your P plates and a “driver under instruction” sign. You must also have a full licence holder beside you
We will check your log book and provide you with a written list of anything that needs to be fixed. Your log book must be at an acceptable standard, or you will not be able to do your licence test. It will be checked by your Vicroads licence tester just prior to your on road drive test.