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Quality Driving Instruction = Less Driving Lessons

To ensure our students stay on track with their learning, Indi Drive instructors teach from a "learner driver curriculum". The skills we practice during a driving lesson will be recorded by the driving instructor for the student and parents to track the learning progress.

This means you will know exactly what you are spending your money on and can choose what skills are covered in your driving lessons.

We often hear from our students that they have done 5 lessons with another school and not learnt as much as 1 lesson with Indi Drive. Be aware that cheap lessons doesn't always mean you save money. Know what you are paying for and invest in quality instruction that will give you the skills to stay safe on our roads.

Our learner driver skills curriculum includes:

  • Vehicle operation
  • Steering
  • Accelerating and braking control
  • Signalling
  • Leave and return to kerb
  • Turns right and left
  • Speed control
  • Cornering
  • Clutch Control (manual)
  • Hill Starts
  • Gear Changing
  • Straight reverse
  • Right of Way
  • Road Signage
  • Signalling
  • Roundabouts
  • Stop Signs
  • Give Way
  • Controlled and Uncontrolled intersections
  • Pedestrians
  • Blind spots
  • Observation and Scanning
  • Emergency Stop
  • System of Vehicle Control
  • When to use the Horn
  • Decision making
  • Crash avoidance
  • Securing the vehicle
  • Forward Parking (Right and Left)
  • Reverse Parking (Right and Left)
  • Angle Parking
  • Parallel Parking
  • Reverse Parallel Parking
  • “I’ve Left Something Behind” Drill
  • U Turns
  • Hook Turns
  • Drive Way Turns
  • 3 Point Turns
  • Cal De Sac
  • Decision making and other road users
  • Observation
  • Crash Avoidance
  • Roundabouts
  • Turns at Traffic Lights
  • Lane Changing and gap selection
  • Overtaking and being overtaken
  • Merging lanes
  • Freeway driving
  • Fuel – Filling up
  • Pre-drive check
  • Tyre Change
  • Warning Lights
  • Mobile phones and Bluetooth
  • City Driving
  • Open roads and highways
  • Narrow streets
  • Country roads (sealed)
  • Country roads (unsealed)
  • Night Driving (Minimum 5 hours required in log book)
  • Dawn and Dusk Driving
  • Wet Weather Driving
  • Heavy Traffic
  • Drive throughs (McDonalds)
  • Decision making drills
  • Mock assessments
  • Practicing test routes