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Your instructor will assess your driving competency level and develop a plan to work towards your licence test. The instructor will tailor the curriculum to your individual needs. In addition, the instructor will use a progress sheet and competency rating system, to help keep track of your progress and get you ready to pass your licence test.

There is no minimum number of lessons you must have. However it's unlikely that you will pass your test without any professional driving lessons. 10 hours of professional driving lessons is worth 30 hours in your logbook.

Yes. A qualified driving instructor undergoes training so that they not only know the road rules, how to drive defensively and how to anticipate other road users movements, but also so that they can share this knowledge effectively with a student. A driving instructor’s role is to build confidence and skills in the learner driver so that they understand consequences, can make judgments and know the law.

Of course! We have all heard stories about rude and impatient instructors, but our instructors expect that as a learner you will need their patience and support - they enjoy helping you.

We offer driving lessons from Palm Cove to Edmonton.

This is a good idea when the car will be used for a driving test. It is also a good idea when a learner has a new car and wishes to familiarize themselves with it prior to licensing. 2Pass Driving School is able to offer customers training in their vehicle, provided the vehicle is registered, roadworthy and comprehensively insured. The lesson charge is not reduced for lesson in a customer’s own car.?

You can view defensive Driving Course pricing at this link: Defensive Driving Pricing

Students learn to improve their driving skills by reducing their driving risks by anticipating situations and making safe well-informed decisions.

It is a set of driving skills that allows you to defend yourself against possible collisions caused by bad drivers, drunk drivers, and poor weather. If you look ahead and keep your eyes moving, you will spot potential hazards more easily.

Yes. It’s best to have at least 10 hours of experience before attending a defensive driving course. Learner drivers must be accompanied by their supervisor.

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