Yes, we do offer this as we are a fully Accredited RMS driving school. (only 10 lessons then it reverts back to one hour)
Yes, the learner needs to be accompanied by a supervisor or parent.
Very safe!! Trainer vehicles all come with an ANCAP rating of 5 and are fitted with certified Dual Controls installed by a special vehicle engineer and certified by the RMS. We ensure we have the latest safety features available to protect our students and instructors. We currently drive Mazda 2 Genki for auto lessons. Manual lessons are available in a student vehicle.
Yes – please feel free to ask your instructor to show you their accreditation, should you wish to view this. Our instructors also carry “Working with children” cards allowing them to supervise Children Under 18 years of age.
Yes, Lectric Driver Training is open 7 days a week.
Yes you can. It’s probably a good idea to do some lessons in your own car as for you to get used to it. Your car must be fully insured registered and roadworthy.
We accept Cash on the day or online (or in-car) credit card payments
Yes – simply go to our ONLINE BOOKINGS and choose the next available time that works for you – that’s it! The available times for your instructor will be displayed and all the types of lessons available – all you do is select your lesson, create the booking and pay either online or cash – it’s that simple.
Yes, should your circumstances change simply click on your booking confirmation email you received and click ” Cancel ” and we’ll refund your booking within 24 hours – please note terms and conditions do apply. Alternatively email us at email@example.com
Simply book …..
Yes email Jim on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0424 536 653 with any questions you may have – as you can imagine, we are busy out driving with students so we will get back in touch as soon as possible
Driver Training is located in Sans Souci and we proudly serve St George, Sutherland Shire, Inner West and the Eastern Suburbs areas and beyond. If you don’t see your suburb, please get in touch!