Our Mission and Core Values

ENJOY Driver Training deliver for each student a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to help them become a responsible, confident, and safe driver on an unique and ENJOYable environment.

 

  • Begin and end with the student in mind.
  • Maintain a high level of integrity and ethical values.
  • Practice mutual respect.
  • Provide quality driving lessons in an enjoyable learning environment.

Key Drivers attitudes and behaviours required to PASS the test first time

1 – Responsible for you and others:
  • Maintain your vehicle in good condition.
  • Focus your attention.
  • Share your space.
  • Watch your speed.
  • Keep your distance.
  • Signal your intentions.
  • Always wear your seat belt.
2 – Confident to lead:
  • Practice, practice, practice.
  • Drive as much as you can.
  • Pick a driving instructor to drive with.
  • Start slowly.
  • Don’t rush to take your driving test.
  • Start in a parking lot.
  • Once you master the parking lot, start with back roads and gradually work up to busy streets and highways.
3 – Safe driving:
  • Think safety first. 
  • Be aware of your surroundings — pay attention. 
  • Do not depend on other drivers. 
  • Keep your speed down. 
  • Have an escape route. 
  • Separate hazards. 
  • Cut out distractions.
4 – Attitude is everything:
  • Manages the risks and be always prepared for the unexpected.
  • Ensure the vehicle is driven in a safe and courteous manner, obeying road rules.
  • Does not demand their rights.
  • Acknowledges a courteous act by another driver.
  • Uses hand signals to assist a confusing situation.
  • Be tolerant of other driver’s mistakes.
  • Give way.

What you need to know

From learner to full licence.

Getting your learner licence

To get your learner licence you must:

  • Be at least 16 years of age.
  • Prove your identity.
  • Pass an eyesight test.
  • Pass a written road rules test.
  • Pay the licence and test fees, unless you’re eligible for a concession.

Getting your P1 licence

To apply for your P1 licence, you must:

  • Be at least 17 years of age.
  • Have held a learner licence for at least 12 months, unless you’re 25 or older.
  • Have logged at least 100 hours driving time in your Learner Driver Log Book, including at least 10 hours of night driving, unless you’re 25 or older.
  • Prove your identity.
  • Pass an eyesight test.
  • Pay the licence and test fees, unless you’re eligible for a concession.
  • Pass the driving test.

Getting your P2 licence

To apply for your P2 licence you must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age.
  • Have held your P1 licence for at least 12 months.
  • Prove your identity.
  • Pass the Hazard Perception Test.
  • Pay the licence and test fees, unless you’re eligible for a concession.

Getting a full licence

To apply for your full licence, you must:

  • Be at least 20 years of age.
  • Have held your P2 licence for at least 24 months.
  • Prove your identity.
  • Pass an eyesight test.
  • Declare that you are medically fit to drive.
  • Pay the licence and test fees, unless you’re eligible for a concession.

Being responsible, confident and having the right positive attitude are the key behaviours for safe driving

Pricing & Packages

  • Initial Driving Training Lesson

    90 Min

  • $75/mo
  • Is structured to measure, evaluate and improve the student’s knowledge, current skill and confidence level.

  • Single Driving Training Lesson

    60 Min

  • $65/mo
  • Is the right choice for anyone who wants to refresh or improve their driving skills as a  pay-as-you-go driving lessons or one-off lessons.

  • Driving Test Preparation Lesson

    120 Min

  • $120/mo
  • Includes specific tips and advices to build your confidence and prepare you for your upcoming driving test.

  • Driving Test
    Day Lesson

    120 Min

  • $150/mo
  • Pickup and drop-off before and after the test, pre-test warm-up, log book and paperwork check and test result session.

Structured Training Packages

Taking into consideration feedback received from students and parents around Australia, our structured training packages were developed to help our students on a planned, effective and successful program as well as providing considerable savings.

  • Save 15%

  • $0/mo
  • Recommended for advanced students.

    Structured lessons approach:

    TRAFFIC SKILLS – 1 Lessons
    LOW RISK DRIVING – 2 Lessons
    BUILDING EXPERIENCE – 2 Lessons

  • Save 20%

  • $0/mo
  • Recommended for intermediate students.

    Structured lessons approach:

    TRAFFIC SKILLS – 3 Lessons
    LOW RISK DRIVING – 4 Lessons
    BUILDING EXPERIENCE – 6 Lessons

  • Save 25%

  • $0/mo
  • Recommended for novice students.

    Structured lessons approach:

    BUILDING A FOUNDATION – 2 Lessons
    TRAFFIC SKILLS – 5 Lessons
    LOW RISK DRIVING – 6 Lessons
    BUILDING EXPERIENCE – 7 Lessons

Need to know more?

Why do I need a driving instructor?

A good driving instructor can be very helpful not only to the novice driver but also to more advanced students teaching the right behaviors and skills from fundamental driving skills, improve maneuvering skills and observations checks to finally preparing the student for their driving test.

What is the minimum age requirement to apply for a driver license?

You must be at least 16 years old before you can apply for a car driver licence in Australia.

When should I get driving lessons ?

You should see us as soon as you get your learners licence. Lessons are most effective when you are new to driving.

How many questions will be asked in the Driver Knowledge Test?

30 questions will be asked in the computer-based test. To pass the DKT, you are required to answer at least 27 correctly (9 questions correctly among the 10 about giving way and at least 18 correctly among the 20 about road rules and driver licence requirements questions).

How the 3 log book hours for 1 structured learning hours works?

For each 1 hour spent with an accredited driving instructor will count for 3 hours in the learner driver logbook in QLD. The Queensland Transport allows for a maximum of 10 driving tuition hours to be recorded as 30 hours in the logbook.

Do your vehicles have dual control?

Yes! All of our fleet have dual controls fitted. This makes them even safer and less daunting when you first sit behind the wheel.

What are some good behaviors to adopt when driving?

Respect for other drivers – don’t tail gate other cars, allow cars to merge in front of you and allow for people to make mistakes.
Awareness – use your mirrors and always be aware of where cars are in relation to your vehicle and scan the road ahead for possible hazards.
Share the road with other drivers.
Never take driving for granted – road conditions change from moment to moment, so even if you drive down a street every day, always be alert for new hazards.
Adopt the attitude, “ I can make a difference to road safety by being a responsible driver”.
Drive to conditions, not the posted speed limits.

How many steps in summary to progress from a learner to a full licence?

  1. Pass the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT)
  2. Hold your learner licence for at least 12 months, and complete 100 hours of supervised driving practice, including 10 hours of night driving (unless you’re 25 or older)
  3. Pass the Driving Test – get your provisional P1 (red) licence.
  4. Hold your P1 licence for at least 12 months and Pass the Hazard Perception Test (HPT) – get your provisional P2 (green) licence
  5. Hold your P2 licence for at least two years (24 months)
  6. Apply for full licence.

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