Driving Lessons Northern Suburbs
It can be a daunting task to learn driving for the first time. So many factors are involved in first time driving. The biggest factor is winning your nerves and getting behind the wheel with a driver instructor. Once this phase is over and you’ve settled in and exchanged formalities with your instructor then the real fun starts.
Getting Your Licence
Never be put off trying to get your licence. Every adult in Melbourne just about needs their own drivers licence. If you can get it then get it. Don’t leave it off for later years. We believe anyone reading this page can get their driver’s licence with ease. First believe that in due course you will eventually have your own licence and the rest is history.
Take action now
Take action now and call our driving school to book your driving lessons. We have a driving course to suit any level of driving skills. Learner drivers at all levels are welcome.
Recommended Driving Lessons
We recommend as a minimum you take at-least one lesson each week to get you into the mood for driving. But in reality we recommend more than just one to getting your licence quicker. Rahma Driving School recommends minimum of 2 lessons per week. We know it can be costly but having those extra lessons within short time instills more skills into the learner driver. You end up being more confident and in reality you’re going to attain your licence quicker.
Pay Attention To Your Driving Lessons
Be systematic and keep notes and pay attention to everything. You’re paying for lessons so tune in and make it your moneys worth. Keep your log book and record every lesson, the time of the day and have it signed by your instructor. These are needed later when you’re ready and make a booking for your driving test.
Although you have your Learners in your pocket we all need to keep an active role in remembering the road rules. It’s always great to be knowledgeable when it comes to road rules. Road rules are for life. You and your family depend on your skills in your future.
Taking Professional Driving Lessons
Take up professional driving lessons with Rahma Driving School Bundoora for a better learning experience. We are patient and understand that every learner driver is unique. We will build your road confidence resulting in a safe and knowledgeable driving experience. Our instructors will assess your level of knowledge and accordingly apply the right lesson.
We Love Giving Driving Lessons
Did we mention that we are passionate in our work and love giving driving lessons to all our students.
Build confidence behind the wheel.
Learn to feel secure on the road.
Feel good while driving the car.
Learn to drive in busy conditions.
You will get test simulation before your driving test.
Learn how to share the road with other road users.
Learn defensive driving techniques in busy traffic.
You will learn to reverse and angle park your car.
Learn to drive at night time with confidence.
Package deals are cost effective savings and enable a quicker success in obtaining your licence.
Driving in wet weather tips
Perhaps most car accidents happen during wet weather and caused by drivers who don’t take the extra caution while the roads are wet. First and foremost: slow down! It takes longer to stop or adjust in wet weather. Any vehicle will slip on wet roads so ad extra distance between yourself and the cars in front of you. Also, the best choice to make on a flowing traffic is to lower the speed perhaps by 5 – 15 kms/hour.
Roads today are engineered to slow downwards toward the sides. The center of the road is designed so that gravity pulls the water down hence to the sides. So, drive toward the middle lanes if possible – water tends to pool in the outside lanes.
Although it is best to reduce speed in wet weather one should also Maintain proper following distance (3 Second Rule in dry weather and this needs to be increased in wet weather somewhat. The heavier the weather conditions the more time should be allowed between yourself and the next car in front of you.
Maintaining your driving in the same tracks of the car ahead of you will be best because the water that is already on the track has been washed by the wheels of the car in front and thereby allowing you to have a better grip on the road.
In wet weather it is best to avoid following large trucks or buses too closely. Allow a good distance so that the turbulent water droplets do not obscure your view. Driving too closely to bug vehicles tends to cause dirt and large amounts of water to be thrown onto your windscreen.
Another factor to be aware of when overtaking large vehicle only pass with care and only when it’s safe to do so. If you must pass, do so quickly and safely. Never rush, wait for the best opportunity and then make the move.