It's best to meet your driving instructor at Dandenong Vicroads in order to conduct the driving lessons on the actual Vicroads testing routes (We have a higher driving test pass rate this way). Getting to know the official Dandenong testing routes and test format gives you a massive advantage to passing the driving test. Each testing route takes around 45 – 60 minutes to complete including clarifying student mistakes (whether you are a learner driver of overseas driver). Picking up and dropping off from your location may take up to 30 minutes leaving us with insufficient time to complete a full testing route within that driving lesson. If you cannot make it to Vicroads you may consider:
having longer more constructive driving lessons, 90 minutes or 120 minutes
meeting at a nearby train station or point to begin and finish driving lessons
pick a different Vicroads location nearer to your home which may work out to be more convenient and cheaper
We offer 45 minute lesson packages however we recommend the 60 minute driving lesson packages. With the 45 minute lesson packages it's essential to meet your allocated driving instructor in Dandenong Vicroads.
Each testing route takes a minimum of 45 minutes to complete. Getting to know the official Dandenong testing routes gives you a big advantage to passing the driving test..
Our Car by Law
All driving lessons and the Dandenong Vicroads driving test must be done in our driving instructor’s car by law as our cars are dual control. Our driving instructors cannot to use your car.
Licence Guaranteed/Retest Free is a gimmick.
Some Dandenong driving schools claim they guarantee your licence. No driving school in Dandenong or anywhere in Melbourne can guarantee your licence as you are being tested by an independent Vicroads testing officer and unless you fulfil your driving requirement you will not be granted a Victorian Driver Licence. Some Dandenong driving schools have fine print stating they will not guarantee/retest free if during your driving test you have made an "immediate termination error (immediate fail)" or fail through making multiple "critical errors (fail)". Nearly ALL driving test fails happen in this way. This type of conduct is misleading and unfair to clients and it is not how we do business.