Driving School FAQs
Q: How many driving lessons do I need to pass my test?
A: The question should be how many lessons do I need to be safe on the road? The licence test is the minimum standard required to pass a driving test in Victoria. As of the 1st of July 2007, the 120 hour log book approach has been instigated as part of the new graduated licensing system. To ease the stress for some parents, a shared responsibility between driving instructor and supervising drivers would be a desirable partnership.
Q: Are Ray's Driving School instructors accredited?
A: Yes, all of Ray's Driving School friendly instructors are qualified in Transport & Logistics (Road Transport - Car Driving Instruction) and are Government Accredited through the Driving Instructor Authority accreditation.
Q: How long has your driving school been operating?
A: Ray's Driving School has been operating in the Melton area for over 40 years.
Q: Are your driving instructors patient and friendly?
A: Of course they are. Ray's Driving School instructors are not only patient and friendly, but they also come with a wealth of knowledge and experience which enables them to teach you as fast as you can learn, hence driving lessons are tailored for individuals.
Q: What is required to get my Learner's Permit?
A: To get a Learner's Permit in Victoria, you must be at least 16 years of age, a Victorian resident and pass a Learner's Permit test at a VicRoads Customer Service Centre. You can find more information on this in the Links page.