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. The 120 hour log book approach is part of Victoria's 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.