Cranbourne, Australia.


  • Should I Learn in an Automatic or Manual Vehicle?
    It depends on your situation. It is easier to learn in an automatic car because there is no clutch or gears to worry about. This means you will most likely require fewer lessons. However, if you obtain an automatic vehicle license, you will not be licensed to drive a manual car while holding your probationary license.
  • How many Lessons Before I am a Competent Driver?
    This depends on an individual. Extensive driving experience with your parents, different learning abilities, or greater confidence all impact on the number of lessons required. Our instructor tailors every lesson to the student and will let you know how you're going, but as a rule of thumb, a complete beginner can be taught to drive with between 8 and 14 lessons.
  • Why Take Lessons?
    Professional, Patient, Experienced Tuition Our instructor is very experienced and highly trained. He teaches full time and utilizes the most effective techniques to ensure that you learn the finer points of driving that will not only help you pass the test but also become a competent safe driver. Lessons are tailored to your individual experience and needs.Modern, Safe, Comfortable, Dual-Controlled Cars Our car is very modern, safe and comfortable, but most importantly they feature dual controls. You will be safe and feel confident with our instructor at all times, ensuring you can learn with confidence.Expert Drivers Our instructor is an expert advanced driver with a teaching license. Their training means they can understand the requirements of each student.Understanding of VicRoads Procedures Our instructor deals with VicRoads daily and therefore understands the scoring methods and commonly used test courses. Our instructor gives their students the advantage of this inside knowledge.
  • Why might Learners have Trouble Getting Enough Practice?
    The car is new and/or valuable – the proud owner doesn't want to risk it. Parents don't feel confident teaching an inexperienced driver. Parents don't have the time to spend on driving practice.
  • What’s the Log Book all about?
    The Log Book is issued to all learner drivers between 16 and 21 years of age. The learner driver is required to record the number of hours of driving, types of driving, and roads and conditions. Learner drivers must have a minimum of 10 hours of night driving. Deeps Driving School instructors can show you and your parents how it’s done. See more details on the VicRoads website.
  • I`m a parent of a 19 year old. Are we affected by the new Graduated Licensing System?
    Yes. For people under 21 years, with a learners permit issued after 1st July 2007, the new system will make drivers safer. They are required to have plenty of driving experience (at least 120 hours) in various road conditions, including night driving. Be aware of the new testing requirements which our instructor is fully trained in. We hope we can assist your child to have all the skills to pass and also become a safe driver in the future when they are licensed.
  • How long are the lessons?
    Single lessons can be 45 or 60 minutes and double lessons can be 90 or 120 minutes.
  • How long is the VicRoads driving test as of 1st July, 2008?
    The new VicRoads driving test now 35 – 40 minutes, almost double the previous test time.
  • I have an overseas licence. Can you help me?
    Of course, we can. Please call us and we’ll get you your license with minimum fuss. We are the overseas conversion experts.
  • I’m very nervous about my driving lesson or driving test. Is that okay?
    No worries. Most learners are very nervous. We are very patient and will make you feel at ease. Remember, we are highly professional, understanding and accommodating to every learner's need, please call us now.
  • Do you do international license transfers?
  • Which suburbs do we cover for training?
    We operate from Beaconsfield, Berwick, Clayton, Clyde, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Doveton, Endeavor Hills, Glen Waverley, Hallam, Keysborough, Lynbrook, Lyndhurst, Mount Waverley, Narre Warren, Noble Park, Pakenham, Springvale, and surrounding suburbs
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