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At Brent's Driving School we offer leaner driving training in Automatic and Manual dual controlled cars to give you the confidence to pass your driving test.
We also install Dual Control Pedals.
On this website you will find information regarding what you need to do to get your learners permit and the costs involved or if you want to give us a call or email us feel free to do so.
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Lessons are for 1 hour. $70
Book and Pay 10 lessons for $650.00 (Save $50.00)
* Please note that packages will require upfront payment of the full amount
* Saturday or Sunday at your request is $80 per hour no Discount
* If you cancel your lesson within 24 hours of your lesson, you will be charged for that lesson under these packages.
Perth Learner Drivers
If you are planning to come and do your Driving Assessment in Bunbury.
Please do not think a 1 hour lesson on the day of your test is going to be enough.
Around 95% of people think this way and end up going home without their licence.
On average 3 hours of driving in Bunbury will teach you the areas and technic required to pass your test. This should be done over a few days or a few weeks.
We are happy to help but don't want you to go home disappointed.
Step 1- Learner's Permit
1.You must be 16 years of age or older.
2. Pass a theory test of 30 Questions where you must get 24 or more correct.
3. Have proof of identity (Passport, Birth Certificate and Proof of Address). Bank statements are normally the best but If you don't have one, a letter from your school with all your details will do.
You can also practice your theory test by clicking on the link below.
Once you have clicked the link, click on the "Start the Quiz" button.
There are 11 quizzes. Please try to attempt all.
After you have passed your theory test you will have to do an eye test. Once you have done this you will have to pay an application fee, which will entitle you to one free practical test.
From 9 October 2017, DoT will introduce a re-sequence which will require learner drivers to complete the Hazard Perception Test (HPT) before the Practical Driving Assessment (PDA).
You can practice the HPT here: practise the Hazard Perception Test here.
In addition applicants must be 17 years of age or older and have completed 50 hours of supervised driving, including five hours of supervised night-time driving, before being eligible to attempt the PDA.
The significant differences to the process are:
- The sequence of the PDA and the HPT - changing the sequence will see applicants have greater driving experience when attempting their PDA, reducing the complexity of the provisional licence process and aligning us with other Australian jurisdictions and streamlining our service delivery.
- The requirement for those aged 24 years and younger to declare five hours of supervised night-time driving and;
- An exemption for learner drivers 25 years of age and older from the requirement to complete a Log Book for a car (C class) vehicle licence only; all other requirements will still apply, including the six month waiting period between the issue of the learner’s permit and undertaking the HPT.
- Current learner’s permit holders who complete the PDA, Log Book and HPT before 9 October 2017 will not be required to meet the new process requirements.
- As of the 9 October 2017, all existing learner’s permit holders and new applicants will be required to comply with the new process.
Six steps to getting your licence
June 2017: Please note this is the current process to obtain your provisional licence. This process will change from 9 October 2017.
The Graduated Driver Training and Licensing (GDTL) system is designed to make sure you get a wide range of supervised driving or riding experience under different road and traffic conditions, over a longer period of time before driving solo.
The GDTL system is designed to help you acquire the practical driving skills, good driving habits and the responsible and courteous attitudes that are essential to safety on our roads.
The GDTL requires learner drivers to accumulate at least 50 hours of supervised driving prior to being granted a WA driver's licence.
The process to obtain a provisional licence is improving which will better prepare applicants - resulting in safer novice drivers. These changes are now in effect.
Minimum supervised driving hours
Learner drivers must complete a minimum of 50 supervised driving hours to get their provisional licence.
The 50 supervised driving hours give learner drivers a greater opportunity to develop the skills required to become safe drivers.