NDIS DRIVING LESSONS – ADVANCE DRIVING SCHOOL

Written by George Slewo

NDIS DRIVING LESSONS WITH QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS

We give NDIS driving lessons all week long. Our instructors have attempted NDIS driver preparing to give quality, protected and instructive examples to people with inabilities, for example, Autism, Aspersers, hearing misfortune, fits of anxiety, uneasiness problems and then some. Our educators are patient and loosened up while instructing to assist you with turning into a protected and mindful driver.

COMMON MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE WITH NDIS DRIVING SCHOOLS

Avoid these common mistakes to get the most out of your driving lessons.


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Medical conditions and disability

Written by George Slewo

When you apply for your driver's licence, you must state whether
you have a medical condition or disability that could affect your
driving. You also need to pass an eyesight test.
Medical conditions
For some medical conditions, such as epilepsy or cardiovascular
conditions, you’ll need regular medical assessments to make sure
you’re fit to drive.
If you develop a medical condition once you’ve got your licence,
you must tell Transport for NSW. This is because driving with a
medical condition can put yourself and other road users at risk.
Failure to follow medical directions can lead to losing your licence.
See Fitness to drive at roads-maritime.transport.nsw.gov.au
People with disability
Disability can have either a minor or serious effect on your
driving ability. If Transport for NSW determines that a disability
has a serious effect, you’ll need to take a test. This is to show
your driving ability and see if you need any aids or vehicle
modifications. You may have conditions placed on your driver's
licence, for example, only driving automatic vehicles.
See Driving with a disability at roads-maritime.transport.nsw.gov.au
As you get older
As you get older, changes to your health may affect your ability to
drive. From the age of 75, you’ll need to pass a medical assessment
and eyesight test every year to keep your driver's licence. From
85, you’ll also need to take a practical driving assessment every 2
years. Alternatively, if you no longer require an unrestricted licence,
you can opt for a modified (ie. local area) licence, without the need
for a practical driving assessment.
See Older drivers at roads-maritime.transport.nsw.gov.au


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Towing

Written by George Slewo

Be careful when towing a trailer or caravan. You need more
knowledge and skill than for normal driving.
When towing:
• you must not tow more than one trailer at a time
• you must not have any person travelling in a trailer or
caravan you’re towing
• you must secure and cover your load, making sure it does
not overhang.
Learner and provisional P1 drivers have restrictions on what they
can tow. See Licence restrictions on page 19.
You can get a fine and demerit points for towing illegally


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Driving posture

Written by George Slewo

Good driving posture reduces fatigue and improves comfort,
control and safety. It’s important to adjust the driver’s seat and
controls to suit your height and build.
For good driving posture:
• Adjust your seat so you have a clear view of the road and
can easily reach the controls.
• Adjust the steering wheel low, facing your chest.
• Adjust the head restraint for your height.
• Adjust your seatbelt below your hips and with no twists.
• Adjust the mirrors so you have a good view of the rear and
sides of the vehicle.
• Have the seat upright to support your back and shoulders.
• Keep your arms bent; thumbs should be on the rim of the
steering wheel.
• Keep your knees slightly bent.
• Sit back in your seat.
• Brace your body using your left foot.


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Licence classes from driving school Bexley

Written by George Slewo

This handbook includes the basic driving lessons Bexley, NSW about getting a Car (C) licence. The vehicles you can drive with a C licence are below. If you have a provisional P1 or P2 licence, there are restrictions on the vehicles youcan drive. See Licence restrictions on page 19. Other vehicles, such as motorcycles and heavy vehicles,

need different licences. You must have your C licence before getting these licences – except for Rider (R) licences. You also have to take tests, competency assessments and medical checks.

Car (C) licence

Drivers with a C licence can drive vehicles:

  • up to 4.5 tonnes gross vehicle mass(GVM)
  • that seat up to 12 adults including the driver.

This includes:


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