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Full Day Course 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM in your own car
Most experienced instructors in Sydney with over 20 year's experience
Perfect for P-Platers, Corporate Fleet and Court Order drivers (no learners)
Drive to Survive - Post License and Defensive Driver Training.
Ian Luff is known as the number 1 Driver Training Provider and his Drive to Survive course is an integrated learning experience suitable for novice or experienced drivers. These programs put you in control, helping make smarter choices while driving.
Key elements - 'Driver' - 'Vehicle' and 'Environment' are broken down into individual structures linking theoretical information with practical application. Soft plastic safety cones are used at closed private venues to simulate what can happen on public roads.
The program is relevant to the vehicle you drive, large - small, sports car, commercial vehicles or four wheel drive. Companies use the Drive to Survive program as a positive way to reduce fleet running costs, while meeting their obligations of OH & S.
Our expert team understand that individuals have a different learning ability which makes the one day, 8 hour program a rewarding experience.
All graduates from the Drive to Survive training course receive a Certificate of Completion.
Whether you have just passed your licence test and just started driving, or want to be come a safer driver and be more aware of your vehicle and the environment, this course is a must.
The knowledge and skills gained during this training course could one day save your life, or the life of another road user.
This adventure will alter your idea of what adventure is all about. You'll need to come with an open mind and be ready to take in all the sights, smells and sounds. The experience will be what you make it to be!
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4.6 out of 591 reviews more reviews
This experience will be one that I will be talking about for some time to come. The team made the day informative & fun. I was some what out of my comfort zone in knowing how to best handle my car - Thank you for showing me ! As an L&D professional I know too well the challenges in keeping your participants engaged. Your team did a great job. Thank you.
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thinking performance driving program
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Amazing experience for everyone!!
5 out of 5
It was a great day, all the staff were fantastic, I've only had my license for 3 months and at age 60 I thought it was a great confidence builder. Everyone young and old should do this and I can't wait to go to the next step !
5 out of 5
Really enjoyed my day looking forward to doing another one
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Fitness and Experience
All licensed drivers from P platers onwards - sorry no learners
Participants must present their current drivers licence in order to participate
What to Bring/Wear
Your current driver’s licence
Your own vehicle with a full tank of fuel, optimal tyre pressures, water and oil levels
Wear comfortable casual clothing according to the weather
Wear footwear that has a thin sole eg. joggers. Bulky shoes, high heels or climbing boots are not optimal driving shoes
It is a good idea to bring along a hat, sunscreen and the Aerogard if it is hot, or an umbrella if it’s raining
Do not bring family or friends as spectators are not permitted
What is Supplied
Professional tuition from experienced instructors
Certificates for course graduates
Tea and coffee
You will be trained by Ian Luff and his team of drivers. Motoring expert Ian Luff has been involved in post licence driver training since the early seventies. Ian is not only a qualified mechanical engineer, he is a highly respected key note presenter, sought after TV & radio personality, motoring writer and is Australian motor racing champion (2004) and twice Bathurst 24 hour winner (2002, 2003).
The 8-hour Stage 1 Driving course commences at 8.15am and conclude at approximately 4.30pm.