Arm Driver Training
Your Perfect Choice For Driving Lessions
Be Safe, Stay Safe, R U Safe
Arm Driver Training in Glen Innes will provide the skills required to be a safe and confident driver. We offer a range of driving lessons to suit your needs and can tailor a package if you need to enhance your skills.
How Arm Driver Training works
Simple & flexible
Available 7 Days a week
There is always a time that suits you to book us for a driving lesson.
Book Your Driving Lesson
Call us or fill in our online form to book your lesson.
Learn to Drive
I will pick you up from your chosen address and you’re on your way
Ready for driving lessons?
Gain experience, prepare for your driving test and complete log book hours.
Convert your licence or simply build your confidence on Australian roads.
Learn in our car or Yours
You can use your instructors car or alternately use your own vehicle as long as it complies to the requirements of RMS and is comprehensively insured
Book a test package which includes pick-up, a pre-test lesson, use of a car & drop off.
Arm Driving Training Frequently Asked Questions
Driver Knowledge Test
WHAT IS THE DKT?
The DKT is a computer-based road rules knowledge test. You have to answer 45 questions. You’ll have to pay a test fee each time you attempt the test. You have to answer 45 questions.
There are two parts to the test, 15 general knowledge questions and 30 road safety questions. You should read each question carefully before answering as there’s no time limit to complete the test.
Can I book my driver knowledge test online?
Yes, you can your DKT online at
What are the current NSW road safety rules?
The RMS website and Centre for Road Safety provide an extensive overview of all Road Rules and other helpful stats and information regarding safety on NSW roads.
Check out the links below:
RMS Road Rules: https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/nsw-road-rules
Centre for Road Safety: https://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/index.html
What is the minimum age required to apply for a driver licence in Australia
You must be at least 17 years old before you can apply for a driver licence (Car class C) in Australia.
You must complete 120 hours of driving with at least 20 hours being night driving.
If you are over 25 years old a log book is not required.
Do you advise to learn both automatic and manual?
It would be best to learn automatic to begin with. Once you are confident negotiating traffic skills, then, if you wish to continue in a manual we would be happy to train up in a manual. Drivers who have manual skills by all means stay with a manual.
How Does The Demerit Point System Work
The Demerit Point Scheme allocates penalty points for various offences. A certain amount of demerit points can lead to suspension of your driver licence.
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How long will it take to get my driver licence?
That totally depends on your skills, learning abilities and consistency with driving. We will responsibly advise whether your are ready for the test however the decision is ultimately yours.
Do you provide a car for the practical driving test?
Yes, we do provide a test car at a reasonable rate. We also pick you up an hour beforehand, so you are confident and comfortable for a test.
Do you offer lessons on weekends?
Yes we do take bookings on weekends however, weekends are probably our busiest times so we advise you book a few days ahead.
Do you offer 3-offer-1 driving lesson so I can get three hours towards my log book?
Yes, We offer 3-for-1 driving lessons up to the regulated 10 hours. Please note that if you have used another qualified driving instructor and you have claimed a 3 for 1 then this is also included in the 10 hours.