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Defensive Driving School Perth
Defensive Driving’ is the best driving school in Perth with over 50 years of experience as a driving school. Defensive Driving offers you Learner Driving Lessons, Advanced Driving Lessons and driving test preparation. We are the most affordable driving school. The driving instructors in Defensive Driving are most qualified and highly experienced, hence making your driving lesson experience the most remarkable one.
We have a range of both male and female driving instructors who can help you develop your driving skills at any level. As well as English speaking instructors, we also have multilingual instructors who can speak Farsi, Dari, Arabic, French, Azert, and Turkish. Feel free to place an inquiry using our online form and let us know if you have any instructor preferences.
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Helpful Tips in Dealing With The Anxiety of Driving Driving can be a stressful experience for anyone on occasion, but for some people, it is an anxiety-producing experience every single time; for others, the anxiety is so strong that they refuse to drive at all. When anxiety becomes irrationally crippling, it has become a phobia. If you find yourself asking, “How to deal with the anxiety of driving?” there are a number of tips and strategies that can help you … Read more
Driving simulation makes use of state-of-the-art computer technologies to simulate realistic driving environments for gamers and driving students. With this technology, students get to familiarise themselves with situations that are common to drivers in a risk-free environment. Benefits of Driving Simulator Practice for All Situations One of the most notable benefits of using driving simulator programs is the fact that you can introduce students to situations that would have been impossible or far too dangerous to set up in traditional … Read more
The day you get your driver’s license is one of the best days in life. You start planning all the places you will drive to. How you are going to go on road trips and shopping spree. The thought of being the driver brings a rush of adrenaline in your body and excites you. Always remember to be careful on the road. This helps in reducing the rate of accidents that occur in a day on the roads. Driving FAQ’s … Read more
Driving is a big responsibility. Not only are drivers responsible for themselves and any passengers in their vehicle, but they also have to think about pedestrians and other drivers on the road. In addition to the learner’s test and the road exam, there is also a Department of Transport Hazard Perception test aimed at gauging the reaction and ability of drivers to assess safe and unsafe road situations. If you are about to take an HPT, there are some online … Read more
Hundreds of Australians lose their lives every year from road accidents. Tragically these deaths could often be avoided with some simple safety practices. Below are the most common causes of fatal accidents in Australia and some tips on what you can do to reduce the chances of becoming a statistic. 1. Speeding One of the major reasons of an accident is speeding and going above the legal limit of speed on the road. About a third of major accidents on … Read more
WA learner drivers are failing practical tests at a high rate. What are the main reasons people fail drivers test? Find out by reading on. The Department of Transport released figures that revealed that more and more learners are failing their assessments. In fact, over 50,000 failed across the state in 2017 alone. Last year’s failure rate was up by over half from 2016. Those in rural areas tend to be more successful than those located in cities, where 41 … Read more
Below are some Road Safety FAQs in Australia to make your driving holiday in Australia more enjoyable and safer: Is an international driver’s licence needed to drive in Australia? Yes. Driving in Australia requires a valid international driving permit. This must be accompanied by the driver’s licence that was issued in the country in which you live. On which side of the street do Australians drive? On two-way roads in Australia, drivers keep on the left side. If you are … Read more
It doesn’t matter how skilled someone is we are all bound to make mistakes and here are some of them: 1. Driving around on Tire Pressure that’s Low Having the correct tire pressure is important for driving safety. Incorrect pressure can affect your car’s handling, braking, fuel economy, your comfort while riding and the life of your tires. Tire pressure is measured in pounds per square inch (psi) and each manufacturer recommends the best psi for their vehicles. 2. Running … Read more
Tips for Passing your Drivers Test If you want to pass your driving test, you should make sure that you know the most common reasons that people fail so that you can avoid making these mistakes. List of the most common mistakes Below is a list of the most common mistakes that people make when taking their driving test. Since the most experienced and proficient drivers often make some of these mistakes at one time or another, it is important … Read more
A motor vehicle accident is the last thing any commuter wants. Still, there are some spots that seem to attract them. Below, we take a closer look at some of the worst crash spots in Perth, Australia. 1 – Albany Highway Albany Highway in Cannington currently holds the number one spot as the worst crash spot in Perth. This is according to an analysis of insurance claims to insurer AAMI (Australian Associated Motor Insurers Limited). In total, there were 89 … Read more
A road trip will make you to escape the daily grind by allowing you to explore our beautiful country. However, driving on a country road is not the same as city driving. Driving safely in the country is important. Below are tips that will facilitate a less stressful and safer country journey. When you are planning the route, consider the following: 1. Places of interest 2. Traffic volume 3. Weather and how it will affect driving conditions 4. Rest areas … Read more
The use of mobile phones while operating a vehicle is a common practice even though most people may not admit to it. Mobile phone usage poses significant threats while on the road, which is why it is advised against. Checking one’s mobile phone while driving causes distraction, and that quadruples the probability of an accident. Rear-end crashes and run-off-the-road collisions are the most frequent types of accidents that result from drivers using mobile phones on the road. Compromised Judgment Calling … Read more