Driving Lessons Experience

Penrith Driving School has put together some short videos that are recorded by our in car cameras during our driving lessons with students. We always vary the areas we travel in and mix up different traffic conditions so students are continually tested by having to think about what is required and what car adjustments such as road positioning, visual checks for hazards, observation checks, learning about road awareness and anticipation of what other drivers might do that can be required in any given situation.
The more variation of your driving the more experience you will gain and the more confident you will become but it takes time.

As many parents and supervisors would know driving on the road with other road users can at times be frustrating and may be even a little scary given a lot of other road users have no respect for learner drivers, they continually tailgate, overtake unnecessarily, cut you off, may be even abusing you by honking or beeping at you and the occasional swearing with the use of hands to name a few.
Penrith Driving School instructors are always looking out for the students and trying to avoid situations but we have every right to be on the roads just like other road users. Sometimes enough is enough when irate or a stupid idiot driver causes a dangerous situation which just wasn’t necessary we take the time to report them to the Police who are quite happy to act on the video from our cameras. 

Some of our videos are of driving lessons with us going through different traffic conditions and some other videos, well they speak for themselves and maybe you even know some these clowns in the video by way of cars and number plates. May be if they are identified they might wake up to themselves and think about their reckless, stupid and unsafe driving practices.

Penrith Driving School provides the best quality and most informative car driving lessons in Manual and Automatic vehicles that will help make you a much better a safer driver by teaching in a professional manner that covers all areas that meet and exceed the RMS requirements.
Our lessons are not just about driving students around but rather having the students drive themselves around which makes students think independently by making driving decisions for themselves after all the end result will be driving independence so why not learn early to become a better and safer driver after you get your licence.

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Congratulations to Shalimar from Kingswood on passing her P1 driving test.
Shalimar had been doing some lessons over the past couple of months getting ready for her driving test but unfortunately, small lapses in concentration resulted in not passing.
Preparation is everything when going for a driving test and being able to drive confidently, knowing the road rules and having good solid vehicle control will help you drive better and help be prepared for those unexpected hazards.
After a few more lessons Shalimar did a great drive and this time around had no problem in passing her P1 driving test.
Well done to Shalimar.

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Congratulations to Fred from Regentville on his excellent drive to pass his P1 manual driving test on his first attempt.
Fred had done a few lessons in preparation for his driving test and like most students going for the manual driving test struggled with meeting the requirements.
Fred could drive well overall but that's not how they mark during a driving test and learning to meet the manual driving test criteria can take some practice.
After being shown what he needed to be doing and also checking his general road awareness Fred's extra practice showed and he had no problem passing his manual driving test.
Well done to Fred.

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Congratulations to Chris from Cranebrook on passing his P1 manual driving test.
Chris had been on and off with lessons due to work so finding practice was a little bit hard.
It is very important to be aware of the RMS driving test requirements when attempting the driving test especially for a manual but if you do a lot of quality practice then passing the driving test should be easy for drivers with confidence and driving skills. (some just don't practice enough)
Chris's driving overall was quite good but ensuring he met the requirements took a bit of practice but he showed he was up to the task and had no problem in passing.
Well done to Chris

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Congratulations to Scott from Penrith on passing his P1 driving test.
Scott had been doing lessons over the past 6 months or so building up his confidence and driving skills in preparation for his driving test.
Passing the driving test was one thing but he also wanted to drive better so took a bit more time and this showed during his later lessons by having less intervention and the usual reminding students of road rules and requirements that are common when it is not built into a person's driving skills.
A lot of students can drive but just don't have very good road awareness and sometimes lack essential skills that only come with good quality practice.
Being well prepared and confident Scott had no problem with passing his driving test.
Well done to Scott

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Congratulations to Tyson from Tregear on passing the P1 manual driving test.
When you haven't driven for a while it can take some readjustment as bad habits can be hard to change more so in a manual vehicle as the driving test is much stricter and if you aren't driving to how you will be getting marked then you just won't pass.
Tyson had a lot of bad habits and was finding it difficult making changes and when the pressure is on the old habits seem to kick in so learning to change the style of driving can take a bit of practice.
With the continual reminders eventually, the message gets through and this time Tyson put all the bad habits aside and had an almost perfect drive and in doing so passed his driving test by just driving the rather than thinking too much.
Well done to Tyson.

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