Gold Coased Driving School based in Upper Coomera. Lessons from $48/hr (View Website) in the Northern Gold Coast and surrounding areas only. (Oxenford, Pimpama, Helensvale, Ormeau)
A1+ Driving School Gold Coast based in Upper Coomera conducting lessons only the Northern Gold Coast and surrounding areas, and has achieved its status as one of the leading driving school in the south-east region by adopting a philosophy of delivering patient, professional and courteous service. We are dedicated to teaching defensive driving skills while preparing you to pass your driving test.
Keys2Drive accredited Instructor and a member of Australian Driver Trainer Association Queensland (ADTA-Q)
We aim is to provide you with all the knowledge and skills needed for you to become an accomplished, competent and courteous driver, who understands and is aware of the many dangers on our roads and how to avoid them
Professional Friendly Tuition
Dual Control Cars (Air Conditioned)
Manual & Automatic Vehicles
Door to Door Service
Novice, Nervous, Older and International Students Welcome
QLD Transport Driving Tests Arranged
Booking available 6 days a week
Our pick-up & set-down service operates 15km from Upper Coomera (4209). Areas covered include Anglers Paradise, Arundel , Ashmore, Biggera Waters, Boykambil, Cabbage Tree Point, Clagiraba, Coombabah, Coomera, Cupania, Gaven, Gilberton, Gilston, Guanaba, Helensvale, Hollywell, Hope Island, Jacobs Well, Kingsholme, Labrador, Maudsland, Molendinar, Mount Nathan, Nerang, Norwell, Ormeau, Ormeau Hills, Oxenford, Pacific Pines, Paradise Point, Parkwood, Pimpama, Runaway Bay, Sanctuary Cove, Santa Barbara, Studio Village, Upper Coomera, Willow Vale, Wongawallan, Woongoolba, Yatala
SPECIALS & PRICING view website: http://www.a1-driving-school.com
We will teach you the principles involved in driving safely as required by Queensland Transport, and it will be up to the student to put them into practice to become a safer driver. Road Rules are to be adhered to at all times. Any fines relating to QT road rules will be the responsibility of the driver at the time the offence occurred.