We at True Blue Driving School Driving pride ourselves on being competitive in its pricing policy to ensure that its clients receive value for their investment in time and money.

In some instances, you might feel that we are not be the “Cheapest” driving school around. In one or two instances on the surface, that could seem to be the case but you can be assured that you will always get more for your dollar than with other driving schools. For example, in many cases, if we can give you a few extra minutes, we do so at no additional cost.

  • If you only want the odd driving lesson here and there when your commitments allow, sobeit.
  • If you want to purchase a 5-lesson or a 10-lesson package, we can accommodate you and save you money at the same time.
  • If you have been taught well by your driving supervisor/s but you want us to give you a driving lesson directly prior to your driving test and then accompany you to the RMS for your test, not a problem.

Similarly, if you want to use one of our cars for your driving test, we can arrange that as well.

Give us a call and let us advise you on the best way that you can save money, develop your driving skills and complete your log book requirements at the minimum cost.

We can also arrange Gift Certificates for special occasions such as Birthdays and Christmas.

May we also point out that, from July 2007, the RMS determined that Learner Drivers who are under the age of 25 years, can be credited in the Learner Driver’s Log Book on a basis of 3 hours for every 1 hour of driver training for their initial 10 hours of driving lessons with a qualified driving Instructor.

That means that, 10 hours of professional driver training equates to 30 hours in the Learner Driver’s Log Book. All hours after the initial 10 hours are logged in on a basis 1:1

Under this determination, the RMS stipulates that 1 hour of night time driving is to be recorded as 1 hour night driving and 2 hours daytime driving.

  • Night time driving is considered by the RMS to be those hours between dusk and dawn.

Learner Drivers over the age of 25 years are exempt from the 120 hour Logbook requirement.

Driving Hours Reduction Schemes

1 Hour = 3 Hours Scheme

1 hour with a professional driving instructor is counted as 3 hours in the student driver logbook.

Safer Drivers Course

The RMS Safer Drivers Course is designed to allow those Learner Drivers who have completed a minimum of 50 hours actual driving experience to receive an additional 20 hours credit in their log book.