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Driving School

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A driving school plays a very important role in your development as a confident and safe driver. The good habits we teach you will serve you well as you go about driving on the roads. We try to instil in all our learners that the road rules have a purpose and abiding by them puts you in good stead to be a welcome addition to the cars on the road, which is ever increasing. When our driving instructors take you out you can be sure you are in good hands and in a well maintained car.

 

Training you through your learner’s license and successfully onto your provisional license is our specialty. Angle parking, parallel parking and knowing the road markings are all things we help you with in our driving lessons. So don’t feel embarrassed if you aren’t sure how to even begin doing these things. We will take you from complete novice to ready to pass your driving test in and around Brisbane, the Redlands, Logan and North Brisbane areas. We’re a driving school that comes to you.

 

We know that when you first come to us it can all seem a little daunting including sitting in the car with a stranger for the first time. Please be assured that our drivers are fully qualified and vetted by Ace before they are even allowed to interact with our clients, not to mention they have years of experience and have learned the tricks of the trade in teaching you how to drive. Our driving school has the motto “History of Quality” for a reason and we aren’t about to let that change.

 

At Ace we can guide you safely through the school zones and across pedestrian crossings with the defensive driving techniques we instil in you. You will become quickly accustomed to the controls in the car like the gear knob, brakes, accelerator and so forth. And for extra safety our driver trainers have a set on their side of the car just in case you run into trouble on the road.

 

Give Ace a go and let our driving school show you the Ace difference.

 

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