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CAR LESSONS

CAR (C Class) Licence is classed as:
  • Any motor vehicle no more than 4.5 tonnes Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM), which carries up to 12 adults including the driver.
  • Any implement or tractor or a car-based motor trike.
  • See the RMS website on special restrictions for provisional P1and P2 drivers.

Macquarie can provide driving lessons throughout Sydney metro. We have a range of automatic and manual cars as well as male and female driving instructors.

We can assist you in obtaining the licence you prefer. Our lessons are individually constructed to suit the requirements of each learner. Lessons can be conducted day or night and even seven days a week. Learners can also be assessed to RMS licencing standard. Lessons can begin from home or any other address you nominate.

We can also provide vehicles to our clients to be used for the RMS driving test.

Our aim is to help you pass your test as well as becoming a safe, defensive and courteous driver.

Aim:

To drive a motor vehicle equipped to seat up to 12 adults, including the driver, not exceeding 4.5 tonnes manufacturers gross vehicle mass. s

RMS REQUIREMENTS
  • Before the applicant could start their in car training (Lessons) they must obtain the learner's Licence. From any RMS branch.
  • Must live in NSW.
  • Complete RMS application form (Part of this must be signed by a person who has known the applicant for at least 12 months and holds a current unrestricted drivers licence.
  • Must have one primary and one secondary proof of identity. List of acceptable documents in Motor Traffic Handbook.
  • Must pass the eyesight test at the RMS.
  • Must pass a knowledge test. (45 questions and multiple choice answers. Samples of questions are available in Motor Traffic Handbook)
  • Pay the licence fee to RMS.
MDS REQUIREMENTS
  • Applicant must have a current Learner's Licence with him/her whilst under instruction.
  • 24 Hour notice of cancellation or 50% fees will be charged.
  • Appropriate footwear must be worn.
  • Pick up and drop off points can be organised with the driver trainer.
  • Must not be affected by alcohol or other drugs.