at , Geelong, 3216 Australia
Geelong Driving School can help you with automatic and manual lessons, male or female instructor. We are friendly and caring, with unlimited patience!
Ben and Marianne Rycroft have been helping their customers achieve their driving goals since 2006. We are fully qualified and competent. We have endless patience and genuinely care about our customers. When you learn with us, you will be in the hands of dedicated professionals. We know and understand the journey you are on. With us, you will get there with a minimum of stress in a safe and comfortable car, with a friendly and relaxed driving instructor. We can offer manual or automatic lessons with male or female instructor. Our hours are flexible and rates competitive.
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Hi all, please be careful when searching for Geelong Driving School online. Unfortunately we have another driving school using our name. I am currently sorting this out. Remember if you are not dealing with Ben and Marianne Rycroft, you don't have the real thing!
Hi everyone, we've had issues lately with traffic lights. Remember if you are turning and have an arrow that applies to you, you must obey the arrow and ignore the traffic light. That means you can turn with a green arrow even if the traffic light is red. It also means you can't go when the traffic light is green, if you have a red arrow that applies to you. Watch the traffic lights carefully. Arrows appear and disappear without warning. If you have stopped at a red traffic light and there is the possibility of getting an arrow, keep watching the lights. Don't get distracted and look away. If you miss a green arrow or take longer than 5 seconds to move on one, you will get a critical error. If you miss a green arrow and as a result, hold up traffic, it is an instant fail! Remember the basics and concentrate and you'll be fine.
Hi everyone, hope you're all driving safely. Now, about stop signs... Make sure you stop! Remember that a stop sign warns you there is a stop line in the area. We don't stop at the sign, we must stop before the line and within 2 metres of it. Once you have stopped, you may go when safe. If you can't see properly, creep forward slowly until you have a view of traffic. It is ok to go over the line to do this. You won't pass your licence test if you don't stop at stop signs (lines). It's easy to forget, so make sure you practice!