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Get the best start behind the wheel

Learning to drive is an exciting time, but it’s also a big responsibility. Our team of highly experienced and accredited driving instructors will guide you to success behind the wheel, setting you up for a lifetime of safe and confident driving. 

At RAA, you can train via the log book method, also known as Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBT&A), or we can provide training to prepare you for your Vehicle On Road Test (VORT).

Why choose RAA driver education?

  • Safe driver program

    Getting your Ps is a massive milestone, but it’s only the start of staying safe on the road. Take your skills to the next level with our safe driving lessons.
  • Discounts for RAA members

    RAA members get discounts on driving lessons. Buy a multiple-lesson pack and save even more. 
  • Log book or VORT

    With RAA, you can train using the log book method, also known as Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBT&A), or we can prepare you for your Vehicle On Road Test.
  • Friendly and accredited instructors

    We've got instructors all over Adelaide and we hold them to the highest standards. Plus they have a police clearance, follow our child safe policy and have training from Autism SA.
  • Refresher courses

    A 60-minute lesson with one of our instructors will help refresh your driving skills and give you confidence knowing you're up to date with the latest rules and regulations.
  • SA's largest driving school

    We’re Adelaide’s largest driving school, so you’ll find an instructor and time that’s right for you.

Important steps to earning a full licence in SA

  • 1. Earning your Ls

    To get a learner’s permit, you’ll need to complete a 2-part theory test at Service SA.

    Part A: Correctly answer all 8 give way questions to move on to Part B.

    Part B: Correctly answer at least 32 of 42 multiple choice questions on road rules and safety.

  • 2. Earning your P1s

    You’ll need to have held a valid learner's permit for at least 12 months.

    Log at least 75 hours' driving (including 15 at night) with a qualified supervising driver.

    Complete all the requirements of log book (CBT&A) training or pass a VORT test.

    Successfully complete a Hazard Perception Test at Service SA.

  • 3. Earning your P2s

    You can apply for your P2 licence once you've held your P1s for 12 months.

    You no longer have to display your P-plates, but most of the provisional licence conditions still apply.

  • 4. Full licence

    After 2 years on your P2 licence, you can apply for your full licence.

    Safe and happy driving!

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