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 drive school?
Safe driver programGetting 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 membersRAA members get discounts on driving lessons. Buy a multiple-lesson pack and save even more.
Log book or VORTWith 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 instructorsWe'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 coursesA 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 schoolWe’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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