2 with the expert
The vehicle is fully insured. In the event of an accident, no costs will be passed on to the student.
P plate assessment: Log book or Government test
You must be at least 17 years of age and have held a learner licence for a minimum of 6 months before being able to obtain a provisional driver licence. There are two methods you can use to get your provisional driver licence: The Competency Based Training and Assessment Scheme (CBT&A), which uses a logbook system through an Accredited Driving Instructor; or take a practical driving test with an ACT Government Licence Examiner.
Johnny Vu is an Accredited Driving Instructor, able to assess your competency for a provisional licence through the log book system. Johnny's accreditation documentation is on display in his vehicle.
Learner drivers wishing to obtain their licence with a Government Examiner can book an assessment by visiting a Canberra Connect Shopfront or the Road User Services office at Dickson in person and pay the relevant fee to book an assessment. At the normal hourly rate of a lesson ($70/hour), students are able to use Johnny's car for this assessment.
Pick-up and drop off
Pick-up and drop off points are at the option of the student, within the bounds of the ACT. Please specify pick-up and drop off points when making bookings, or before your next lesson.
Cancellation of lessons
At least 12 hours notice of cancellation of lessons must be given. If notice is not given, on the first occasion a fee of $30 applies, thereafter the full lesson fee must be paid.
contact: Johnny Vu