Working together to get your licence.

Written by Ben Ward

We are operating as normal!

As cases of COVID19 increase locally our large pool of instructors is here to keep you on track.

Let's work together & achieve your goal of getting a licence. 

When you do your driving lessons with National Driving, you have the support of our local customer service team and an extensive instructor pool to help keep you on the road. With the rising number of COVID cases in the community some disruptions are likely, however we offer you the advantage of multiple instructors and a local customer service staff to help keep you on track. Our aim is to work flexibly to help you get your licence safely and on time.


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COVID 19 Safety Plan

Written by Ben Ward

For the latest information regarding our COVID 19 safety plan please click HERE

 

Please remember, if you  have any symptoms, get tested and please do not attend your lesson. Please review the above link for option.

 

We encourage everyone to follow the science and get vaccinated.

 


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Time to get off the couch and get your licence!

Written by No Reply

Well done Canberra !

 

As a community we have come together to get vaccinated and move out of lockdown. This Friday we will be back on the road and we are looking forward to getting you back on track to get your licence.

 

Our booking system is online now - book today!

 

Remember you can save with discounted packages, purchase single lessons or call our Customer Service centre between 8am and 4pm local time if you have any questions.


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ACT Lockdown - August 12th - August 19

Written by Ben Ward

Updated 27th September 2021

Finally some good news today with an end date of 11:59pm on 14th October being announced.

We will keep a close eye on the new rules and as soon as we are permitted to restart we will ready to go.

We suggest you jump online and BOOK now to avoid the rush. 

You can always reschedule up to 24 hours before your booking, 


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