Welcome to Horsham
Established in 2008 Horsham Driving School is totally committed in helping all students understand what is required to be a safe and responsible motorist.
For you to get the right results, we offer all students practical advice, road theory, and hands-on driving with a professional and fully qualified instructor, we provide both manual and automatic Hyundai I30’s, so you will be armed with the knowledge and skills you need to truly enjoy the experience of driving on Australia’s vast network of roads.
Fully and nationally qualified through-out Australia, instructor Michael Schilling has passed the Certificate IV Driving Instruction National Course Code 91000 NSW in June 2006. Michael was trained by Paul Tanner the South Australian President of the Australian Driver Trainers Association S.A. Paul was also on the National Executive.
Michael is an accredited Keys2Drive Instructor and recently gained Gold Status. Keys2Drive entitles eligible learner drivers to a free driving lesson
Having driven in every mainland capital city, except Darwin, and with over 1 million kilometres of driving experience, plus coming from a rural background, Michael has the added advantage of life experience which can’t be taught in text books.
Michael is also a Member of the Australian Drivers’ Training Association (Victoria Branch).
You would have to agree that there are some drivers on the road that think that they are above the law and go fast and furious.
They’re motorists that may end up as a statistic, or cause someone else to become a statistic.
They don’t drive well, don’t have the skills and know nothing of suffering, pain and grief.
Horsham Driving School teaches you to drive using well developed techniques that gives you the knowledge, skills and confidence to drive with competence and responsibility.
Applying for your Learner Permit is the first step to getting your licence
To be at least 16 years of age for a car;
• To pass an eyesight test, and
• A multiple choice theory test on road law which is computer based.
A Learner Permit is valid for 10 years or until you obtain a Driver Licence.
As of 1 July 2007, the following restrictions to your Learner Permit also apply:
• If you are under the age of 21, you will be required to undertake a minimum of 120 hours (including at least 10 hours night driving) of supervised driving before you can take your licence test. You must record these hours in the official learner log book, which must be signed by you and your supervising driver.
• If you are under 21 years of age, you must hold your Learner Permit for at least twelve months .
• If you are 21 years of age or over but under 25 years of age, you must hold your Learner Permit for at least six months.
• If you are 25 years of age or over, you must hold your Learner Permit for at least 3 months.