How To Choose A Driving Instructor

How To Choose A Driving Instructor

The best resource to prepare for the Q-SAFE practical driving test is a qualified driving instructor. Although family and/or friends will supervise for most of your required experience, the knowledge and experience of a professional driving instructor is vital to your progress.  Lessons with a professional will make you a safer driver and better prepare you for the test. Ultimately, the early investment in these lessons will save you time and money by increasing the likelihood that you'll pass on your first attempt. Driving instructors know what testing officers assess and, as locals, know the Department of…continue reading →
10 Things To Always Have In Your Car

10 Things To Always Have In Your Car

If something were to go wrong while you were driving, would you be prepared? If you do encounter trouble on the road, just a few items can make you far more prepared. Check out the 10 things to always have in your car to guarantee you’ll be ready for anything! To share this image on your site copy and paste the code below <a href="http://www.qlddrivingtest.com/10-things-to-always-have-in-your-car"><img class="aligncenter" src="http://www.qlddrivingtest.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/10_Things_To_Always_Have_In_Your_Car.jpg" width="600"></a><br /> <p>Source: <a href="http://www.qlddrivingtest.com/">QLD Driving Test</a></p><br /> <p>continue reading →
Organ Donation QLD

Organ Donation QLD

Organ donation is a medical marvel that can affect many lives. The passing of one person can transform the lives of 10 or more seriously ill people and even more when you think about the families and friends of those saved. Although we don’t like to think about it, car accidents happen and the consequences can be severe. It’s important to acknowledge the risks and the potential effects so your wishes are fulfilled if the worst was to happen. The process to register as an organ donor is uniform across Australia. Following these…continue reading →
Mobile Phone Use in Cars QLD

Mobile Phone Use in Cars QLD

Using a mobile phone while driving reduces the amount of attention you’re paying to the road environment and, as a consequence, increases crash risk. This is true even when using hands-free technology as concentrating on answering and the conversation that takes place affects your driving. To reduce the risk for everyone, there are laws that both limit and prohibit the use of mobile phones while driving in Queensland. These rules vary based on the licence you hold. Learners and provisional P1 licence holders under 25 People under 25 who hold a learner or…continue reading →
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