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Terms & Code of Conduct for Learn Pass Drive Driving School

Please read over and understand our Terms and Code of Conduct prior to booking your lesson with Learn Pass Drive. Please familiarise yourself with our Cancellation Policy.

1. What to bring to each lesson:

Valid Learner’s Permit or Overseas License with Photo ID
“The Driving Companion” Log Book (Optional)
Suitable shoe attire. Your shoes will need to have an enclosed heel and preferably an enclosed toe, and should be comfortable. Thongs, ill-fitting sandals or high-heeled shoes are not suitable options.
Lesson fee (if not pre-paid)

2. Student acknowledgement:

You need to acknowledge the following before any lesson is undertaken:
Your mobile phone is off or placed on silent for the duration o the lesson
You have not consumed any alcohol or drugs including prescription drugs that may make you drowsy or affect your alertness or ability to drive
You have not experienced any medical or physical events that may affect your alertness or ability to drive

3. Cancellation Policy:

Not showing up for your lesson is considered a cancellation and is charged a cancellation fee equivalent to 50% of your lesson cost
Cancelling a lesson within 24 hours of your lesson time will incur a cancellation fee equivalent to 50% of your lesson cost
If you have pre-paid for your lesson cancellation fees will not apply

4. Lesson start and finish times

Lessons will commence at the allocated time and finish within the allocated booking time. We will complete all lesson paperwork outside of your lesson time providing uninterrupted time on the road from start to finish

5. Lessons shall be conducted with professionalism, courtesy and mutual respect

6. A $100 deposit must paid no less than 3 days prior to the VORT being booked. If the fee is not paid we are unable to proceed with the booking. Any test that is cancelled will forfeit the deposit

7. If you choose to use your own car for the VORT, it must undergo a basic roadworthy inspection from our instructor prior to the test, otherwise the instructor’s vehicle must be used. A roadworthy vehicle is considered one to have sufficient legal tread across all four tyres, all lights, indicators, horn, wipers and seat belts in good working order, no cracked light lenses and the vehicle itself must be registered.