Looking for a Great Driving Instructor
The ADTA-SA have incredible driving instructors located around Adelaide and South Australia. If you haven’t already used our search and filter please give that a crack.
Try accessing the RAA website under website links and do the sample tests on their site or contact the office as some instructors do offer theory lessons. Office phone number 8365 5451.
Yes you can change instructors! Take your copy of “The Driving Companion” to the new instructor and let them know you have already had some lessons. The new instructor will take you on a review of everything you have been taught so far. If you can demonstrate that you do all tasks already completed to standard then the new instructor will continue on.
Please go to the Choosing Your Driving Instructor link and do an extended search under Commercial Instructors. You will be looking for instructors who are MR (medium rigid) or HR (heavy rigid) qualified.
All ADTA-SA Inc instructors are highly skilled and are professional driver trainers, licenced by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and, with the support of the ADTA-SA Inc Code of Conduct, you’ll be on the road in good hands – just what you’d expect from South Australia’s largest driving association.
Looking to up skill your driving, want to make sure your driving is safe, or you need help with passing your medical assessment test? Then go to Choosing Your Driving Instructor link to find an instructor.
Yes we do have driving instructors that help with 4WD training. Click on the Choosing Your Driving Instructor link and do an extended search under 4WD.
For more information on age/requirements for a Commercial Licence please visit Driver’s Licence Classifications
If you want to book a driving test you will need to contact an Authorised instructor who is qualified to perform the VORT (Vehicle on Road Test) or CBTA (Log Book) systems. Click on Choosing Your Driving Instructor and complete a search for VORT or CBTA instructors.
Yes you can. your parent or guardian must sign up the form MV-44. also, New York Motor Vehicles requires at least 50 hours of supervised training of 15 hours must be night driving in order to take your Road Test