Welcome to Top Instructor Defensive Driving

This is a Driving School website other Driving schools hate to see and read about, but you as a learner driver will receive the answers you have been looking for in a driving school as a training provider. 

You will be trained strictly according the K53 modules set out by the Department of Transport. The training will be correct and in some instances at a higher level than the K53 modules itself. As a Driving Instructor, safety must come first, especially on our roads in South Africa today.

Don’t just be trained to pass your practical road test; be trained to become a safe competent driver for life.

Visit our Facebook pages and YouTube channel. Be more informed regarding your driving training and the realities of the practical driving test.

 NB: We are the only Driving School, to our knowledge, who provides video footage of real driving tests. Check it out! 

   
 
 

Tips to empower you as learner driver:

1.  Ask the instructor for his valid Instructor's Certificate.

It's unlawful to train without a valid Instructor's Certificate  

2.  Make sure there is a dual brake in the vehicle. 

Though not yet Law, but it will be irresponsible and dangerous if you undergo training in a vehicle without a dual brake. (A brake pedal is installed on the passenger side for safety for the Instructor to use in an emergency situation.) 

3.  Never be talked into paying for any sort of package, except if you want to pay for a package. 

Should you not be satisfied with the service, your package money will not be returned to you. 

4.  Some Driving Schools only do an hour lesson at a time. 

This will be costly. As a learner driver you will not gain much experience, a minimum of 2 hours will be effective.  

5.  Most important, when do my driving lesson begin? 

Your lesson begins when you are behind the steering wheel and driving the vehicle. Instructors tend to drive learners to the parking grounds to practice the different parking methods. Such an instructor is playing for time and wasting your money. Insist on driving yourself.

Welcome to Top Instructor Defensive Driving

This is a Driving School website other Driving schools hate to see and read about, but you as a learner driver will receive the answers you have been looking for in a driving school as a training provider. 

You will be trained strictly according the K53 modules set out by the Department of Transport. The training will be correct and in some instances at a higher level than the K53 modules itself. As a Driving Instructor, safety must come first, especially on our roads in South Africa today.

Don’t just be trained to pass your practical road test; be trained to become a safe competent driver for life.

Visit our Facebook pages and YouTube channel. Be more informed regarding your driving training and the realities of the practical driving test.

 NB: We are the only Driving School, to our knowledge, who provides video footage of real driving tests. Check it out! 

   

 

 

Tips to empower you as learner driver:

1.  Ask the instructor for his valid Instructor's Certificate.

It's unlawful to train without a valid Instructor's Certificate  

2.  Make sure there is a dual brake in the vehicle. 

Though not yet Law, but it will be irresponsible and dangerous if you undergo training in a vehicle without a dual brake. (A brake pedal is installed on the passenger side for safety for the Instructor to use in an emergency situation.) 

3.  Never be talked into paying for any sort of package, except if you want to pay for a package. 

Should you not be satisfied with the service, your package money will not be returned to you. 

4.  Some Driving Schools only do an hour lesson at a time. 

This will be costly. As a learner driver you will not gain much experience, a minimum of 2 hours will be effective.  

5.  Most important, when do my driving lesson begin? 

Your lesson begins when you are behind the steering wheel and driving the vehicle. Instructors tend to drive learners to the parking grounds to practice the different parking methods. Such an instructor is playing for time and wasting your money. Insist on driving yourself.