Driving School Frankston
We’re Ready 2 Go, are you?
We offer comprehensive driving lessons in Frankston aimed at developing safe and confident drivers. Our highly-rated driving school boasts over 100 5-star reviews and provides a welcoming learning environment for both automatic and manual car learners.
Join us and acquire the skills and confidence you need to navigate the roads safely!
Accredited driving instructor and registered A.D.T.A.V member
Great Learning Environment
Comfortable environment to give you a positive experience.
Automatic Car Available
Learn in our 2012 Toyota Corolla Automatic. See image of car below.
Become a Safe & Confident Driver
Navigate your around busy streets confidently with knowledge of road rules and procedures.
Manual Car Available
If you prefer manual, we have a 2015 Honda City Manual available. See image of car below.
We Offer Both Automatic and Manual Driving Lessons
2019 Toyota Corolla Automatic
2015 Honda City Manual
Some of Our Past Students Getting Their P’s
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Join us at Ready 2 Go Driving School. Let’s hit the road together, where safety meets knowledge and empowerment. Book in your lessons with one of our Frankston driving instructors today!
Frequently Asked Questions
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What are some of the common errors we can help you avoid during a driving lesson?
During your test, the officer will be keeping an eye out for what are known as critical errors and immediate termination errors.
Critical errors arise when you make a decision during your test with the potential to create an unsafe situation, but that is not considered to pose an immediate threat. A student must not make more than two critical errors throughout the course of the test.
Some examples of a critical error might include:
- driving too slowly
- blocking a pedestrian from crossing
- a failure to look or signal, as long as pedestrians or other road users are not put in danger
- stalling the vehicle
- allowing a wheel to make contact with the kerb when parking
- a failure to stop completely at a stop sign, as long as pedestrians or other road users are not put in danger
Where immediate termination errors occur you will be deemed immediately unsuccessful and your test will be terminated. These usually only happen if your driving puts yourself or other road users and pedestrians at risk.
Some examples of an immediate termination error might include:
- failure to signal, give way or check for cars and pedestrians, resulting in another road user having to take action to avoid a collision
- mounting the kerb while driving
- collision with another vehicle
- stopping the car in a dangerous place
- driving through a stop sign or red traffic light
- exceeding the speed limit by any amount for more than five seconds, by 5 km/h or more, or by any amount when driving in a school speed limit area
- failure to listen and respond appropriately to a direction from the officer conducting your test, or the police
- making a decision that results in your testing officer having to provide support
What to expect from a driving test?
- Choice of speed
- Signal use
- Following distance
- Stop position
- Lateral position
Is there a pick-up & drop-off option?
Yes. Pick Up & Drop Off is available at Ready 2 Go. For your convenience, simply tell us where you would like to be picked up and dropped off, and we’ll make sure it happens.
Which VicRoads Centres do you test at?
Colin conducts tests at the Frankston, Dromana, Heatherton, and Dandenong VicRoads Centres.
I am a new learner. How many lessons do I need?
This can vary slightly, depending on the ability and aptitude of the learner. For somebody who has never driven before, we estimate it will take somewhere in the region of 16 to 20 lessons to get you up to test standard. If you already have some driving experience under your belt (for instance if you’ve been supervised by a family member or friend) you will probably require somewhere between eight and 12 lessons.
Can I use my own car?
The short answer is yes. Ideally you will opt to use a READY 2 GO car, as they are fitted with dual controls for added safety. However, if you have a strong reason for wanting to learn in your own vehicle, talk to us about it and we’ll consider what is possible. It’s probably worth noting that even if you do choose to use your own vehicle, the price of your lessons will remain the same.