5 Star Driving School

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
     

     5 Star Driving School
        Automatic Driving School  
                                                                                             Saturday, 23 September 2017   
 
5 Star Driving School Full Program & lessons Plan:-                                                
 
Introduction
 
Before you can begin to learn to drive you must make sure you have a valid WA Learners Permit  licence     L   and are physically fit.
Your Qualified Instructor will guide you through our program and explain each Exercise:

1) Cab Drill and Vehicle management

Cab Drill: The cab drill is a simple sequence of actions that must be carried out each time that you sit behind the wheel. Before you drive you should check that your car is safe to be on the road (Mirrors, Seatbelts, Tyres, Brakes, Steering, Light, Horn, window screen, Window screen wipers).

Vehicle management: The first controls you need to learn about are the main Foot and Hand controls & (The Accelerator pedal, The Foot Brake, The Clutch, The handbrake, The Steering wheel, The Indications)

2) Moving off:  You must show the assessor that you understand and can demonstrate the correct procedure during your test .   Moving off is easy if you follow a basic routine. One you have, started the engine and prepared the car for moving you must use this routine Mirrors >> Signal >> Right Head check - Blind spot >> All clear >> Steer and Go.

3) Steering: During this lesson you will learn how to use Look where you want the car to go method and how to use the Pull & Push steering method. This method ensures that you keep both hands in contact with the wheel at all times and the wheel is never allowed to spin out of control.

4) Stopping: During this lesson you will learn how to avoid stopping your vehicle in a number of places can be dangerous to you or others,   Also how and where to pull over safe and legal by applying simple checklist.

5) Turning Left & Turning Right: Turning in front of traffic is dangerous. Always ensure that the turn can be made safely, without interfering with progress of oncoming vehicles. During this lesson you will learn how to brake gently and in a good time, position your vehicle correctly and choose the correct lane where there are lane marking. Remember give way to pedestrians and turn only when it is safe to do so.

6) Look behind & Head Checks: Look behind assesses whether you can you keeps an eye on what is happening all around you as you drive.   Drivers must keep an eye on the traffic behind them and know what that traffic is doing. Look behind requires you to check in the mirrors and look over your shoulder so that you can interact safely with other traffic. Remember Looking behind should become second nature, you should always be doing it.

7) Stop Signs:  During this lesson you will learn how to obey Stop Signs. Remember you will fail the assessment if you do not come to a complete stop at stop lines >> then look right and left and right again>> then if it clear and safe >>Steer & go.

8) Give way Signs: Give way to all traffic travelling along or turning from the intersection road. Remember you will fail the driving test if you donot give way or stop if you need as near as practicable before entering the intersection or the roundabout.

9) Traffic Lights: During this lesson your Instructor will explain the traffic light sequence and what each phase means and all about pedestrian crossings, light controlled junctions, traffic signals and crossing patrols.
10) Indications: Indications and hand signal are effective way to communicate with other road users. If you planning to stop change lanes or turn, you must let other drivers know what you are planning to do.

11) Lane Change & Road marking & Overtaking:  During this lesson you will learn how to overtake another vehicle, change lanes and all about road marking.

12) Hazard Drill:  During this lesson you will learn some special steps to help you deal with hazards safely. You will learn how to use this drill to approach junctions, and how to use this drill to overtake stationary or slow moving vehicles.
13) Roundabouts:  During this lesson you will learn how to deal with roundabouts on normal and major roads with one lane, multiple lanes and multiple exits, also how to approach roundabouts safely. Roundabouts have several exit points; enter a roundabout only when there is a safe gap in the traffic and no risk of a crash. Remember roundabouts are designed to keep the traffic flowing.
14) Forming one lane: When two lanes merge into one lane (and this might also be indicated by sign such as LANE ENDS MERGE LEFT or FORM ONE LANE or any warning signs. Remember: You should indicate that you are merging by using your indicator or hand signal. and You must give way to any other vehicle if any portion of it is ahead of your vehicle.
15) Two Second Rule: The Two second rule is a guide to use in good road, traffic and weather condition. Remember if they are not good increase your following distance to four or five seconds.
16) Railway Crossing: Railway crossing can be dangerous, especially when there are no flashing lights or boom gates. Remember that trains cannot stop quickly-even under emergency brakes, a loaded train can take over one kilometre to stop and it cannot swerve to avoid a vehicle on the tracks.  Always be alert for signs that show you are approaching a railway crossing and you must look right and left (Head check when you approaching railway).    

17) U - Turn:  During this lesson you will learn the correct procedure to perform U  Turn.

18) Reverse Parallel Park: During this lesson your Instructor will teach you step by step how to parallel parking, also he will explain when it safe, legal or convenient to carry out this manoeuvre. The examiner on the driving test will expect you to reverse into a space of about two car lengths, also park your car at the kerb safely, smoothly and under control.
19) Reverse Park:  During this lesson your Instructor will teach how to parallel parking, also he will explain when it safe, legal or convenient to carry out this manoeuvre. Remember if your assessor asks you to find somewhere to park or turn around in the street, you should be able to work out the best & safe way to do it quickly.
20) Three point Turn: Three point turns are used when a road is not wide enough to do U  Turn. Remember if your assessor asks you to find somewhere to park, finding an address, left something behind or turn around in the street, you should be able to work out the best place and the best way to do it quickly.
21) Manoeuvres: During your lessons you will learn and try various combinations of manoeuvres (10) to build your own practice exercises. During the driving test, the assessor will look at your flow, speed and path. They should suits the surroundings, also he will check if you look for hazards and adjusting your speed when near threats to safety.

22) Commentary Driving:  During this lesson your Instructor will teach how to do Commentary driving and he will explain to you where to look, what to notice, how to respond and how to spot the errors.

23) Tips to help you pass your Driving Assessment:  During this lesson your Instructor will teach you how to pass your practical assessment and you will be given and taught what you need to pass the test and be a good driver.

24) 15 Ways to Overcome Your Test Nerves: During this lesson you will learn how to overcome your test nerves.

25) 10 Things to do on the day of your Test: During this lesson you will learn what to do on your test day.
 
When you start having lessons with   5 Star Driving School    you will be given a file that contains Lesson Plan checklist 1 and 2, also Occupation Driver Assessment and  Practice Checklist 1 and 2.