Meet our Driving Instructors
Be assured that all our instructors are experienced drivers and fully qualified driver trainers who are very familiar with local conditions on the Gold Coast.
To be a driving instructor in Queensland you are required to have the following:
- Certificate IV in Driving Instruction – Nationally Recognised Accreditation
- Driver Trainer Licence – issued by Queensland Transport
- Blue Card – issued by the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian
Chevron Driving School instructors are also:
- KEYS 2 DRIVE Accredited
- ADTA-Q members; and
- Highly recommended Driver Trainers and Assessors
Think of the driving instructor as your very own private tutor who is equipped with a selection of training resources designed to improve your driving ability. Training is delivered in a friendly and positive manner so that you can relax and concentrate on learning new skills.
Students are encouraged to practice newly acquired skills in between lessons to enable them to achieve a high level of performance and consistency. Comprehensive on-road training is the key to your success.
Thank you for having the patience and courage to teach me how to drive – I am sincerely grateful for having such a friendly and calm instructor. - I hope to see you on the road, Natalie
2014 Mazda 3 Hatch 2.2L Turbo Diesel Manual
2016 Mazda CX3 Wagon 1.5L Turbo Diesel Auto
2018 Mazda CX3 Wagon 2.0L Petrol Manual
2018 Mazda 3 SP25 Skyactiv Hatch 2.5L Petrol Auto
2018 Suzuki Swift 1.0L Petrol GLX Turbo Auto
All our Driver Trainers are qualified to and can teach both Auto and Manual
Our training vehicles
Chevron Driving School provides late model manual and automatic cars that are clean and tidy, well-maintained and fully insured. Sit back and relax as all cars are air-conditioned and have tinted windows for your comfort.
All training vehicles are fitted with dual controls for maximum safety. An extra rear-view mirror is also fitted on the instructor’s side to increase road vision.
Queensland Transport inspects driver training vehicles annually to ensure the dual controls work properly and the vehicle operations are in good working order. Unfortunately not all vehicles can be modified to enable dual controls to be fitted to the standard required for driver training. Therefore, the choice of car makes and models suitable for driver training is quite limited.
Our training vehicles are easily recognised by the green and black roof top sign. L plates are prominently displayed on the front and back of each training vehicle.
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