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Older Driver Assessment

A1 Driver Training’s Lynton Goldstein received his accreditation as an RTA Older Driver Assessor commencing on 1 December 2008.

Driving is a life skill.  In order to preserve & maintain your valuable independence & mobility, your driving ability is required to be assessed specifically focusing on the skills & behaviour of safe, legal driving.

There is no limit on the number of assessments you can take with A1 Driver Training in the specified period.

Having successfully rectified any bad driving habits which may have developed over many years, your Practical Driving Assessment which has been designed to assess your ability to independently operate a vehicle both safely & legally, can then be conducted & on completion, you will receive a report showing the areas where you did well & where you may need to improve.

A1 Driver Training’s initial goal is to refresh your knowledge & attitude to safe driving, to hazard perception & to reacting to hazards. Feedback is provided affording you the opportunity to improve your performance during your actual assessment.  A1 Driver Training ensures that you are driving to the required RTA standard by conducting a trial assessment for evaluation & discussion, & only if you feel assessment-ready,  the official Accredited Driving Assessment is then conducted from your home if you wish, & back to your home for a minimum of 15 minutes either in your car or A1 Driver Training’s dual controlled car, during which time there is no coaching. This will include controlled & uncontrolled intersections, roundabouts, stop & giveway signs, shopping strips, pedestrian crossings, changing lanes, etc.

Lynton of A1 Driver Training prides himself in providing patient, expert Older Driver Education & imparting his knowledge & experience.  

Everyone’s ability to learn varies in time and effort, however Lynton undertakes to teach you at your pace in order to make you feel comfortable, confident & assessment- ready.

Lynton welcomes & encourages a family member or friend of the applicant to sit in on a lesson or part of a lesson, in the event of old habits persisting, in order to facilitate practicing if necessary.

When the Older Driver applicant is successful in the driving assessment, the Assessment Score Sheet is duly presented to an RTA Registry enabling the applicant to complete the licensing process.


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