We'll give you all the knowledge and training you need to arrive home safely.

    Did you know you could get a free lesson? Register now.

    The Keys2drive program is about preparing you for driving on your own. It focuses on teaching driving skills for life, not just to pass the driving test.

    Head over to the Keys2drive website to register for a free lesson. Once you’ve done this, a text message will be sent to you with a unique free lesson ID number. Once you have this number you can book a free lesson with you and your parent/supervisor online or by giving us a call. We'll team you up with an accredited Keys2drive instructor, who will coach you to 'Find your own way'.

    You’ll take away a safe learning approach and lots of great advice on how to practice. You can learn more about the lesson in the Keys2drive YouTube video.

    Common questions

    • How do I book a keys2drive session?
      To book your free lesson, you will need to go to the Keys2drive website and set up a registration. Once you’ve completed that, keys2drive will send you a text message with your free lesson ID number. Go online or give us a call with this number and we will book you and your parent/supervisor in at a time that suits.
    • What do I need to bring to my lessons?
      You must come along to all lessons and assessments with a valid driver’s licence permit.
    • Can I book a driving lesson for the weekend?
      Yes, we do offer lessons at the weekend. These and our after-school lessons are our most popular and book out fast. If you’re looking for these times, be sure to book ahead online or call on 1300 761 429.
    • Can I hire your cars for my Ps test?
      Yes, you can. The easiest way to do this is to call us on 1300 761 429 with your driver’s licence number and payment details. We will log in to the Transport Tasmania booking portal to find a test time where our cars are available for you to use.
    • Can I use my own vehicle for lessons and assessments?
      We use our dual controlled cars for all lessons and assessments. This allows us all to remain safe while you’re learning on the roads.