At ACT DRIVING SOLUTIONS, we have ACT Accredited Driving Instructors who can conduct your revision point assessments and final driving assessment (Competency Based Training & Assessment) so you don’t need to do the one-off practical driving assessment with Access Canberra. When you have finished your logbook, your accredited driving instructor will issue you with a certificate of competency which you can take to Access Canberra.
However, if you would like to complete the one-off assessment with a Government assessor, you can use our driving instructor’s car for the driving test and have a warm up lesson beforehand to help you ease your nerves and ensure you’re prepared for the test.
For the first 10 driving instruction hours, you will get 30 supervised hours recorded in your logbook. Book a 10-hour lesson package with an ACT DRIVING SOLUTIONS Accredited Driving Instructor.
You can find further information on each task in the Towards Your P’s guide.
Revision point two – 2nd Revision Point Assessment – 1 – 22. You must wait at least 36 hours after learning task 22 before attempting this assessment.
Before attempting your final driving assessment, your instructor must inform the Government audit department for quality control purposes.
How many driving lessons do I need to complete the ACT Logbook?
The number of driving lessons required for a learner driver to complete the ACT logbook will vary between each learner driver.
Each learner will have different driving skill levels, frequency of driving lessons, practice between lessons, and the quality of driving practice.
It will take a minimum of 8 lessons to complete the ACT logbook. On average, students will take 10-15 lessons