Learn the rules of the road with fully qualified, friendly and patient instructors, who are all members of the Australian Driver Trainers Association.
Our male and female instructors will give you or your child comprehensive lessons in how to safely and confidently navigate Melbourne’s roads, particularly those around Bacchus Marsh, Melton, Taylors Hill, Carolyn Springs, Hillside, Rockbank, Exford, Eynesbury and all areas in between.
When you book a Mon Ami Driving School lesson, we’ll pick you up from your home, work or school and return you when your session is finished.
We offer lessons from Monday to Saturday between 8am and 7pm all year round, and our competitive lessons prices start from $40 for a single 45 minute lesson - be sure to ‘like’ our Facebook page to take advantage of special deals!
We’ll even give you ONE FREE 90 MIN LESSON before your driving test and offer both manual and automatic driving experiences. We have automatic cars, but can teach you in your own manual car.
$40 for a 60 Minute Lesson
When you book a package of 5 lessons for $200.
The 120 hours of practice driving licensing system introduced by Vicroads became effective on 1 July 2008. Note: this applies to Learners in the 18-21 age group.
Formulated on the basis of extensive local and overseas research and upon exhaustive trials in Victoria, this test criteria is specifically designed to more effectively assess those licence applicants undertaking a practical driving test so that only those who can demonstrate safe driving skills will be licensed to drive on our roads.
The new test is structured so that only applicants who have a high level of experience will pass. Of particular concern to road safety authorities is the very high representation of younger drivers (under 21 years old) reflected in the statistics of our road toll fatalities and other crashes involving personal injury and property damage.
Using the 120 hour driving practice system is best achieved by a partnership between qualified driving instructors and fully licensed ‘supervising' drivers (such as parents or older siblings). This will assist novice drivers to obtain the necessary exposure time and receive the benefit of knowledgeable instruction to help them develop safe driving practices for life.