Safety focus with smarter, safer driving skills
Our client South 32, recently engaged In Gear Australia to provide a range of driver training for members of its Environmental Rehabilitation Team on Groote Eylandt. With a strong focus on practical skills and the development of positive safe driving behaviours, the training achieved its key outcomes of creating smarter, safer drivers. In Gear Australia are able to customise practical skills training to meet specific needs which are relevant to local conditions.
Approved to deliver C Class Driving Tests
In Gear Australia has Government approved and accredited Driving Licence examiners who can administer the C Class Practical Driving Test throughout the Northern Territory.
Our examiners are highly professional and experienced and will make you feel comfortable prior to undertaking the test.
Book your practical driving test with In Gear Australia online.
New migrants to Australia are getting the chance to obtain their full Australian Drivers licence with In Gear Australia and the Multi-Cultural Council NT.
Working in partnership with the the Multi-Cultural Council of the Northern Territory (MCNT), In Gear Australia has designed, developed and are delivering professional driver education programs for migrants who have recently arrived in Australia.
The programs have been designed by experienced and qualified teachers and government accredited Driving Instructors. They include qualified interpreters to assist migrants in their own language to understand the knowledge needed to obtain their Learners Driving Licence.
Once their Learner Licence has been obtained, they are provided a number of professional driving lessons. Each lesson is tailored to their own learning requirements to provide them the practical skills, knowledge and experience they need to meet the requirements of obtaining an Australian Driving Licence.
MCNT chief executive Joe Deluca said it was important for new residents to Australia to gain independence through driving.
“It empowers them in terms of driving skills and safety, but it also gives them another set of tools as part of their CV, where driving is a requirement. All these skills help them towards getting jobs and driving safely in Australia,” he said.
Since commencement, the Passport 2 Drive program has been instrumental in helping hundreds of people from migrant and refugee backgrounds achieve their Australia drivers licence. This has led to greater economic participation and enhanced social inclusion within Australia.
Its a fact - road accidents are the leading cause of fatalities for young Australians.
There’s enough trouble in the world, without the added burden of avoidable road tragedies.
So, In Gear Australia and Peoples Choice Credit Union have joined forces in the Northern Territory to design and deliver a high quality, evidence based defensive driver program for young Australians.
Not some namby pamby classroom based course.
But a program that gets them behind the wheel (Mini Coopers of course) in real world situations and provides them with solid practical skills and the attitude needed to remain safe when driving on their own or with their peer group.
We believe that with the right skills, knowledge and attitudes, our newest generation of road users will display the maturity to remain safe - now thats worth something.
Best of all, Peoples Choice Credit Union members get 15% discount - regardless of their age!
For more information and to book, visit: Alive at 25.
In Gear Australia are proud to announce that we have been approved by the Northern Territory Government to deliver its flagship Driver Education program for 16-25 year olds.
With access to ten (10) subsidised practical driving lessons per person, this program ensures that high quality, professional driver education and tuition is available to young Territorians through In Gear Australia and the Drive Safe NT program.
Approved to deliver both Theory and Practical Lessons across the Northern Territory, In Gear Australia offer both manual and automatic Mini Coopers to its students to develop the skills, knowledge and experience needed to become smarter, safer drivers on our roads.
In Gear Australia are proud to support ‘A Metre Matters’ Campaign launched by the Amy Gillet Foundation.
This campaign aims to educate drivers to maintain a minimum of one (1) metre passing distance between vehicles and cyclists on our roads.
Each year in Australia 35 bicycle riders are killed and 9,577 injured*.
This is an avoidable tragedy and as road users we all share responsibility to do something about it.
In Gear Australia are proud to be approved by the Commonwealth Government to deliver its Keys2Drive program. Students can obtain their free driving lesson here: Keys2Drive.
This 60 minute lesson is scheduled with both the learner driver and their nominated supervisor. It will provide you with practical tips that you can use to improve your driving practise and experience. An initial Keys2Drive lesson is a great way to obtain advanced standing in any of our professional driver education programs as well as receiving a discount!
In Gear Australia are proud to be a corporate supporter of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety. A global initiative, the Decade of Action raises awareness of the importance of Road Safety around the globe.
Its key aim is to reduce the number of road fatalities worldwide.
By completing your In Gear Australia driver education program, you can be safe in the knowledge that you are well prepared for a lifetime of smarter, safer driving on our roads.
The Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS) is the region’s peak membership association for road safety professionals and members of the public who are focused on saving lives and serious injuries on our roads.
Australia’s current road toll sits at approximately 33,900 per year – this includes 1,500 deaths and 32,400 serious injuries every year. The subsequent impact on Australia’s health system and communities is enormous,with the cost in monetary terms alleged to be $27bn annually – the size of our national defence budget. Read more about ACRS at http://acrs.org.au/