5 star ANCAP rating
Qualified Motor Driving Instructor (MDI)
7 days a week
60 or 90 minute lessons
Brighton to Seaford plus other areas
The answer to that depends on each individual and is influenced by various factors such as how often a learner can practice what is taught and the rate at which a learner picks up the necessary skills.
The process is explained on this page: http://mylicence.sa.gov.au/road-rules/the-drivers-handbook/graduated
Your test will take approximately 45 minutes and you will be required to demonstrate 5 low speed manoeuvres, (move off on a hill, angle park, U-turn, 3-point turn and reverse parallel park) as well as a general drive. The general drive component will test your driving skills e.g. changing lanes, turning on and from busy roads, turning at traffic lights, negotiating roundabouts, stop and give-way signs, your interaction with other road users and the system of car control.
You will need to score a mark of 90% or more to pass and not breach any road law during the drive.
Read more here: http://www.mylicence.sa.gov.au/the-driving-companion/vort
You need to bring your current learner's permit/licence, if it does not have photo identification on it then you will need to bring another form of photo identification such as a student card or passport.
Also please remember that you must wear appropriate footwear - no thongs, bare feet, clogs (shoes with soles thicker than 3cm) or shoes without heel support.
If you have a learners permit you can do the VORT test at any time but if you pass you will only be issued with a P1 provisional licence once you have held your learners permit for at least 12 months (be 17 years or older) and have completed 75 hours (includes minimum 15 hours at night) of supervised driving.
If you are older than 25 years of age then you only need to have held learners permit for at least 6 months.