HIENZ driving lessons prices

Written by Ian Tran

HIENZ driving school has a wealth of experience unmatched in Melbourne. For the past 25 years we have taught so many drivers with a sense of pride in building a better society. We have not conformed to the easy road of incompetency but have chosen to take the long, strenuous and demanding road of competency. Therefore, we believe in what we do as a driving institution. We have never compromised on the quality of driving lessons we offer. We ensure every single dollar our learners spend is worth the lessons and the experience.


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Quality driving lessons

Written by Ian Tran

HIENZ driving school has the capacity and resources to offer top notch driving lessons. We understand that driving lessons are more than just inserting a key into the ignition and stepping on the pedal.

There is so much a driver needs to learn in order to be a competent driver once they acquire their driving license. In reality, driving starts with the mind where we grill our learners on what to expect in the driving lessons. Secondly, the learner is amply prepared to handle the lessons once they start. With a strong focus and aptitude to learn the driver is able to maneuver challenges they come across during the driving course.


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Should learners be taught in strict or fun way?

Written by Ian Tran

The question of whether learners need to be taught in a strict or fun way by their instructors does not have a definite answer. There are a few variables that might affect the modes of teaching in strict or fun methods. Obviously, the fun method is a better choice for nearly anyone who wishes to take driving lessons. It’s understandable since, driving should be fun –the driver should immerse himself into the process and become one with the car and the road. However, even in fun times, too, much of something is poisonous.

The fact of the matter is that driving isn’t rocket science and the fun ease the stress for the new drivers. Similarly, the learner needs to be aware of what is happening on the road and the implications in case of a mishap. When the instructor is teaching learners about road safety measures it is crucial to make them understand the severity of a grievous mistake while on the road. The driver needs to get the facts right to ensure they do not become part of the problem. On the other hand, instructors need to loosen up during fun filled parking lessons. Too much strain might cause the drivers to miss concepts involved in pulling out a great parking.


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The differences between an experienced driving instructor and an inexperienced one

Written by Ian Tran

Inexperienced Instructor

There are a few differences between an experienced driving instructor and a new driving instructor. For instance, the new driving instructor lacks confidence on how they execute their duties. There are other noticeable differences while others are not very obvious. Either way the experienced instructor has so much on the inexperienced instructor. That means the experienced driving instructor will offer better lessons than the inexperienced one. So how do you distinguish between the two and are you supposed to even look so hard? For one, the lack of confidence will betray the inexperienced instructor.


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The role of a driving instructor

Written by Ian Tran

The driving instructor is a very critical person in the driving lessons. The driving instructor holds the key to your final performance during the test. Beyond the lessons they take you through, the driving instructor offers the learners’ motivation as a tutor. The choice of tutor will influence how you approach driving for the rest of your life. If the instructor impacted little road discipline in you, it might affect your driving test and also your driving years later. Therefore, it’s important to work with a driving instructor, who is competent, disciplined, and motivated. There are so many adjectives that can be used to describe a great driving instructor but the above will do for now.


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What are the common mistakes that make you fail the driving test?

Written by Ian Tran

Obviously, people make grief mistakes when taking a driving test. Perhaps, if you are familiar with these mistakes you can avoid them during your own driving test. First on the list of common mistakes during tests is failing to stop at a STOP sign. Oftentimes, drivers taking tests tend to focus so much on driving properly that they forget to make a stop at designated places. Then a driver will forget to give way to other drivers who have the right of way. Another common mistake among test drivers is denying pedestrians the right of way. It’s important to always remember that even pedestrians have rights on the road too.

There are also a myriad of mistakes that test drivers make during the driving tests. For instance, drivers tend to forget to turn their signal on or off. In areas where there is a railway crossing, drivers might also forget to stop or do so at the middle of an intersection as well. Unconsciously, they will miss the sign warning against stopping a car and do it nonetheless. In other cases, the driver will fail to stop objecting the driveway.


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What do license testers test drivers on?

Written by Ian Tran

I am certain that most learners at a driving school ask themselves a question such as what a license tester looks for. The good thing is for the learner to first prepare their mind to be tested ready. The tester is on your side plus you know most of what they will test you on. Of course there are few things that a tester is interested in finding out from you. For one, the tester needs to know that you can safely drive a car on the road. When you get to take your practical driving test you need to be mentally focused to avoid panicking. Take each of your safety rules as the driving instructors taught you.

Secondly, the tester is concerned with how you will react to other drivers on the road. For instance, who should give way while on the road? What do you look for before you enter a highway? That way, you will be able to pass any possible test the testers will request during the test. You need to know each of the give way rules by heart. Thirdly, the tester is keen on seeing whether you know how to abide by traffic rules. They are very important since they maintain sanity on the road.


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Hazard Perception Test notes in Melbourne

Written by Ian Tran

This article gives you examples to understand some situations in the Hazard Perception Test.

Let’s start now.

The mouse is the brake or accelerator as you are telling the computer what you would be doing.

Don’t click mouse if you can’t overtake or turn.

- Don’t overtake a tram. Click the mouse as you get close to the back of it.

- Don’t click the mouse on any scenes at night. You can’t turn or overtake on these. Always check your speed and if the green indicator is flashing, click the mouse as you are looking for a street.

- Any yellow or orange diamond shape on the side of the road. Click the mouse as they get level with the cars.


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Driving Lesson on test route in Melbourne & Melton

Written by Ian Tran

You are new at driving, or after taking the wheel for a long break and now looking for driving schools in Melton, HIENZ Driving School will be your best choice. Our instructors are local know the area inside and out when it comes to driving lessons in Melton. The courses offer have for a long time emphasised on the need to fully comprehend the practical aspect of the training in order to mould a top notch driver for the roads. We understand the weight of the matter and therefore we have taken every step necessary to help you achieve your driving goals in the period you will be working with us. The following is one of the testing routes in Melton.


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