About Chevron Driving
We specialise in high-quality driver training – our accredited driving instructors provide professional, practical and personalised training in both manual and automatic cars.
Our mission is: to develop and enhance driving skills through comprehensive on-road training.
Chevron Driving School is a small, family-based business, owned and managed by Steven White. We operate with honesty and integrity; treat people fairly and with respect; and strive for continuous improvement in all that we do.
Our driving school is well-known throughout the Gold Coast and hinterland. As a result, most of our work comes by way of referrals from very grateful clients. Student satisfaction is our highest priority. We welcome feedback from students, and treasure the many thank you letters, cards, gifts and tokens of appreciation received over the years.
Thank you for choosing Chevron Driving School – we appreciate your support.
Keys 2 Drive - FREE LESSON!
Chevron Driving School is committed to driver safety. We actively support keys2drive – a national program funded by the Federal Government that promotes safe driving for learners and their supervisors.
The free 60 minute lesson focuses on a coaching method called ‘Find Your Own Way’ and is delivered by one of our keys2drive accredited driving instructors.
For more information and to register visit their website at: www.keys2drive.com.au
To book in - just give us a call on 0408 435 691 and have your ID Number and Learner Licence details handy.
ADTA - Q
All our driving instructors are members of the Australian Driver Trainers Association – Qld and abide by the Code of Ethics and Constitution of the Association.
The ADTA-Q is the largest industry body representing professional driving instructors in Queensland. For more information visit their website at: www.adta-q.com
Queensland Transport encourages learners to have professional driving lessons with the new 1:3 ruling in the learner logbook. It’s all about road safety and ensuring young drivers have comprehensive on-road training before going solo.
One hour of training with an accredited driving instructor is now counted as triple time in the logbook, for up to ten hours. Therefore, the first 10 hours of tuition with Chevron Driving School equates to 30 hours in the logbook, and that’s great value to all young drivers.
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