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About Joondalup Easy Driving School

Your Friendly Driving Instructors

Your friendly, qualified and experienced instructors Nick and Alison combine their life long passions for cars and driving to create the perfect learner driver experience for you. They'll make passing your test easy.

Suburbs Covered

Joondalup Easy Driving School covers the Perth Northern Suburbs including Clarkson, Greenwood, Wanneroo, Butler, Jindalee and Alkimos.

    Nick's ability to understand you as a person, quickly and comfortably determine your existing skills and then engage with you in a responsible

    no-pressure atmosphere, is the recipe to ensure you learn efficiently and cost effectively in a relaxed and fun environment. As well, you will feel safe and secure behind the wheel of Nick's well appointed new five star AMCAP Rated Hyundai i30 SR manual, complete with state-of-the-art dual controls and reversing camera for ease of teaching and learning parking skills.


    Alison is a highly successful, experienced and friendly instructor who specialises in automatic driving lessons. Her passion for teaching people to drive is only matched by her commitment to ensuring they also become safe and courteous road users.

    Alison is professionally certified with the Department of Transport and has a Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Road Transport – Car Driving Instruction). She has had extensive experience working with children and young people with special needs and students with anxiety.

    Providing an extremely caring approach, Alison has the ability to make anyone feel comfortable and secure while behind the wheel. She is also happy to work with students to tailor a program to suit their individual needs.

    Alison’s outstanding results demonstrate her skills as an instructor – her first-time pass rate for students is generally around 85 to 90 per cent and for the past three months it has remained at 90 per cent.

    • Start with your handbrake solidly on
    • Put the clasp to the floor and select first stuff
    • Push down delicately on the gas pedal while bringing the grip up leisurely to the gnawing point
    • Actually look at it's protected to move, then, at that point, discharge the handbrake while allowing the clasp to nibble somewhat more until the vehicle begins to move advances
    • Step by step push down on the gas pedal and bring the grip up leisurely and you'll climb the slope
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