Liverpool Driving School Statistics

Statistically, student drivers in Liverpool NSW are the safest drivers on the road. This is a direct consequence of having a manager and/or a driving teacher present at all times when they’re behind the wheel of a motor vehicle.

The moment that a student becomes a solo driver however, their security on the street is significantly reduced as a consequence of not having a driving instructor or supervisor present to guide them through the procedure. The chart below clearly shows the phenomenon and shows the sudden spike in crash-rate when Learner drivers become solo drivers.

The numbers speak for themselves

  • 45 percent of young Australian accident deaths are due to road traffic crashes. Of all hospitalisations of young Australians, nearly half are drivers involved in a road traffic crash and another quarter are passengers.
  • Young drivers (17 — 25 years) represent one-quarter of Australian road deaths, but are just 10 — 15 percent of the licensed driver population.
  • A 17 year old driver with a P1 licence is four times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash than a driver over 26 years.
    The largest killer of young drivers is speeding and about 80 percent of those killed are male.
  • One-third of speeding drivers and rider in fatal crashes are men aged 17 — 25; 6 percent are females aged 17 — 25.

So what is the solution? How can this spike at the crash-rate of fresh solo drivers be decreased?

Our program aims to enhance these alarming statistic and motorist safety by assisting provisional licence holders to become self sufficient and reliant in their own knowledge, experience and critical thinking adaptations gained through their learning through their students phase with a 12-months 0-harm objective. The rationale behind this approach is simple. We think that the reason new solo motorists have such a high crash-rate is because throughout their learning process for a Learner driver, they haven’t recognized the columns of safe driving and have been educated on a shallow level. This sort of compromise is simply unacceptable. Student-Centred Learning approach finally guarantee that we are not just another’quick-fix’ driving school liverpool, but instead a lifelong partner for young drivers nurturing a deeper, more personal level of growth and skill acquirement in motorists.

Program provides a broader and comprehensive learning experience, one which participates;

Involves placing the student in the driver’s seat (we are punny). We feel that the only way to really master driving is to participate in real settings and contexts representing those that you may experience in daily driving. That is why we make sure that all real-life situations and happenings on the street are covered in our student centred learning strategy.

As the alarming accident statistics show, the learning does not end after a provisional permit is attained. Driving is a skill that requires constant honing and refreshing. This is the reason our 12-months 0-harm aim and follow-ups on student’s transition to solo driving plays a vital role in enabling students to realize they’re not on their own and can count on our service and guidance even after receiving their provisional license.

Life-Deep-learning: Refers to beliefs, ideologies, and values related to living life and engaging in the cultural workings of both communities and the wider society. Such learning reflects the moral, ethical, spiritual, and societal values which guide what people think, how they behave, and the way they judge themselves and others. This focus on life-deep learning highlights how learning is never a culture-free endeavour.

We feel that our Student-Centred Learning approach integrated with our three learning experiences are required to accomplish our goal of 12 month-0- injury and to embed security as an essential part of being a solo driver.