Defensive Driver training with motoring expert Ian Luff and the most experienced team centrally located in Sydney. This experience gives practical lessons on the dangers on the road, using your own vehicle, you'll learn your limits and how to stay safe on the road. Drive to Survive!
Ian Luff Motivation Australia Pty Ltd (Est. 1983) is considered the market leader in defensive, advanced and performance driver development programs. In house quality assurance staff training ensures the Drive to Survive™philosophy and implementation meets the requirements of occupational health and safety legislation, corporate and government needs.
The program is an integrated learning experience suitable for any licensed driver irrespective of experience. It is relevant to the vehicle you drive, large-small, sports cars, commercial vehicles or four wheel drives.
Objectives - Increase a driver’s level of awareness while developing low risk behaviour strategies! Develop an understanding of vehicle dynamics, new 5 star safety technologies, related to driver input and how this relates to new/old vehicle technologies! Create a growth mindset in keeping with the ever changing road/driving environment and current road rules!
Outcomes - Greater knowledge combined with improved vision skills, increased forward planning, awareness/anticipation/action. Understand the importance of monitoring speed, managing a safety gap related to the ever-changing environment/road conditions. Develop defensive driving strategies, improve driver behaviour, reduce motor vehicle crashes, injury, fleet running cost.
This experience takes place on Mondays to Sundays around six times a month. The day begins at 8.30am and finishes at 4.30pm.
Due to class format, you are required to arrive by 8.15am for check-in and registrations. Late arrivals will miss course structure and requirements. This confirms your position at the course.
Driver need at least a P plate licence. This experience is suitable for all levels of experience. Every driver needs their own vehicle. No learner drivers.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
There will be up to 24 people in a day's session.
No spectators are allowed.
The day goes ahead rain or shine. Bring a wet weather jacket and umbrella.
Wear comfortable clothing and closed shoes (no thongs or high heels).
Bring a hat, umbrella, sunscreen and sunnies.
This experience takes place at Sydney Dragway, Eastern Creek.