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How to book a free keys2drive lesson

Holders of international driving permits upgrading to an Australian licence are NOT eligible for a keys2drive free lesson.  To be eligible for a keys2drive free lesson the learner driver MUST hold an Australian learners permit and be progressing to their P Plates.  Click here for eligibility requirements.


  • To watch a video on how to book and register for a free lesson, click here.
  • First, register with keys2drive.
  • Once you have completed registration, sign in to your account and click on the link to get your free lesson ID.
  • Search for an accredited keys2drive driving instructor in your area. If there are none in your suburb try the surrounding areas.
  • Contact an instructor or Driving School from the list provided, quote your free lesson ID number and book a suitable time for you and your supervising driver (normally your mum or dad).

Parent/Supervisors can book too!

If you are a parent/supervisor whose learner driver is eligible, you can book the free driving lesson on their behalf.

  • First, register with keys2drive.
  • When you have completed registration, sign in to your account and click on the link to register a new learner – you’ll need your learner’s licence/permit number and their email address.  This must be different from the email you registered with.
  • Once you've registered a learner driver, you will receive their ID number to the mobile number you entered.  Record their free lesson ID number and give it to your instructor when you book (the free lesson ID will also be texted to your learner).
  • Search for an accredited driving instructor by area. Contact an instructor from the list provided to book a free driving lesson time, quoting the free lesson ID. Both you and the learner driver must attend the free lesson.  It is best if your learner has around 10 hours driving experience before having the keys2drive lesson.

Note: If you are unable to attend the free lesson you have booked, contact your instructor and let them know at least 24 hours in advance. If you provide 24 hours notice, you will be able to re-schedule the lesson.

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