Driver Training Resources
Learning how to drive is an important skill everyone should master. But like all good things, it takes time and effort to become a confident and safe driver. We have put together a collection of driver training resources to help you obtain your learners, restricted and full licences. When teamed with our professional driving lessons, you'll be well placed to drive throughout Auckland and beyond.
Learn to drive with Drive Go
Everything you need to know to pass your restricted test. Whether you’ve been driving for a while or a beginner, Drive Go will teach you the right skills, the right way
Available on Google Play and App Store
Waka Kotahi Road Code
Waka Kotahi NZTA has a lot of driving resources including the up to date edition of the Road Code and published test guides for both Restricted and Full Licenses. It is important to get the latest information when studying for your driving licences - and that is through Waka Kotahi.
View the NZ Road Code here.
VTNZVTNZ have the contract for practical driving tests. With multiple driving test centres throughout Auckland, remember that you can use our car both before for a lesson and during your driving tests.
Auckland Driving Test FAQs
- Choosing Your Auckland Driving Test Centre
If you want to book Westgate to sit you test you need to put MASSEY in your location, not AUCKLAND. You will need to book in advance to get the time and day you prefer. Mid morning and school holidays usually means less traffic on Auckland roads.
- You can change your booking online with no charge
As long as you give two full working days notice. If you go to a service agency (AA, VTNZ, VINZ) you will be charged a fee for changing bookings. Once you have booked your test online, you still need to visit an NZTA agency to complete the test booking procedure, i.e. photo and eyesight check and sign another form, DL1.
- Remember to bring proof of your address and either your learner or restricted licence
It is recommended you do this before the day of your test, so that once you pass the practical test, the Testing Officer can immediately issue your temporary license. The plastic license will arrive in the post around 1 week later. FYI, the agencies AA, VINZ and VTNZ are under contract to NZTA to provide office and computer support, theory tests and book practical tests, they do not carry out practical tests. On the day of your practical driving test remember to bring you license and you need to provide a car. The car must be road worthy including current WOF, registration, with all lights and wipers working, tyres' checked and clean and tidy interior. If not, your test will be failed and you will have to pay to re-sit your test.
- eDrive Online Driver Training
The more homework you do, the better prepared you are for driving practice. eDrive provides online driver training, helping you learn the higher driving training skills to become a safe and confident driver.
- DT Driver Training - Online Driver Training
DT Driver training provides free NZ road code quizzes you can take online to hone your skills for all car licences.