Steps to obtaining your South African learners licence
Make your booking at the traffic department
Book your learner licence classes two/one week/s before your test
Attend the classes at Ambitious Beginnings and write our test books
Write the test at the traffic department and pass
Make your booking at the traffic department for your learner licence test. You will be required to do an eye test so be sure to take your spectacles with.
Book your learner licence classes two/one week/s before your test at Ambitious Beginnings so the learner licence information is still fresh in your memory.
Attend the classes at Ambitious Beginnings and write our test books that we provide to prepare you for your learner licence test at the traffic department.
Write the test at the traffic department and pass.
Steps to obtaining your South African drivers licence
When you have passed your learners, book your traffic department driving test appointment the same day. The traffic department’s bookings can sometimes be booked 3 months in advance! While speaking to the traffic department booking agent, contact Ambitious Beginnings for available dates to assist with your driving test.
Contact Ambitious Beginnings to confirm the booking of the traffic department driving test date and then Ambitious Beginnings will backdate your driving lessons from your driving test date at the traffic department.
Attend all driving lessons booked at Ambitious Beginnings. Having enough hours before your test date is essential. Not only do you need to familiarize yourself with the theory but using the K53 system while driving has to become a second nature. If you miss or need to move a driving appointment be sure to reschedule that time slot!
Discuss your weak points with your instructor and ask them for advise on how you can improve on them.
Plan your day of your driving test. Unexpected events can throw you off your game. Have a snack and cool drink ready for before your test, also be sure to visit the restroom 30min before your driving test. Discussed all the steps with your instructor and ask about anything that is unclear to you. Be friendly with your traffic officer as 9/10 they are a normal friendly person just like you!
Congratulations you have passed your test at the traffic department and you are now a legal road user!