Driving tests

About us

Here at DT Driver Training we’re all about helping all New Zealanders excel at driving.  By this, we mean fit, healthy, competent and compliant drivers.  We provide resources to help drivers get where they want to go, confidently and safely, whether they’re behind the wheel of a private car, motorbike, a commercial or heavy vehicle.

As members of the public and private road users, we all have a duty of care to ensure we understand the road rules, have the right skills and knowledge to make the right driving choices and play a part in reducing the risk of injury to ourselves and other road users.  DT Driver Training’s website helps over 140,000 people per month study and practice for their licence tests, refresh their memory of the road rules and learn new strategies to improve their driving skills.

Both employees and employers have added responsibilities under the Health & Safety at Work Act 2015.  For employees, this ranges from understanding the road code and following procedures to being fit to drive.  The onus, however, is on employers to provide driver policy, procedures, training, supervision and monitoring.  Failure to do so could ten of thousands of dollars in fines and legal costs.

For employers, our training system provides a convenient, cost-effective and comprehensive online portal where they can manage driver training and document the steps they are taking to upskill drivers and reduce accidents.  It enables employers to generate reports and also provides all the essential document templates for compliance.

Every year too many Kiwi families and businesses suffer road trauma.   DT aims to significantly improve the knowledge and skills of all Kiwi drivers, helping them to better understand the hazards of driving and to choose actions that make using New Zealand roads safer for everyone.

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Phone: 021 222 0888 (8am-6pm)

Email: contact@drivingtests.co.nz

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