Master Drive Services offers specialised training, licencing, endorsement and assessment needs for both heavy and light commercial vehicles. Train in our modern fleet of vehicles at one of our 11 nationwide branches or at your old facility. We offer premium, tailored training
Drivetech Ltd provides Driver Licencing and Endorsements for Heavy Vehicles (Class 2, 3, 4, and 5), Forklifts & Osh Certificate, Wheels Tracks & Rollers, Dangerous Goods, Vehicle Recovery & Passenger Endorsement. Road Code Training, Car Driving Training & Defensive Driving. Motorbike Handling Skills Test & CBTA R & F. Health and Safety along with Driving Assessments.
We are a small personal company that efficiently trains and licences small groups of people, often doing one-on-one training with groups not usually exceeding three people.
Our expert instructors have been driving and teaching others their skills for many years, meaning that you are in the hands of capable and expert professionals.
Please arrange a time to come in and meet the friendly, helpful team at PassRite Wellington. We offer driving lessons, Wheels, Rollers, Tracks, Forklift, Dangerous Goods, Passenger and Vehicle Recovery Endorsements, as well as Heavy Motor Vehicle courses for Classes 2, 4 and 5, and more!
We offer specialised driver training over a wide range of on & off-road vehicle operation.
Including Light & Heavy vehicles, Quad bikes, Side by Sides (light utility vehicles)
Vehicle recovery & Emergency Response Driving.
Courses are delivered throughout New Zealand with attention given to your specific needs.
PassRite Driving Academy Ltd is New Zealand's foremost provider of driver training and education and was formed on the 1st April 1990.
With its extensive skill base, the PassRite team delivers Driver Education programmes covering all classes of driver licensing and provides training and assessing for driver licensing endorsements.
To find a driving instructor that is perfect for you, interview several and meet them if you can. Each driving instructor will have a different level of experience and a different teaching style. Some specialise in drivers that don't speak English as a first language, some will have a manual vehicle, some will also offer defensive driving courses.
A driving instructor has to be right for you. Don't choose your driving instructor based on price alone. If a driving instructor is cheap it may be because they are very new, or they don't have good reviews and therefore need to discount their price to find business. It's important you get lessons from someone that will teach you effectively, build your confidence and make you feel comfortable with driving.