DOS Driving School at Carnegie

Originally named after William Ross and known as Rosstown, Carnegie got its current name in the year 1909. 

Situated 12km south-east of Melbourne, present day Carnegie is a well sought-after residential suburb. Cafes, and restaurants housed in the ‘eat street’ shopping precinct bring in many patrons and visitors to Carnegie.  This highly residential suburb presents idyllic living with all amenities.  

Along with the residential areas Carnegie has its share of commercial development as well. Busy side streets, byways, intersections, and roads are some of the features new drivers might find difficult to grasp.  Our driving instructors at Carnegie are well familiarized with the suburb and its layout. Their knowledge of the area and years of experience is a vital component when it comes to establishing a good training session as well as rapport with the students. 

We provide them with a structured syllabus, an all-inclusive solution that addresses every aspect of driving. This assures a success rate of 95% at the driving test. Our success rate is measured by the feedback we get from our students, which is exceptional. 

With the guidance of our friendly instructors, students are expected to be confident in their driving skills in the shortest of time. 

Come experience our exceptional service yourself. If you’re thinking of taking up lessons in Carnegie, call us up on 03 8738 5185 or click here to book a package or lesson.


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