DOS Driving School at Wheelers Hill

Named after an early settler James Wheeler in the 1800s, it was mostly a farming community. In the early 1900s Wheelers Hill became an attraction for motor racing and rallies that consisted of hill climbs. Something unique about this suburb is that it existed as a rural community until the 1950s and even up to the 1970s. 

Present-day Wheelers Hill is host to many schools, parks, and recreational centers. Jells Park is one of its biggest recreational facilities covering over 127 hectares. Wheelers Hills attracts many visitors as well as residents who appreciate the suburb’s expanse and splendor. 

The DOS team at Wheelers Hill considers these demographics when choosing the ideal syllabus suited for this suburb. The overcrowding of roads and side streets are seen frequently on weekdays as well as weekends. New students will definitely find these conditions difficult to handle on their own. As a beginner driver, it will no doubt be difficult to learn on their own in these overcrowded conditions. 

The professional guidance of our instructors by their side can make all the difference to getting over the anxiety and nervousness they initially may have. Our instructors are easy to work with and patient with their students. The numerous testimonials we receive on Google and Facebook reviews speak for themselves. 

Our principle of excellence has brought us a long way and our progress is based on the high standards of driver education we bring into each lesson.

 With these principles ingrained in the way we do business, we are glad to be in Wheelers Hill and provide lessons of true value.  Call us now for quality driving lessons on 03 8738 5185 to book a package or lesson.


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