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K53 Learners Licence Classes

This course is to prepare the learner driver for their theoretical Learners Licence Test.

K53 Learners Licence Classes – Code A, A1, B, C1, C or EC (old Code 01 - 04, 08, 10, 11 and 14)

4 Day course (Monday – Thursday , 09h00 – 15h00)

Saturday Classes - 6 classes (Saturdays, 09h00 – 12h00)

Every person who wishes to obtain a drivers licences needs to first pass a K53 learners licence test at the traffic department in order for them to practice driving on a public road. This process ensures that all the delegates who practice on our roads have had their eyes checked and also understand all the rules of the road and traffic signs. The Learners licences test also teaches the delegates correct lanes use and how to use the controls of the vehicle.
The K53 Learners Licence test is broken into 3 sections: Rules of the Road, Road Signs and Controls of the Vehicle be it motorcycle (A), light motor vehicle (B) or heavy motor vehicle (C1 - EC)
The course covers all 3 sections and breaks them up to be easily understood and recalled. We at He and She have developed our own learners licence test to prepare the delegate for their test at the traffic department.

Requirements

You need to be over the age of 17 years to qualify to write your test at the traffic department.
A green Bar-coded ID is needed in able to book your K53 learners licence test appointment at the traffic department.
Also have your eyes tested before making a test appointment at the traffic department and should you wear spectacles, be sure to bring them along.

Bookings

To make a booking please contact us on:
Tel: 021 931 8214
Contact Us Online Bookings

Course Content

Road signs
Rules of the road
Controls of a vehicle
The K53 course will be presented orally by one of our facilitators.
He will assist and explain all the aspects of the K53 learners licence course during the first 2 days.
Day 3 and 4 will be there for you the practice for the test you will write at the traffic department.
One can write the test book as many times as required to obtain full marks.