Driver training consultation survey

We invite you to take the survey: It will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

How will your survey responses be used?

The first step is to better understand the current situation.

We’d like to hear from you about your interaction with South Australia’s driver training and assessment industry, any feedback about the experience, and your opinion on any improvements which could be made.  Please note, this survey does not cover motorbike licence training and assessment.

You can remain anonymous, or choose to share your thoughts and name in the online forum which is open to public view.

Your feedback and comments are greatly valued and will contribute to future decisions on how driver training and assessment is provided in South Australia. The survey will be open for a period of six weeks and will close on Friday 28 September 2018 at 5:00 pm.

Click here to access the online survey

Once you take the survey you are eligible to enter into a prize draw to win a  St John's Off-Road First Aid Kit valued at $98.95.

To be eligible for the prize you must provide your email address so that you can be notified if you are a winner. 

Full terms and conditions for this prize draw are available here.


Acronyms and definitions:

MDI: Motor Driving Instructor - A Motor Driving Instructor (MDI) is a person licensed to teach a person to drive and may charge a fee for their service. A MDI is not permitted to “sign off” any stage of the Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBT&A) method or conduct a Vehicle On Road Test (VORT).

AE: Authorised Examiner - An Authorised Examiner (AE) is a person who is appointed by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles to undertake CBT&A or VORT for the purposes of issuing a driver’s licence. An AE may only conduct CBT&A or a VORT for the class of licence in which they are appointed by the Registrar. A SA Police Officer can also be an AE.  A MDI may also be an AE.

VORT: Vehicle On Road Test

CBTA: Competency Based Training and Assessment (logbook)