Hi and welcome to Lara Driving School website.

As of Monday 23rd March 2020, I have ceases trading due to COVID-19 as it is impossible to provide the safe social distancing measures of 1.5 lineal metres between myself and a student and 4 square metres of area per person for an enclosed space .

Please be assured my business and I will survive an extended shutdown and I will recommence trading as soon as we are advised that it is safe to do so.  I have contacted all students who this immediately effects and where appropriate, processed refunds for unused prepaid lessons.

I am still available to speak to and I am offering support and advice to any learner or supervising driver who would like to speak to a driving instructor during this time, so please feel free to call me on 0412 547 936.

Take care, stay safe and stay indoors.

Owned and operated by Roger Warn, Lara Driving School provides driving lessons in the Central and Northern regions of Geelong.

  • Driving Instructor Authority DIA004337
  • Certificate IV – Motor Vehicle Driving Instruction
  • Certificate IV – Training And Assessment
  • Police and Working with Children Check
  • keys2drive accredited instructor
  • Approved VicRoads Road Smart driving instructor
  • Registered NDIS Provider #4050048437
  • Lara Driving School is registered to provide services for TAC clients.
  • Certificate in First Aid
  • Certificate in Mental Health First Aid
  • Public Liability & Professionally Indemnity insured

All lessons are conducted in an automatic 2015 model Kia Cerato fitted with dual controls.  5 Star safety rated the car also has a reversing camera.

Lessons are available Tuesday to Saturday from early morning to late evening. Lessons can also be conducted on some public holidays by prior arrangement.

For any further enquiries please contact Roger

Mobile: 0412 547 936

Email: info@laradrivingschool.com.au


Probationary drivers have a greater risk of crashing than more experienced drivers.  However, after one year of driving this risk is almost halved and continues to decrease the longer they drive.

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The habits formed while learning to drive stay with us for many years, perhaps a lifetime.  Supervising someone while learning to drive offers the best opportunity to form the good driving habits to help keep us safe on the roads.

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