Your Local Driving School
Live, work or go to school in the Five Dock area? Ezy Pzy is your local driving school. We have over 20 years experience in the driver education industry operating in the Five Dock area and surrounding suburbs. We specialise in test services at Five Dock RTA Motor Registry as well as all other RTA's in Sydney's Inner West and surrounding areas.
Highly qualified friendly and professional multilingual male and female instructors available
We have male and female instructors available who are all highly qualified and RTA/RMS certified and accredited. Many of our instructors are fluent in a variety of languages including English, Chinese, Cantonese, Mandarin, French, Arabic and many others. Feel free to request any one of our instructors who can better meet your requirements and needs. Check out our testimonials page to see what our students have to say about us.
Some basic information from the RTA about preparing for your driving test and getting your P's
To move from your L's to your P's you need to pass a practical driving test. During the test, a testing officer will sit in the car with you as you drive. They will provide you with instructions about where to drive and ask you to perform specific driving tasks. At the end of the test, they will tell you whether you’ve passed or not.
A learner can have a go at the driving test after logging at least 120 hours at the wheel and holding their learner licence for at least 12 months. You also have to be at least 17 years old.
All of your practice so far should have been preparing you for the driving test. Your log book contains the tasks and skills you need to complete to be confident in the big test. Of course, plenty of practice is essential. If you don’t feel confident – rack up some more hours at the wheel.
Make sure you get a copy of A Guide to the Driving Test, available online from the RTA website or from any registry. This useful booklet gives you info about what to expect during the test, as well as reminders about safe driving, driving skills and more. (excerpt from RTA web site)
Did you know that each 1 hour driving lesson you do with an EZY PZY Driving School instructor is worth 3 hours in your log book? The RTA allows a maximum of 10 of these lessons to be counted this way - that covers you for 30 log book hours!
SPECIAL OFFER: $30 OFF YOUR FIRST DRIVING LESSON PACKAGE!*
Purchase any one of our Driving Lesson Packages on our Price List page and receive a special introductory discount of $30 off your first package booking!
$30 will automatically be deducted by your instructor at time of first package payment.
*Not in conjunction with other discounts or offers. Offer only applicable to new students purchasing their first driving lesson package of 5 lessons or more. Not applicable to single lessons or Test Hires, General Assessments, Older Driver Assessments, or Gift Voucher purchases.
About Five Dock
Five Dock is a suburb in the inner-west of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Five Dock is located 10 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Canada Bay.
Five Dock lies roughly at the foot, or southern end, of the Drummoyne peninsula. More precisely, Five Dock lies between Parramatta Road and the City West Link Road to the south and Hen and Chicken Bay, on the Parramatta River, along with the suburbs of Wareemba and Russell Lea, to the north. Its total area is 2.45 km².
Rodd Point lies to the east. Haberfield adjoins Five Dock to the south-east. Iron Cove forms a small section of the suburb's eastern boundary. Ashfield and Croydon lie on the other side of Parramatta Road, to the south. The suburbs of Canada Bay and Concord adjoin Five Dock's western boundary. Burwood lies just beyond Croydon, to the south-west.
From the heart of the shopping centre, it is approximately 7.5 kilometres to Sydney's central business district, measured in a straight line from the original Sydney General Post Office in Martin Place. By road, this same distance is about 9-10 kilometres, depending on the route taken.
Originally, the local post office was called the "Wareemba Locality store", but after the geographical location was changed it was the named to the "Wareemba Post Office". (excerpt and photo from Wikipedia)
Old bank building on Great North Road, Five Dock
Map of Five Dock