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About us

Driving towards a bright future

Bright Future Driving School

Mission

BRIGHT FUTURE DRIVING SCHOOL was established with the intention to develop, teach, train and brew safe and conscious road drivers, who are taught or instructed in a uniform manner against set guidelines. This over time will start instilling a totally different perspective into the mindsets of road drivers. We are intent to make all citizens realize the dangers of driving a motor vehicle through awareness campaigns alongside Government and talks at schools, universities and other institutions in South Africa….

Values

BRIGHT FUTURE DRIVING SCHOOL was established with the the three pillars that you will have seen:  Knowledge, Legitimacy and Safety.  These pillars guide us on how we provide this service and how we want to be perceived by the general public.  Bright Future Driving School stands for more that just providing a service, but also to raise an awareness for Safe, Legitimate and knowledgeable drivers on our roads. 

background

On 01 July 2008, still at the age of 18 years, Duwaine Jayson Bramwell started his professional career as a fully-fledged and registered Provincial Traffic Officer, based at Struandale Traffic Station in Port Elizabeth, being an employee of the Department of Transport.

It is during this time that he performed the practical duties of a traffic officer; i.e: attending gruesome accident scenes, controlling the traffic flow, enforcement of road traffic law (NRTA, Act 93 of 1996). And it is through these experiences that he has developed a passion towards road safety. He has attended and also first-hand seen horrible motor vehicle accidents occur in front of him.

Furthermore, South Africa is one of the countries with the highest road accident fatality rate in the world and perhaps also some of the worst road drivers. Taking a deeper look at this with using his experience, he has realized that there is a lack in South Africa, a total lack of knowledge with regards to road safety.

The government has a responsibility towards road safety and therefore, there is a law regulating the driving of a motor vehicle on a public road and this law requires all drivers to possess a driving licence….

NOW… it is here that the challenge arises. Due to the high levels of fraud and corruption within the government, they are not succeeding in decreasing the road fatality rates as it is not only a government responsibility but also a social responsibility….

The problem thus is the high level of fatalities due to road accidents. Question we first ask is why?

That is because citizens are fraudulently obtaining driving licenses through certain corrupt Driving Licence Testing Centres, Driving Schools as well as crime syndicates

— RISK IS THAT NOW YOU ARE LEGALLY PUTTING SOMEBODY ON THE ROAD WITHOUT KNWOING THE DRIVING ABILITY OR COMPETENCE OF SUCH PERSON.

Similarly, there is no uniform method of training a person to drive a motor vehicle. This is the greatest challenge; it is a challenge which in a sense contradicts the law. To train any person on how to drive a motor vehicle the law requires the INSTRUCTOR to possess an INSTRUCTORS CERTIFICATE. This instructor’s certificate is issued to a licensed driver who is tested in the same manner and on the same principle as a learner driver. There are no set guidelines or a set criteria in which Driving Instructors are trained by. This then is the greatest danger —

WHEN EVERYBODY GETS TAUGHT DIFFERENTLY HOW TO DRIVE A MOTOR VEHICLE AND A DANGEROUS OR HAZARDOUS SITUATION ARISES ON THE ROAD, EVERY DRIVER NOW THINKS AND ACTS DIFFERENTLY AND THEN DUE TO CONFUSION ON THE ROAD – THE ACCIDENT OCCURS.

 

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Choose the perfect plan

Our plans are highly customizable, but we have structured some options below.

R4500

Beginners K53 Course

  • 3x months instalment of R1500.00/ month
  • 30 hours driving lessons split over 3 months intense training.
  • 2x Testing attempts granted with FREE car hire.

R5500

drive till you pass

  • R3000.00 Deposit payable for Unlimited Hours/ Lessons
  • R2500.00 Balance paid as instalment over 5 months.
  • 15 hours per month of Intensive training
  • Unlimited attempts to go test with FREE car hire
  • FREE GIFT: as membership to driving school
  • T’s & C’s apply

R150

per lesson

  • 1 hour lesson
  • Your Choice of manoeuvre
  • Pick up and drop off
  • T’s & C’s apply

Frequently asked questions

In order to become prepared for writing your learners licence test; You must study the road traffic law. It is a law promulgated in 1996 and it prescribes the RULES OF THE ROAD, THE ROAD TRAFFIC SIGNS, MARKINGS AND SIGNALS & THE CONTROLS OF A MOTOR VEHICLE. It is referred to as The National Road Traffic Act, ACT 93 of 1996. Many have tried to consolidate the law into various “K53 Learning Material” by books, cd’s and manuals. Best is find a driving school that is able to tutor or teach you the law.

The NRTA, ACT 93 OF 1996 makes provision that the learners licence test can be done in writing or verbally. The test is there to test your knowledge and understanding of the rules that regulate your practical driving on the road.

16 Years of age for a motor-cycle (code1) – 17 Years of age for a light motor vehicle (code2) – 18 Years of age for a heavy motor vehicle (code3).

There is legally no benchmark requirement on the number of hours one must train to go for the test. It must be kept in mind though that every individual person has different abilities in life. Some may learn and grasp fast and other may take longer to learn. A qualified and skilled driving instructor will be the best person to make clear and precise evaluation of your readiness to go and test.