Skid Pan Courses Canberra

Skid Pan Courses Canberra from Bates Advanced Driving

By: Bates Advanced Driving  07-Dec-2010
Keywords: Driver Training, Driver Education

Who can attend a Skidpan Car Control Course?
Licenced drivers with registered vehicles (including P-Plate drivers) are invited to making a booking.

Where are Skidpan Car Control Courses held?
The courses are held at the Driver Training Centre on Sutton Road near Queanbeyan. Sutton Road is about six kilometers from Canberra airport, or a few kilometers from the heart of Queanbeyan. The venue is a purpose built training facility, which includes maneuvering, skidpan and circuit areas. Only the skidpan is utilised for this course.

What is a Skidpan?
It is a slippery surface that is kept wet by an inbuilt sprinkler system. Skidpans are designed so drivers can develop cornering skills and learn skid control.

How long is the course?
The course is conducted over half a day from 8:30am - 12:30pm, or 12.30pm - 4pm.
How many people attend?
Usually 10 people will attend each course.

When Are Skidpan Courses Held?
The Skidpan courses are held regularly, please see proposed dates for 2010 below.
  Visit our website for latest dates!

What is the cost and how can I pay?
The cost of the Skidpan Car Control Course is $154 - including GST. This includes morning tea. All participants will receive a certificate on the completion of the course. Our preferred methods of payment are Cash/PayPal/Cheque/Money Order or we can organise for you to direct deposit into our account.

Keywords: Driver Education, Driver Training

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