Vort Maitland

A Class Driving School

A Class Driving School in Adelaide is located in the South Western Suburbs of Adelaide and has Examiners providing the Vort at Maitland.

Our Examiners have got the qualifications to conduct your Vort for you.

The closest hub for you to undertake your Vort is at the Maitland Police Station which is located in Elizabeth Street.


Driving Lessons

Prior to taking the Vort A Class Driving School recommends driving lessons to prepare you for the test.

Please note we don’t provide Driving Lessons and only conduct the test.


Your Vort

Once you have meet your Examiner at the hub the Examiner will identify themselves and show you there identification. The Examiner will then need to site your permit. if you don’t have your permit with you, the Examiner will not be permitted to go ahead with your test.

The vehicle that will be used must be roadworthy and the Examiner will check the vehicle prior to starting your test.

If the vehicle is NOT be roadworthy then the vehicle is not to be used for the test.


Roadworthy Vehicle

If you are going to use your own vehicle prior to meeting your Examiner at the hub it is advisable to ensure the vehicle is roadworthy. The Examiner after checking that the vehicle is roadworthy will then explain to you your test.


5 Maneuvers

3 Point Turn

Moving Off

U turn

Angle Park

Reverse Parallel Park


General Drive

The general drive component of your Vort will test your driving skills e.g. changing lanes, turning on and from busy roads, turning at traffic lights, negotiating roundabouts, stop and give-way signs, your interaction with other road users and the system of car control.

To pass a Vort you must demonstrate 5 slow speed manoeuvres and in combination with the general drive score a pass mark of 90% or more and not breach and road law during the drive.

 Choosing a VORT offers you the following options:
  • Before 7:30am or after 6:30pm from 1 September to 31 March.
  • Before 730am or after 4:15pm from 1 April to 31 March.
  • Not Before 10:00am on Public Holidays or Sundays.
  • Christmas Day and Good Friday NO testing permitted.


If you hold a temporary permit and you fail you will be put on a learners permit.