I started my career as a driving instructor in 2013, it was always a childhood dream of mine to teach people how to drive. I am a fully qualified Transport Malta approved A.D.I (Approved Driving Instructor). Some quick facts about me:
Over the years I've gained a great deal of experience as a driving instructor and pride myself on my calm and patient approach.
It is essential that a driver feels as comfortable as possible - I particularly specialise in helping nervous and anxious drivers gain confidence behind the wheel. If you choose to take lessons with me, you can expect:
Before you can begin lessons, you'll need to apply for your learner's permit. Visit the Getting Started page for everything you need to know regarding this.
No - according to Transport Malta regulations you are legally not able to drive without a learner's permit, even if a driving instructor is present. The insurance on the Elite Driving Academy learning vehicle also does not cover any student without it.
For Maltese citizens, the permit takes approximately 10-14 working days. Non-Maltese citizens should expect to wait up to 30 working days. For this reason it's best to apply for your learner's permit as soon as possible.
The only part of the application that is refundable is the Transport Malta fee of €23.25.
Within reason, yes. Get in touch via Facebook, Whatsapp, or email to discuss your options.
Yes, but please bear in mind that Saturday lessons are only accepted as a double (2 hours) due to traffic. I aim to give you a thoroughly worthwhile lesson every single time, and that can't be done if we are spending the majority of the lesson in a traffic jam.
How long is a piece of string? Seriously though, it all depends on the driver.
We will start slowly - you aren't ever thrown in at the deep end, but the lessons will still be challenging. In your first few lessons I will gradually introduce you to the different aspects of driving one by one.
Revolut and cash are both acceptable payment methods.