The number of driving lessons required to pass in South Africa can vary depending on various factors, including your previous driving experience, your ability to learn and apply driving skills, and the specific requirements of the driving school or instructor you choose.
While there is no set minimum number of driving lessons mandated by law, it is generally recommended to take a sufficient number of lessons to ensure that you are adequately prepared and confident in your driving abilities.
Most driving schools offer packages or programs that include a certain number of driving lessons, typically ranging from around 10 to 20 lessons or 40 to 45 hours before taking the practical driving test. However, it’s important to note that the number of lessons required can vary from individual to individual. Some people may require more lessons to gain the necessary skills and confidence, while others may need fewer lessons if they have prior driving experience or are quick learners.
Ultimately, the goal is to become a safe and competent driver, so it is important to focus on developing the necessary skills and understanding of the rules of the road rather than simply aiming for a specific number of lessons. Your driving instructor will be able to assess your progress and advise you on when you are ready to take the practical driving test.