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BP has a proud history of supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Over the past decade their ongoing commitment has led to a number of initiatives including offering subsidised fuel for MotM Driving School Ltd.

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WELCOME to Murri’s on the Move Driving School Ltd (MotM)

We are dedicated to providing the transfer of safe driving skills and driver education to Indigenous youth and other disadvantaged sectors of the community.

Murri’s on the Move Driving School provides a strategy to eliminate key barriers to obtaining a driver license. We offer a real opportunity to ensure that these barriers no longer limit our people and to engage to become Deadly Drivers by providing “A Culture for Safe Driving”.

We Are Here To Help You Succeed

  • Self Confidence Pathway

  • Best practice driver education

  • Create Personal and Economic Opportunity

  • Culturally appropriate engagement and training

  • Students develop safe, courteous, and lawful road user skills and behaviour

  • Skill transfer and training for young Indigenous people to gain a driver license to empower them to drive their culture forward.

Successful Customers

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I did this L's program in May great environment great people ive since put my exception papers in for my Ps did the driving test with the transport department passed now I have my own car for employment issues I would recommend this L's program to anyone so just a Big Thanks for the hell and support 😀😀😀 ... See MoreSee Less

27 July, th, 7:39 am


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Help lol

Thanks Stephanie Ann glad you found we have a HELL of a Deadly Support team for our Learner.😜🚗

Murri's on the Move Driving School added 63 new photos to the album: NAIDOC 2017 — with Denika Sticklen and Sharon Sticklen.
Murri's on the Move Driving School

Fantastic day to get community together and celebrate this years' "Our Languages Matter" ... See MoreSee Less

11 July, th, 10:58 am


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Lovely photos .

Great photos 😍

Melissa Fernando

Back off and leave at least 2 second distance from the vehicle infront. Wet weather days allow for more distance.

9 News Queensland
Drivers who tailgate others on the road are at risk of causing serious accidents, and landing a hefty fine.

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7 July, th, 9:46 am

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