Teaching one child to drive can be a stressful experience, for all involved - so imagine teaching three at once.
One family with triplets was facing the prospect of hundreds of hours of driving practice, but a volunteer instructor program is easing the pressure on parents.
As triplets, the Strebinos boys have formed a special bond over the years - just not when it comes to driving, with each one claiming to be the best driver of the three.
James, Matthew and Nathan passed their learners test on the same day but it had become a nightmare for their parents.
"Having three children the same age, it's already hard enough as it is, but when it comes to driving and getting all those hours in, it's a big challenge," Nathan Strebinos said.
They each required 120 hours of driving practice to get their P plates - a total of 360 hours that their parents didn't have spare.
A program run by Nillumbik Shire Council has been established to ease the pressure on parents, with volunteers stepping in to help with driving lessons.
"These mentors don't only just become teachers to help people get a licence, they become lifelong friends," Peter Clarke said.
The L2P program has 43 volunteers who help more than 200 young drivers a year.
"For kids to get to football or cricket or visit a mate, they need to be able to drive and their parents can't drive them everywhere all the time," volunteer Geoff Rice said.
The Strebinos boys aren't the only triplets who have been through this program - they are, perhaps surprisingly, the fifth set of triplets.
They say that without L2P it would have taken an extra six months to get their plates.
"I think we'd still have our L plates on right now," Nathan Strebinos said.