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GETING YOUR LEARNER DRIVING LICENCE

The NSW licensing system has been designed to produce safe and efficient drivers and riders so it can give novice drivers the chance to safely build experience on the road and improve driving skills as they move from a learner to a full licence.

How to get your Learner Licence?

In order to get your learner licence you need to be 16 years of age or older. You will need to attend a NSW registry prove your identity and pass a Driver Knowledge Test (DKT). Before taking the test you need to study the Road Users Handbook and Practice the (DKT). You can book your DKT online at myTests, by phoning 13 22 13 or at any registry. the fees for this test is $41.

What you need to do after getting your Learner Licence?

The Learner Licence is valid for 5 years, your will be given a Learner driver log book so that you and your supervising driver(s) can record your driving experience. You will have to record at least 120 hours of supervised driving (which includes a minimum of 20 hours of night driving) before you can do the Driving Test. Night driving hours are between sunset and sunrise. **( if you are over 25 years, you are not requested to use the log book to do 120 hours of supervised driving).

What is the structured driving lessons?

Learner drivers who complete a one hour structured driving lesson with a fully licensed driving instructor can record three hours driving experience in their Learner Driver Log Book. A maximum of 10 hours of lessons will be accepted and recorded as 30 hours driving experience in the Learner Driver Log Book. Learner Driving Licence Requirements 1. Be supervised at all times by the holder of a full Australian driver licence. 2. Have L plates displayed conspicuously at the front and rear exterior of the  car (or an L sign on the roof) when driving. The letter L on the plate must not be hidden. 3. Observe a maximum speed limit of 90 km/h. 4. Not tow any other vehicle. 5. Not exceed zero blood alcohol concentration (this means you cannot drink before driving). It is also illegal to drive under the influence of drugs. 6. Not supervise another learner driver. 7. Only carry the number of passengers that can be properly seated in seats and restrained by approved seat belts or child restraints. 8. Only drive vehicles that have a seat belt fitted to the driver's position and you must wear the seat belt. 9. Not use any functions of a mobile phone including hands free devices.
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2008 Sydney South Driving School. All Rights Reserved

GETING YOUR LEARNER DRIVING LICENCE

The NSW licensing  system has been  designed to produce  safe and efficient  drivers and riders so it  can give novice drivers  the chance to safely  build experience on the  road and improve  driving skills as they  move from a learner to  a full licence.

How to get your

Learner Licence?

In order to get your  learner licence you  need to be 16 years of  age or older. You will  need to attend a NSW  registry prove your  identity and pass a  Driver Knowledge Test  (DKT). Before taking the test  you need to study the  Road Users Handbook   and Practice the (DKT). You can book your DKT  online at myTests, by  phoning 13 22 13 or at  any registry. the fees  for this test is $41. 

What you need

to do after

getting your

Learner Licence?

The Learner Licence is  valid for 5 years, your  will be given a Learner  driver log book so that you and your supervising  driver(s) can record your driving experience. You will have to record at least 120 hours of supervised  driving (which includes a minimum of 20 hours of night  driving) before you can do the Driving Test. Night  driving hours are between sunset and sunrise. **( if you  are over 25 years, you are not requested to use the log  book to do 120 hours of supervised driving).

What is the structured driving lessons?

Learner drivers who complete a one hour structured  driving lesson with a fully licensed driving instructor  can record three hours driving experience in their  Learner Driver Log Book. A maximum of 10 hours of  lessons will be accepted and recorded as 30 hours  driving experience in the Learner Driver Log Book. 

Learner Driving Licence Requirements

Be supervised at all times by the holder of a full  Australian driver licence. Have L plates displayed conspicuously at the front and  rear exterior of the  car (or an L sign on the roof) when  driving. The letter L on the plate must not be hidden.  Observe a maximum speed limit of 90 km/h.  Not tow any other vehicle.  Not exceed zero blood alcohol concentration (this means  you cannot drink before driving). It is also illegal to  drive under the influence of drugs. Not supervise another learner driver.  Only carry the number of passengers that can be  properly seated in seats and restrained by approved seat  belts or child restraints.  Only drive vehicles that have a seat belt fitted to the  driver's position and you must wear the seat belt.  Not use any functions of a mobile phone including hands free devices. 
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