Driver Knowledge Test | Learners Licence New South Wales

10. ♦ introduction- Applying for a licence

 
 

Learner licence

To apply for a Learners licence you must:

•Provide evidence of identity and proof of residency.

• Pay for the road rules test fee and pass the test (if required).

 

 

Applying for a licence

To apply for a licence you must:

• Visit a Department of Transport and Main Roads customer service centre or any State Government licence issuing office. In some rural or remote areas, Police stations may issue the licence.

• Complete a Driver Licence Application/Renewal.

•Provide evidence of identity and proof of residency.

•Declare that you are medically fit to drive the class of vehicle for the licence that you are applying for. If you have a medical condition that may adversely affect your ability to drive safely, you must provide a medical certificate.

• Pay the licence fee

•You may also be required to have your photo and signature taken digitally.

 

Provisional licence

•To apply for a provisional licence you will also need to complete 100 hours
of supervised on-road driving experience recorded in a logbook and submit
the logbook for assessment prior to your driving test.

•To move from a P1 to a P2 or open licence you will need to pay the hazard
perception test fee and pass the test.