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Drivers under 25 years of age also must not drive a high-powered vehicle (unless you have an exemption certificate).
The new fines - $120 for a minor defect and $250 for a major defect - will apply from July 1. Minor defects include bald tyres, faulty brake lights and broken windscreen wipers, while major defects include faulty brakes, illegal modifications and faulty suspension.
If you're wondering can a learner driver drive a V8, the answer is yes - you can drive whatever car your instructor teaches you in, granted it's not a larger vehicle.
However, if the vehicle is to be registered under a different name, or has expired by more than 3 months then you will need to take the vehicle for an identity inspection before it can be registered in South Australia. Find more information here.
In general, an Approval Certificate is required for a modification to any part of a vehicle that is covered by an Australian Design Rule (ADR) or that has the potential to adversely affect the structural integrity, safety systems or handling characteristics or exhaust emissions compliance of the vehicle.

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How long can a car registration lapse before the car has to be re registered? From the time the registration lapses you have twelve months to re-register the car. Failure to meet that time frame would see the car fall off the official Motor Vehicle Register.
High powered vehicles exemptions If you have a P1 or P2 provisional licence, and you're under 25, you can drive a high powered vehicle only if you've applied for and been given an exemption. Exemptions are given only when you can show a genuine need to drive a high powered vehicle.
Registration is valid until midnight of the expiry date - eg if a registration is due to expire on the 26 June, the vehicle can be driven up until midnight on the 26 June. Expired registrations can still be renewed online. You will be given two options: renew the registration for 3 or 12 months from the old expiry date.
If you're wondering can a learner driver drive a V8, the answer is yes - you can drive whatever car your instructor teaches you in, granted it's not a larger vehicle.
High powered vehicles exemptions If you have a P1 or P2 provisional licence, and you're under 25, you can drive a high powered vehicle only if you've applied for and been given an exemption. Exemptions are given only when you can show a genuine need to drive a high powered vehicle.

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