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The minimum driving age for drivers varies between states and territories. Learner drivers may drive, under the supervision of a fully licensed driver, from 15 years and 9 months in the ACT, and 16 years in the other states and the Northern Territory.
To get your P2 license (green P plates) in Queensland you must: Be 18 years old and: have had your P1 license for at least 12 months, and. pass the Hazard Perception Test, OR. Be 25 years or older and: have had your learner license for at least 12 months, and.
You can enrol in PrepL if you are at least 15 years and 11 months old. This gives you time to work through and pass PrepL so you can get your learner licence on your 16th birthday.
You will get a P1 licence if you pass your practical driving test when you are under 25 years of age. If you are at least 25 when you pass your practical driving test you will get a P2 licence.
You are not required by law to display P plates on your vehicle after passing your test; however, many new drivers choose to use them. You can leave P plates on your car for as long as you feel necessary, which is particularly useful for nervous drivers as they can leave them on until they feel more confident.
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When you can get your P1 licence. To move from your learner licence to a P1 provisional licence, you must: be 17 or older. have had your learner licence for at least 1 year (within the last 5 years of applying for a P1 licence)
A late night driving restriction will apply for 1 year and means you can't drive between 11pm and 5am. The restriction will still apply even if you upgrade to an open driver licence or add another class to your licence. The date your late night driving restriction starts will depend on why it is being applied.
Yes you do, unless the Department of Transport and Main Roads gives you an exemption. You can only apply to the department for an exemption under certain very limited circumstances. You can apply if you: don't have a car reasonably available to drive on the road.
You can start PrepL when you are 15 years and 11 months. You can choose to complete the written road rules test but you will have to wait until you are 16 years old. The minimum learner licence age is 16 years. Learner drivers have to pass a hazard perception test before they can upgrade their learner licence.
I'm 16 next month \u2013 how soon can I get my learner's and my P's? You can now apply for your learner's once you turn 16 \u2013 it used to be 16 and 6 months; and you were not allowed to drive on your learner's without a supervisor with an open licence who had that open licence for at least 12 months.

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