To obtain the Victorian Learners Permit, you must be 16 years of age. You must pass the
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
You must first obtain a learner's permit. This is done by sitting for an examination based on the VicRoads handbook called "Road To Solo Driving" and are available from any VicRoads office and any Post Office.
HOW WILL I BE TESTED?
You will do an eyesight test and a computerised, multiple choice test based on the "Road To Solo Driving" handbook to test your knowledge of road law and road safety.
You will then be given a 10 year Learners Permit, that enables you to have lessons with a full licence holder sitting beside you. It is recommended that you have at least 120 hours of practice. The test will cost you $28, and must be done at a VicRoads office. Whilst learning to drive, you must carry your learners permit with you, and you must have a B.A.C of .00
When you are ready for your Probationary Licence Drive Test, you must first
You must be 17 years and 11 months, and the test must be done at a VicRoads office. To be eligible to sit your victorian probationary licence test, you must be 18 years old, you must produce a log book (under 21yr) with mimum 120hrs driving experience, with 10hrs minimum done at night, and you must have held your Learners Permit for a minimum of 12 months (under 21), six months 21-25yr, and three months over 25yr. The test consists of an eyesight test and practical drive test with a vic roads examiner in the vehicle. The duration is approximately 45 minutes.
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