Restricted and probationary licences
Find out about the different types of licences and conditions you can get if you lose your licence, disobey the law or develop medical illnesses that can affect your driving.
If you’ve been disqualified from driving, you can be issued with a licence that has licence conditions on it based on your driving history. This is done by our Case Management programs
A restricted driving licence enables you to continue to drive with certain licence conditions when you would be otherwise not be entitled to drive. Unlike probationary licences, restricted licences are approved by the court
Restricted licences can be granted to you if you are:
If you are a learner driver or eligible for a period of good behaviour, you can’t be issued a restricted licence.
You or your legal representative can apply for a restricted licence using the application form available on the Magistrates Court website. You then need to:
If you are approved, you must go to Service Tasmania and supply:
Licence conditions can be imposed on your licence that can affect how, when and where you can drive. When receiving your licence, you will be informed of any conditions that will be imposed on you licence. Conditions can include: