Authorised Driving Instructors
Enhanced P1 Delivery Model Pilot
Getting a drivers licence plays a vital role in helping Tasmanians make the most of employment and educational opportunities and to lock in a positive future for themselves.
From 30 September 2019, nine suitably qualified driving instructors from the private sector will be authorised to deliver P1 driver assessments. This will increase the number of spots available each week.
We are determined to reduce the wait times novice drivers sometimes experience waiting for their licence assessment, especially in regional areas.
We remain committed to streamlining the process of getting a licence while ensuring new drivers are equipped with the safety skills they need on our roads.
You can now organise, book and pay for the P1 assessment by contacting the Authorised Driving Assessor directly. You do not need to attend a Service Tasmania shop to pay for the P1 assessment unless you want to do your assessment with a Government assessor See - Booking an assessment.
For further information, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions.
L2 Authorised Driving Assessors
Authorised Driving Instructors can undertake L2 assessments throughout the state.
Authorised Driving Instructors operate in different locations.
- The areas where they conduct driving assessments are detailed in the List of Authorised Driving Instructors.
- If you live in a remote area you may need to travel to the nearest provider.
- You organise, book and pay for the assessment by contacting the Authorised Driving Instructor directly.
- You do not need to attend a Service Tasmania shop to pay for the L2 assessment unless you want to do your assessment with a Government assessor. See - Booking an assessment.
As instructors become authorised their details will be included in the list. Regularly check this page for updates for details of assessors in your area.