Getting your novice learner licence
To get your novice car learner licence, you must:
Once you’ve successfully complete the test, you’ll need to:
Then you’ll receive your temporary learner licence (your photo licence card will come in the mail).
Your novice car Learner licence will last for five years.
As a learner licence holder, you must:
To help get the compulsory logbook hours in the learner stage credit hours has been approved by The Registrar of Motor Vehicles has approved the use of record credit hours.
For information please see the credit hours page.
If you hold an L1 licence as at 1 December 2020
The learner requirements and restrictions listed above will also apply to you if you hold an L1 licence. Any hours you have logged on your L1 licence are counted towards your total logbook requirement.
If you hold an L2 licence as at 1 December 2020
You will need to:
The restrictions on:
will also apply to you.
L2 licence holders can get a one hour lesson with a certified driving instructor and gain two hours towards their learner logbook (capped at 10 lessons) for lessons recorded after 1 December 2020.
L2 licence holders cannot receive credit hours for RYDA participation. For more information please see the credit hours page.