Phone Ian: 0420 346 077


Step 2:  Book an appointment

If you currently hold a car leaner permit the requirements are as follows:   An Eyesight test, Hazard perception test and Drive test.

Use VicRoads online booking system

Call VicRoads on 13 11 71

Or visit a VicRoads Customer Service Centre

If you want to change your appointment you will need to pay an additional appointment fee. The learner permit knowledge test fee can be transferred to a new time (or refunded if the test is cancelled) if at least 24 hours notice is given.  Failure to provide at least 24 hours notice will result in you forfeiting your appointment and test fees. No refund will be provided.   

Step 1:  Check your eligibility

To apply for your probationary driver licence you must be 18 years of age or older and;

  •  have a Victorian residential address
  •  meet evidence of identity requirements
  •  not be currently suspended, cancelled, disqualified or refused from obtaining a probationary driver licence
  •  have passed all the appropriate tests
  •  pay the appropriate fees
  • if under the age of 21, have completed and recorded in your learner log book a minimum of 120 hours of supervised driving, including at least 10 hours at night (unless an exemption has been granted)
  • hold a current car learner permit for a continuous minimum period immediately before applying for a driver licence (unless an exemption from this requirement has been granted.

You must be at least 18 years of age and a Victorian resident to be eligible to apply for a probationary driver licence. If you are 18 years old and have completed required 120 hours of supervised driving, you can apply for a probationary driver licence.

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Step 3:  Hazard Perception Test

In order to be issued with a probationary driver licence, you must successfully pass a computer based  hazard perception test.

You must be at least 17 years and 11 months of age to attempt the hazard perception test. The test results are valid for 12 months.  The hazard perception test must be passed before you can attempt the drive test.

If you have booked your hazard perception test and your drive test for the same day and you do not pass:

  • you are not permitted to attempt the drive test on that day
  • you will need to make a new appointment to sit the hazard perception test
  • you will need to pay an appointment transfer fee as the drive test appointment must be rescheduled.

Step 4:  Drive Test

To undertake your drive test, you will need to bring along to your appointment:

  1. your learner permit card (or where this has been lost or misplaced, your original evidence of identity documents)
  2. learner log book (if applicable)
  3. a vehicle (or your instructor’s vehicle) to use for the drive test.

The type of probationary driver licence issued will depend on your age:

Under 21, A 4 year probationary licence with 12 months at P1 level and 3 years at P2 level *

Over 21, A 3 year probationary licence at P2 level *

* If you hold or have held an overseas driver licence, the period of time you need to hold a probationary driver licence may differ. Please phone VicRoads on 13 11 71.

For all you need to know about the Drive Test please follow the VicRoads link by clicking here.

(Source: VicRoads Website)