• Getting a licence

    Car licences With statistics showing that young drivers, aged 17-25 years, are more likely to be involved in crashes resulting in death or injury than other drivers, the NSW licensing system has been designed to produce safe and efficient drivers and riders. A graduated licensing scheme for car drivers was introduced to give novice drivers the chance to safely build experience on the road and improve driving skills as they move from a learner to a full licence. The minimum time to move from a learner licence, at the minimum age of 16, to a full licence is four years.

  • Driver Knowledge Test (DKT)

    The practice DKT has been designed to help people

  • BOOK A TEST

    This service allows you to book for your Driver Knowledge Test (DKT), Driving Test, Hazard Perception Test (HPT), Driver Qualification Test (DQT) or Rider Training and Testing.

  • Choosing a supervising driver

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admin Under 18s driver licence Learner and provisional (P1 and P2) driver licences issued to under 18s have the following additional security features: •The date of birth of the licence holder will be repeated in the card background. •A red box will surround the facial image. •A reference to the date of the holder’s 18th birthday will appear in the banner of the card. The features will be introduced progressively in registries across NSW. They enhance the security features on the licence and will facilitate the visual identification of the age of under 18s. The licence will remain valid after the holder has turned 18 and will be valid until the expiry date shown on the card. Licences already issued to under 18s without these new security features will remain valid until the card’s expiry date. Licences issued to over 18s will not be changing. 15/12 20:21:55
jaosn thank you i'm so enjoyed the lesson 15/12 20:19:58
NSW Driving Test provides door to door intensive driving courses which have proven to be the quickest and most successful way to learn to drive. Many people feel that homely driving lessons go and on forever.

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NSW Driving Test provides door to door intensive driving courses which have proven to be the quickest and most successful way to learn to drive. Many people feel that homely driving lessons go and on forever. One of the advatages of our instensive driving courses is that you learn to drive over a short period of time, and attain a driving test as soon as possible.
  • Car licences

    With statistics showing that young drivers, aged 17-25 years, are more likely to be involved in crashes resulting in death or injury than other drivers, the NSW licensing system has been designed to produce safe and efficient drivers and riders.

  • DKT Australia

    The practice DKT has been designed to help people

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    To ensure learners to have a solid

  • Choosing a supervising driver

    Your supervising driver may be anyone