Learner Permit Test
- You must be at least 16 years old before you can sit the car learner permit test
- The learner permit test comprises of 32 questions and a pass mark of at least 78% is required
- Questions are based on the Road To Solo Driving handbook
The following conditions will apply before you can sit your practical drive test:
- If you are under the age of 21, you w ill be required to undertake a minimum of 120 hours (Including at least 10 hours of night driving) of supervised driving before you can take your licence test
- You must record these hours in the official learner logbook, which must be signed by you and your supervising driver
- You must hold your learner permit for at least twelve months
- Drivers 21 years of age or over but under 25 years of age, you must hold your learner permit for at least six months
- Drivers 25 years of age or over you must hold your learner permit for at least 3 months
Hazard Perception Test
A VicRoads computer based test comprising of 28 questions, of which you need a minimum 54% score. Your Driving School Melbourne instructor will be pleased to provide you with more information and helpful advice on passing your hazard perception test.
Graduated Licence System
VicRoads has made changes to the driver licensing system to help improve the safety of young drivers. The changes ensure that the road safety gains of recent years continue. There will also be some new support programs for young drivers and their parents to promote safer driving.