NSW Driver Licence

The Process For Obtaining a NSW Driver Licence

Obtaining a driver license in NSW is not always a straight-forward process. This infographic will break down every step so that you can feel more confident as you work towards a full license.

To apply for your learner licence, you need to:
  • Be at least 16 years old.
  • Pass the Driver Knowledge Test.
  • Prove your identity.
  • Pass an eyesight test.
  • Pay the license and test fees, unless eligible for a concession.
To apply for your P1 license you need to:
  • Be at least 17 years old.
  • Have held a learner license for a minimum of 12 months (unless you are 25 years or older).
  • Have 120 hours of driving time in your Learner Driver Log Book, including 20 hours of night driving (unless you are 25 years or older).
  • Prove your identity.
  • Pass an eyesight test.
  • Pay the license and test fees, unless eligible for a concession.
  • Pass the Hazard Perception Test.
  • Pass the driving test.
To apply for your P2 license you need to:
  • Have held your P1 license for a minimum of 12 months.
  • Prove your identity.
  • Pay the license and test fees, unless eligible for a concession.
To apply for your full license you need to:
  • Have held your P2 license for a minimum of 24 months.
  • Prove your identity.
  • Pass an eyesight test.
  • Pay the license and test fees, unless eligible for a concession.

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