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  1. Getting your licence With the NSW RTA, graduated licencing scheme Year 10 English Driving Issues

  2. Graduated Licence Scheme • The State Government introduced the Graduated Licensing Scheme in 2000. • The scheme helps new drivers gain the necessary skills and driving experience before they obtain a full licence. • Under the scheme, new drivers progress from a learner licence to a full licence over an extended period of time.

  3. The Graduated Licensing Scheme requires new drivers to pass through three licensing stages before obtaining a full driver licence. • Learner licence • Provisional P1 licence • Provisional P2 licence

  4. To get your learner licence you must: • Be at least 16 years of age. • Pass a Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) at a motor registry. • Prove your identity. • Pass an eyesight test.

  5. To get your provisional P1 licence you must: • Be at least 17 years of age. • Have held your learner licence for at least twelve months (if you are under 25 years of age). • Have completed at least 120 hours driving practice (including 20 hours of night driving). • Pass a driving test.

  6. To get your provisional P2 licence you must: • Have held a P1 licence for at least 12 months. • Pass the Hazard Perception Test (HPT).

  7. Graduated Licensing Scheme • How many tests do you have to pass to get your licence? • What is the minimum amount of time between tests? • How many questions on the Knowledge Test? • How many questions must you get right? • What must you not do on your ‘L’s’? • What must you do on your ‘L’s”? •  Why could your licence be cancelled?

  8. How the Driver Qualification Test works The DQT is a two-part, touch-screen computer-based test which assesses: • Your knowledge of safe driving practices. • Your ability to recognise and respond to potentially dangerous situations and react appropriately. www.rta.nsw.gov.au/dqt.htm for the interactive introduction to the DQT.

  9. Taking the DQT You need to make a booking to take the DQT by calling the RTA on • 13 22 13 • or going to a registry or testing agency in your area. • www.rta.nsw.gov.au. When you go to an RTA registry or testing agency to take the DQT your details will be checked

  10. DKT (Knowledge Test) – Instructions. – Three practice questions with feedback. – 15 test questions. Go to online test; • Learner licences are valid for five years. • When you are issued with your learner licence, you will receive a Learner driver log book so that you and your supervising driver(s) can record your driving experience.

  11. Learner Drivers Must • Be supervised at all times by the holder of a full Australian driver licence. • Have L plates displayed conspicuously at the front and rear exterior of the car (or an L sign on the roof) when driving. The letter L on the plate must not be hidden. • Observe a maximum speed limit of 80 km/h. • Not tow any other vehicle. • Not exceed zero blood alcohol concentration • It is also illegal to drive under the influence of drugs. • Not supervise another learner driver. • Only carry the number of passengers that can be properly seated in seats and restrained by approved seat belts or child restraints. • Only drive vehicles that have a seat belt fitted to the driver's position and you must wear the seat belt. • Not use any functions of a mobile phone including hands free devices.

  12. You are eligible to attempt the Driving Test if; • 17 years of age or older, • you have logged at least 120 hours driving time • have held your learner licence for at least 12 months • A P1 driver licence is issued for 18 months. • You must hold a P1 licence for a minimum total period of 12 months before being eligible to progress to a P2 licence.

  13. P1 Drivers Must; • Have P plates displayed conspicuously at the front and rear exterior of the car when driving. The letter P on the plate must not be hidden. • If towing a trailer, a P plate must be on the back of the trailer. • Not exceed zero blood alcohol concentration (this means you cannot drink before driving). • It is also illegal to drive under the influence of drugs. • maximum speed limit of 90 km/h. • Automatic transmission vehicles – You are restricted to driving an automatic or clutchless manual transmission vehicle if tested in one. • Not supervise a learner driver. • one passenger under the age of 21 between 11pm and 5am. • Only carry the number of passengers that can be properly seated in seats and restrained by approved seat belts or child restraints. • Only drive vehicles that have a seat belt fitted to the driver's position and you must wear the seat belt. • Not use any functions of a mobile phone including hands-free devices. • Not drive certain prohibited vehicles.

  14. HPT (Hazard perception) – Instructions. – Two practice questions with feedback. – 10 test questions. Go to test; • A P2 driver licence is issued for 30 months. • You must hold a P2 licence for a minimum period of 24 months before being eligible to progress to a full licence.

  15. P2 Drivers Must; • Have P plates (green P on a white background) displayed conspicuously at the front and rear exterior of the car when driving. The letter P on the plate must not be hidden. • If towing a trailer, a P plate must be on the back of the trailer. • Not exceed zero blood alcohol concentration (this means you cannot drink before driving). • It is illegal to drive under the influence of drugs. • Observe a maximum speed limit of 100 km/h. • Not supervise a learner driver. • Only carry the number of passengers that can be properly seated in seats and restrained by approved seat belts or child restraints. • Only drive vehicles that have a seat belt fitted to the driver's position and you must wear the seat belt. • Not drive certain prohibited vehicles.

  16. Full Licence • Part 3; DQT (Driver Qualification Test). • Advanced hazard perception and a knowledge of road rules and safe driving practices.