What age can you get off your P plates in Victoria?

Be at least 18 years old. If you’re under 21, you must have completed a minimum of 120 hours of supervised driving as a learner, including 20 hours of night driving* If you’re under 21 years old, you need to have had your learners permit for at least 12 months.

How long are you on P plates in WA?

Display your P plates You will have a provisional licence until you’re 19 years old, and have had that licence for a total of two years. You’re required to display red P plates for six months after gaining your provisional licence, and green P plates until you’re upgraded to a full licence.

Can a learner driver drive with a child in the car NSW?

Learners can drive with passengers in the car. If you’re driving with passengers, you must ensure these passengers all sit in seats with seat belts or child restraints. Learners must only drive vehicles that have a seat belt fitted to the driver’s seat, and you must wear the seat belt.

How long are you on green P plates in Victoria?

three years
P1 vs P2. There are two kinds of probationary licence in Victoria: P1 (red P plate), which lasts for at least the first 12 months of probationary driving. P2 (green P plate), which normally starts 12 months from when you get your P1 licence and lasts for at least three years.

What is a blue P plate in WA?

Launched last month, the Blue P program supports learner drivers and their parents with practical driver safety and skills training.

When can you get your full license NSW?

To apply for your full (unrestricted) licence, you must: have held your P2 licence for at least 24 months. prove your identity. pass an eyesight test.

What is a P plate and do I need one?

P plates (‘probationary’ plates) let other drivers know that you’re new to the road. No one is required to put P plates on their car. However, they can be a good idea because it means other drivers know that you only recently passed your test. They will likely be more sympathetic and give you more time to make decisions at roundabouts or junctions.

What happens if you put a P plate on the front?

P plate rules P plates if used, should be placed one at the front and one at the rear of the vehicle in a conspicuous location. Unlike L plates however, there are no current enforceable penalties for using the incorrect size, incorrectly placed or defaced plates.

Are P plates compulsory in the UK?

In certain countries, P plates are compulsory, however in England, Scotland and Wales, there is no law or legal requirement stating the compulsory use of P-plates. It is entirely the drivers decision whether they wish to use them or not.

How long should you display your P plates?

So yes, displaying P plates is a good idea and should be displayed for as long as is necessary to become a confident driver.