Learning to Drive
A drivers licence is a key to independence and freedom. It allows you to get to work, study, sport, shopping and go out with ease, yet it is also puts you in the face of real and potential danger on our roads.
Inexperienced drivers are at high risk of injury and death on the roads and it is vital to get as much experience as possible so you can deal with the many situations you will encounter when driving.
What you need
- The basics of learning to drive
- Getting your L plates and
- Getting your P plates
Driving practice – a required 120 hours if you are under 21 years
- City driving
- Country driving
- Night driving and
- Driving in all types of weather
- Seatbelt safety
- Drive Smart – our online interactive resource to hone your driving skills
- More learn to drive information
Once you pass the required tests, you can look forward to many hours enjoying the freedom of driving safety on Australia's open roads.
Contact us at the TAC if you need any further information by emailing us on email@example.com or call 1300 654 329 (local call) 1800 332 556 (toll-free outside the Melbourne metropolitan area) between 8:30am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday.