Getting a driver's licence

Getting a driver's licence involves gradually progressing through a series of stages until you are ready to graduate to a full driver's licence.

It involves:

Statistics show that new drivers, particularly those aged 16 to 24 years, are up to three times more likely to be involved in a serious road crash. But research has also found that strengthening the driving experiences and supervision of new drivers can lead to significant reductions in crashes both before and after obtaining a driver's licence.

Go to the mylicence website for information about the licence stages and safety tips for new and young drivers.

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Page last updated: 10th April 2014