Obtaining a NSW driver Licence is not a straight-forward process. There are four different phases that an individual goes through to obtain a NSW driver’s Licence , and the requirements for each stage will vary.
These four phases are:
Obtain a learner’s Licence : To get a learner’s Licence , the individual must be at least 16 years of age, prove their identity, pass the driver’s test, pass the eyesight tests, and pay any associated fees.
Apply for a P1 Licence : To apply for a P1 Licence , the individual must be 17 years of age, have had their learner Licence for 12 months, and driven at least 120 hours, including 20 night hours with their learner’s Licence . The individual will also need to prove their identity, pass the eyesight test, pass the driving test, pass the hazard perception test, and pay any associated fees.
Obtain your P2 Licence : The way to get your P2 Licence is to first have your P1 Licence for at least 12 months, verify your identity, pass the P2 test, and pay any associated fees.
Obtain Your Full Licence : After you have obtained your P2 Licence , the final step is getting your NSW driver Licence . You will be required to prove your identity, have had your P2 Licence for 24 months, pass an eye exam, complete the driver’s test, and pay any associated fees.