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We recommend students book their Drive Test at least 4-6 weeks prior to wanting to do their Drive Test

• You can Book online and pay by credit card (Visa or MasterCard) OR

• Call VicRoads on 13 11 71 (Mon-Fri 8.30am - 5pm, Sat 8.30am - 2pm) OR

• Visit a VicRoads Customer Service Centre you can pay by cash, cheque, EFTPOS or credit card.

• Provide a medical report and clearance from the Medical Review Group. (if you have a medical

• T
he booking fee is currently $60.70

• Remember to contact your Instructor before you book your Driving Test to confirm their availability.

We recommend you book your HPT (Hazard Perception Test) at least 2 weeks prior to the day of your Drive Test, this must be passed before your Drive Test can be done (if you hold or have held a licence - you may be exempt).

We also recommend you book your Driving Test on a Weekday between the hours of 9:30AM and 1:30PM (this way you will not need to worry about the School Zones.). Preferably book your Driving Test at your local Vicroads Office (your Instructor will help you become familiar with driving in this area.)

For more information on get Getting your Ps, Booking your Hazard Perception and Drive Test you can visit the Vicroads Website – Get Your Ps

The Drive Test Checks that you can:

 Drive Safely
• Drive Smoothly
• Obey the road rules
• Co-operate with other road users


» Speed Limits - When driving you’ll need to drive close (within 10km/h) to the speed limit when conditions are suitable, but at a lower speed if road or traffic conditions (e.g. driving on a wet or unsealed road, or in congested or slow traffic or around corners) make it unsafe to travel at the speed limit. But do not exceed the speed limit at any time! (It’s particularly important to monitor your speed closely when driving down hills, when changing lanes, in construction zones and in 40km/h zones.)
» Stop Signs - You’ll need to ensure your vehicle comes to a complete stop behind all stop lines.

» Leaving the Kerb - Check your mirrors, indicate to the right for minimum of 5 seconds and complete a Head Check to ensure it’s safe prior to moving off.

» Unlaned Roards - On Roads without lane markings travel in the left lane unless you are overtaking or preparing to make a right turn.
» Lane Changes - You’ll need to use your mirrors to select a safe gap in the traffic, indicate in the direction of intended travel for a minimum of 3 seconds and include a Head Check to ensure it’s safe prior to changing lanes.

» Safety Margin – You’ll need to maintain an acceptable safety margin from other vehicle and fixed objects. In dry conditions you’ll need to maintain a safety margin of at least two seconds from the vehicle front of yours and in the wet, at least a three second gap. When passing or overtaking stationary vehicles/objects or moving vehicles, a width of 1.2 metres is suggested (approximately a car door width), depending on conditions. Eg. Low speed would not necessarily need the same safety margin.

» Stopping Distance - When stopping behind a stationary vehicle, you’ll need to stop far enough behind to be able to proceed, if necessary, around the vehicle without reversing.

» Pedestrian Crossings - Do not block a pedestrian crossing.
» Mirrors - When driving straight you’ll need to check the mirrors (at least every 10 seconds) to maintain awareness of surrounding traffic. The required frequency varies with traffic conditions.

» Reversing - Always look back through the rear window prior to reversing.

» Road Laws - You’ll need to have thorough knowledge of the road laws and know your rights of ways.

For more information on the Vicroads Drive Test you can visit the Vicroads Website – Getting Your Ps

On the day of your Driving Test you will need to pass an eyesight check. Remember to bring along:

• Your Learner Permit Card.

• Overseas licence holders must provide a current overseas licence. If your overseas licence is not in English, you need to provide an English Translation of it by a qualified translator, or an International Driver Permit.

• Your appointment number and/or appointment receipt.

• Your Hazard Perception Test Result.

• Your Learner Log Book – correct and completely filled out (only relevant if you obtained your Ls after 1 July 2007 and are aged under 21 when applying for your Ps)

• Payment for your Driving Lesson, Drive Test and Driver's Licence (Vicroads charges $103.90 for a 4 year Licence).

Call us on (03) 9872 4600

Call us on (03) 9872 4600
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