Step 1. Learner’s permit, minimum age 16 years. Pass the theory test to get the learners permit. Minimum score 24/30
Step 2. Learn to drive and record a minimum of 50 hours of driver training in your Log book, including 5 hours of night-time driving.
Step 3. Hazard perception test: Once a minimum of six calendar months has lapsed since you were issued with your Learner’s permit and you have reached the minimum age of 16 years and six months, you can sit your Hazard Perception Test (HPT).
Step 4. Practical Driving Assessment (PDA): Once you have completed and recorded a minimum of 50 supervised driving hours in your Learner Guide and Log Book and you are at least 17 years of age, you can sit the PDA.
Step 5. Provisional license: You will have a provisional license for 2 years. The first 6 months you must display white on red ‘P’ plates and will be subject to night time driving restrictions. The remaining 18 months you must display white on green ‘P’ plates.
Yes, we cover the Joondalup area and surrounding suburbs. Whether you have a Joondalup driving test, or one elsewhere in Perth, during your lessons, we will take you around the test routes where the assessors are likely to go.
At the bottom of our home page we explain the process for a beginner from getting a learners permit to gaining the full license. Visit the Department of Transport’s website for up-to date information. If you are still unsure then please contact us and we will help you to find the answers you need.
Learning to drive is different for everyone. Some people may pick up the techniques and gain confidence very quickly while others may struggle to gain competence in certain areas. If you can actively listen and apply this knowledge in practice – then you can’t go wrong. Some determining factors include:
- How much driving experience do you have?
- Do you have a good road awareness?
- How much practice will you get between lessons?
- Roughly 12 – 16 lessons should enable you to pass your driving assessment 1st time.