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 NEW SOUTH WALES FAKE DRIVER LICENCE

 

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How to Get Your  Learner to a Fake Full Driver Licence in New South Wales

 
 

There are four licence stages

  1. Fake Learner’s licence
  2. Fake Provisional licence stage 1 (P1)
  3. Fake Provisional licence stage 2 (P2)
  4. Fake Full licence
 

Where can I apply for a driver’s licence?

 
 

You may apply at any motor registries in NSW. Have a look into the NSW Government directory to see a motor registry nearest to you. For convenience, you might want to get a Fake NSW Drivers Licence online with us

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1. Getting Your Learner Licence (“Ls”)

 
 

Some conditions come with a learner licence.

  • You must be accompanied by a supervisor who holds a full Australian driver licence at all times when driving
  • Display the L plates on both the front and rear of the vehicle whenever you drive. Alternatively, you can display an L sign on the roof of the vehicle.
  • L-platers must observe a maximum speed limit of 90 kph.
  • You are only allowed to carry passengers that can be properly seated with approved seat belts or child restraints.

Who can apply for a learner’s licence?

You must be at least 16 years old to be able to apply for a learner licence.

How can I get a learner licence?

  1. Go to a motor registry nearest to you and book your Driver Knowledge Test (DKT). You may also book online or by calling us
  2. Present your identity proof (passport, birth certificate, proof of address and signature)
  3. Get your eyesight tested and meet the eyesight requirements
  4. Pay the fees
  5. Take and pass the Driver Knowledge Test
 

2. Getting a Provisional Licence – Stage 1

 
 

A P1 licence has the following conditions:

  • Display the P plates (red P on white background) on both the front and rear of the vehicle whenever you drive. When towing a trailer, the P plate should be displayed on the rear of the trailer. You are only allowed to tow trailers not exceeding 250kg.
  • P1 drivers must observe a maximum speed limit of 90kph. Any speeding offence will have a minimum penalty of 4 demerit points, a fine, and licence suspension for 3 months
  • All type of use of a mobile phone (including speaker phone and hands-free set) will result in 3 demerit points plus a fine.
  • Using an automatic vehicle for the driving test will allow you to drive only automatic vehicles.
  • You are only allowed to carry passengers that can be properly seated with approved seat belts or child restraints.
  • P1 drivers must observe the peer passenger condition which allows P1 drivers under the age of 25 to carry not more than one passenger under 21 years of age between 11pm and 5am. However, drivers of an emergency vehicle (ambulance, police automobile, fire services or any person approved by the Roads and Maritime Services) driving to perform their duties are exempted from the peer passenger condition.

When and who can apply for a restricted licence?

You must be at least 17 years old, have logged at least 120 driving hours (20 minimum night driving hours), and have held a learner licence for a minimum period of 12 months to apply for a restricted licence.

How to get a P1 licence?

  1. Go to a motor registry nearest to you and book your Driving Test or book online, or by calling 13 22 13.
  2. Bring your completed learner driver log book and make sure it is signed by your driving supervisor.
  3. Have the car that you will be using for the test prepared and registered. Make sure to have adequate fuel, clean windscreen and windows; and ensure that the lights, tyres, seats, mirrors are all in good and proper condition for the driving test.
  4. Have your identity proof (passport, birth certificate, proof of address and signature) presented.
  5. Pay the fees.
  6. Take and pass the driving test.
 

3. Getting a Provisional Licence – Stage 2

 
 

A P2 licence has the following conditions

  • Display the P plates (green P on white background) on both the front and rear of the vehicle whenever you drive. When towing a trailer, the P plate should be displayed in the rear of the trailer.
  • P2 drivers must observe a maximum speed limit of 100kph. A speeding offense will have a minimum penalty of 4 demerit points.
  • You are only allowed to carry passengers that could be properly seated with approved seat belts or child restraints.

When and who can apply for a P2 licence?

You must have held a P1 licence for a minimum period of 12 months to apply for a P2 licence.

How to get a P2 licence?

  1. Go to a motor registry nearest to you and book your Hazard Perception Test (HPT), or book online or by calling 13 22 13.
  2. Bring a copy of your licence and have your identity proof (passport, birth certificate, proof of address and signature) presented
  3. Pay for the fees
  4. Take and pass the HPT
 

4. Getting a NSW Fake Full Licence

 

When to apply for a Full licence?

You must have held a P1 licence for a minimum period of 24 months to apply for a full licence.

How to get a Full licence

  • Go to a motor registry nearest to you and book your Driver Qualification Test (DQT) or book online

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