How long is probationary licence in NSW?
Your P1 licence is valid for 18 months, if you don’t apply for your green Ps during that time. You need to hold your P2 licence (your green Ps) for at least 2 years before you can hold a full licence.
How long do you have to be on your green PS NSW?
What’s next after green Ps? Once you’ve held your provisional P2 licence for at least 24 months, you can upgrade to a full driver licence. This is only if you haven’t been suspended for unsafe driving.
What happens after good Behaviour period NSW?
If the driver breaches the good behaviour period their licence is suspended for double the original suspension period. Once the suspension period or the good behaviour period is successfully complete demerit points on the licence are erased.
Can you get your Ps early NSW?
At the age of 17, and when you’ve had your learner licence for at least six months, you can sit your provisional test. This means you can drive with your ‘P’ plates before getting your full licence. In NSW, you can sit your learner driver theory test at the age of 16.
How do you progress from P1 to P2?
P1 to P2, you must have held your P1 licence for at least 12 months (not including any suspension period). P2 to full, you must have held your P2 licence for at least 2 years (not including any suspension period).
How do I upgrade from P2 to full licence NSW?
To apply for your full (unrestricted) licence, you must:
- have held your P2 licence for at least 24 months.
- prove your identity.
- pass an eyesight test.
- pay the licence fee, unless you’re eligible for a concession.
Do you get all your points back after suspension NSW?
Yes. Once your suspension has ended, all of your demerit points will be reset. At the end of the suspension period, you will need to contact the RMS to confirm whether you can drive again. Often, they will require you to complete a driver knowledge test and a driver education course before reissuing your licence.
How do I know when I can get my full licence NSW?
How do I know when I can get my full license NSW?
How do I upgrade my P2 licence?
To upgrade your provisional licence from:
- P1 to P2, you must have held your P1 licence for at least 12 months (not including any suspension period).
- P2 to full, you must have held your P2 licence for at least 2 years (not including any suspension period).
How do I get green P plates NSW?
To progress to your green Ps (provisional P2 licence) you must:
- Have held your red Ps (provisional P1) for at least 12 months.
- Have a good driving record (no suspensions)
- Apply for your green Ps (provisional P2 licence)