GETTING A LICENCE.
To get your Learner Licence in the ACT, you must complete the Road Ready Course and Knowledge Test.
Please visit our Road Ready Course page for more details on the course.
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The ACT Licencing system has undergone some changes recently.
The GLS (Graduated Licencing Scheme) reforms can be found at: http://justice.act.gov.au/safety_and_emergency/road_safety
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
A: Bookings can be made by entering details in the Course Quick Search at the top of the screen or by contacting one of our Road Ready Centres.
A: Most ACT secondary schools offer the course as part of the year 10 program. For those who have already left school the course can be taken at a Road Ready Centre. Contact us for further details.
A: The course is conducted at our venues in Mitchell and Phillip. You can find the location details at the bottom of the page.
A: The course cost is $187.75 this includes:
The Road Ready Workshop (10 hours), a ACT Road Rules Handbook and 4 attempts at the road rules knowledge test.
*Please note: All of our Road Ready offices are CASHLESS*
A: Courses are conducted during weekdays, evenings and weekends.
A: You must undertake the course again. For more information on what is expected of you on a course.
A: You must be at least 15 years and 9 months old.
A: A learner licence comes complete with a Road Ready pack, the pack consists of four handbooks, including a logbook and a set of ‘L’ plates. For Prices visit Access Canberra
A: Both Certificates are valid for 2 years. If an applicant fails to obtain their learner drivers licence within 2 years of completing the Road Ready Course, they will be required to retake and successfully complete the Road Ready Course and Road Rules Knowledge Test before their learner licence will be issued.
Expired ACT Learner Licence holders are only required to undertake and pass the Road Rules Knowledge Test again.
A: Full overseas licence holders are not required to undertake the Road Ready workshop, just complete a Knowledge Test
A: The course does not cover the Road Rules Knowledge Test, but practice questions are available at the top of the page.
A: No, NSW have a totally different learner and provisional licence system to that of the ACT.
A: To obtain your ACT learner motorcycle licence you must:
- be at least 16 years and nine months old
- successfully complete a Road Ready Learner Licence Course, including a computerised knowledge test on the ACT Road Rules unless you already hold a driver licence
- undertake a government approved rider training course with Revolution Rider Training – www.revolutionridertraining.com.au