Progressing to a Provisional Licence

In order to progress from a Learner’s Permit to a Provisional Licence, you must fulfil the criteria and be recognised as a competent driver. In short, you must:

A record of the 75 hours of compulsory driving experience is kept in the Log Book, which can be found within The Driving Companion. A Provisional Licence can be gained when the above criteria have been met and you have been issued with a Certificate of Competency. The Certificate of Competency can be achieved by successfully completing either a Competency Based Training course (CBT) or a Vehicle On Road Test (VORT).

Vehicle Restriction

If you are under the age of 25, you must not drive a high-powered vehicle

That means:

High-powered vehicle restrictions do not apply:

Prior to 4th September 2010

In order to progress from a Learner's Permit to a Provisional Licence, you must fulfil the criteria and be recognised as a competent driver. In short, you must:

A record of the 50 hours of compulsory driving experience is kept in the Log Book, which can be found within The Driving Companion. A Provisional Licence can be gained when the above criteria have been met and you have been issued with a Certificate of Competency. The Certificate of Competency can be achieved by successfully completing either a Competency Based Training course (CBT) or a Vehicle On Road Test (VORT).