A learner licence is the first step toward the freedom to drive anywhere you want. But there’s a lot you need to know and understand – from how to get the learner licence to what the restrictions are. We’ll go through all the important details below.
The first step is to pass the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) as you have to pass it to get your learner licence. The DKT is a computer-based quiz about road rules and traffic safety. It consists of 45 multiple-choice questions divided into two parts:
The test will end immediately when you have failed too many questions to be able to pass. If you fail, you’ll have to pay the fees again and re-take the test at a later date.
If you pass the DKT, congratulations! You can now apply for your learner licence. Once you have your learner licence, try to get as much supervised experience in as many situations as you can to prepare you for the Drive Test and driving as a solo driver.
We strongly encourage you to study using the Zutobi Drivers Ed website or app. Our app consists of bite-sized chapters from the driver’s handbook in an easy-to-read format, along with 500+ DKT practice questions. If you study with Zutobi, you’ll be well prepared to ace your learner’s test.
The Hazard Perception Test must be completed before the Drive Test.
First of all, you must have passed the HPT before you are allowed to sit the Drive Test. The Drive Test is the final hurdle you must pass before receiving your P1 Licence. It’s not easy, but it’s well worth the struggle and many hours of supervised driving.
Restrictions for learner licence holders:
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