driver’s license – Getting your P’s SA is not easy. You need to work over a series of stages along the process to get your driver’s licence. First, you need to get a learner’s permit. Secondly pass the Hazard Perception Test, then pass two provisional licence period stages; P1 and P2. Thirdly, get your full licence.
driver’s license – With P1 provisional driver’s licence, you can drive on your own, without the supervision of a driver instructor. However, you must make sure that your P-plates are on, your licence handy, and follow the rules of the road as well as the rules of the P licence. With P1, you can drive on your own to test your skills that you have acquired while learning at a driving school SA. Note that P1 provisional licence is subjected to rules and laws and if you breach these conditions, you will not just lose your licence, but you may also get disqualified from getting a driver’s licence.
With Learner Permit holders to advance to a P2 provisional driver’s licence, you need to be at least 17 years old, pass the Hazard Perception Test, and have held a Learners Permit licence for at least 12 months. Once you have passed the Driving Assessment, you will receive a Certyificate of Competancy and qualify to P2 licence. You are now eligible to advancing onward to getting a full licence. To get your full licence, you need to take your P2 provisional licence, having already passed the Hazard Perception Test, and pay the fees for the licence in any Service SA customer service centre. By working in a series of stage, you will be able to manage and reduce the risks of serious road accidents by making good decisions. Working from learner’s permit to P1 to P2 to full licence allows you to learn taking responsibility with your driving habits.