Interstate Learner Licence
Q. I have an interstate learner driver licence what do I need to do to transfer to an ACT learner licence?
A. A learner driver licence is not transferable. If you are 17 years of age, have a current interstate learner licence and have held a learner licence for at least 6 months, you are permitted one practical driver assessment with an ACT Government licence examiner. If your learner driver licence is not current or if you fail the assessment you will be required to undertake and pass the Road Ready Course and Road Rules Knowledge Test and obtain an ACT learner licence.
Q. I have held an interstate learner driver licence for more than 6 months and failed the practical assessment. After I do the Road Ready Course and the Road Rules Knowledge Assessment Test, do I have to wait 6 months before I can go for my provisional driver licence test again?
A. No, provided that you can provide proof that you have held an interstate learner driver licence for 6 months or more, you will not be required to wait the normal 6 months learner driver licence period.