TAC L2P Learner Driver Program


 

TAC L2P assists young people to gain the driving experience required to apply for a probationary licence.

 

How does it work?

 

The goal is for you to gain extensive on-road experience to build your skills and confidence.

 

You are matched with trained volunteer mentors who support you to gain 120 hours of supervised driving.

 

The volunteer mentors are given intensive training by VicRoads and undergo mandatory checks and training to provide a quality program for young people.

                 

 

You are matched with trained volunteer mentors who support you to gain 120 hours of supervised driving.

 

The volunteer mentors are given intensive training by VicRoads and undergo mandatory checks and training to provide a quality program for young people.

 

Eligible young people are offered a minimum of one hour of supervised driving each week.

 

The program is funded by TAC and managed by the Department of Transport.

 

Who should apply?

Young people aged between 16 and 20 who:

  • hold a current learners permit
  • have no access to a suitable vehicle or support to learn to drive
  • have a connection to Port Phillip, Stonnington or Bayside local government areas
  • hold Australian/New Zealand citizenship or Permanent Resident/Humanitarian/Refugee visas.

Which area do we cover?

We have strong connections with:

  • City of Port Phillip
  • City of Stonnington
  • City of Bayside

 

Learner Driver Application Form

 

For more information please click HERE

 

 

 

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