I have an interstate learner licence what do I need to do to
transfer to an ACT learner licence?
A learner 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 six (6) months, you are permitted one (1)
practical driver assessment with an ACT Government licence examiner.
If the learner licence is not current or if you fail the assessment
you will be required to undertake and pass the RoadReady course and
knowledge test and obtain an ACT learner licence.
Where do I book to undertake a practical driver
assessment? To book a driver assessment, contact one of
Access Canberra Connect Shopfront and the practical driving test
can be booked. The practical driving test can be booked at any
location or over the phone but the driving test is only completed at
the Dickson Motor Registry or the Tuggeranong Service Centre.
I have held an interstate learner licence for more than six(6)
months and failed the practical assessment, after I do the RoadReady
course and knowledge test, do I have to wait six months before I can go
for my provisional licence test again? No, provided that
you have proof that you have held an interstate licence for six months
or more, you will not be required to wait the normal learner licence