Please read the terms and conditions before making your appointment.
If your driver licence or learner permit is suspended or cancelled, or you are disqualified from driving you will not be able to get a Victorian licence/permit, until this sanction has ended.
If you have a probationary licence and it does not have an issue date on the licence card, please call 13 11 71 at least 3 working days prior to your appointment so we can check with the interstate authority.
To convert your interstate or New Zealand drivers or motor cycle licence/learner permit to a Victorian licence/learner permit you will need to:
Don't forget to bring all the right documents along with you for your appointment. If you don't, you will not be able to convert your licence and you won't be able to get a refund of your fees.
If you have a medical condition or take prescribed medications which could affect your ability to drive, you’ll need to provide any relevant medical reports.
If your interstate or New Zealand driver licence or learner permit has expired by 5 or more years and you don’t hold a current overseas licence you will need to book an appointment and undertake a knowledge test and drive test at a VicRoads Customer Service Centre. Please do not use this service.
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