If you have a probationary licence that doesn't show the issue date on the licence card, please call 13 11 71 at least 3 working days before your appointment so we can confirm your details with the interstate authority.
To convert your interstate/New Zealand (car or bike) licence or learner permit to Victorian, you need to:
Bring to your appointment:
If you're not eligible, or forget to bring something, you will not be able to convert your licence and will forfeit your appointment fee. You'll need to book a new appointment and pay for another appointment.
If you take prescribed medications or have a medical condition that could affect your ability to drive, you'll need to tell us and provide relevant medical reports.
If you're required to use an alcohol interlock interstate, your interlock condition will be applied in Victoria.
Once your Victorian licence is issued, we'll confirm the details of your interlock condition with the interstate authority. The rest of your Interlock Condition will be managed by VicRoads.
If you don't hold a current interstate licence and you lost it for drink driving you will be relicensed in Victoria under Victorian law. Before you book an appointment, you must call us on 13 11 71.
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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