If you already have a licence and it's not from a Recognised Country, you'll need to complete an Overseas Licence Verification appointment prior to sitting your Learner Permit test. You'll need to call 131171 or visit a Customer Service Centre to make a Licence Verification Appointment.
To take the learner permit test you need to:
You need to bring:
When you pass the test, a learner permit card fee applies.
*If you don't have any proof of your Victorian address (eg a bank statement, utility bill or rental agreement), make sure you get someone to sign the Victorian residence declaration on the licence application form.
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 have an interstate or New Zealand learner permit that's current or expired less than 5 years ago, you don't need to take this test. Instead, book a "Convert your interstate licence" appointment.
Once you've got a Victorian driver licence or learner permit, it's an offense for you to use your overseas licence to drive in Victoria.
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