Convert your licence - overseas licence verification
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An overseas licence verification appointment is only required if you are completing both the Learner Permit Test Online and the Hazard Perception Test Online. If you are completing one or both of these tests at a VicRoads Customer Service Centre, your verification will be completed at your first visit.
Important reminder! If you've already booked an appointment to take the Hazard Perception Test In-person, you do not need to book a licence verification appointment.
To convert your overseas (car or bike) licence or learner permit to a Victorian licence, you need to:
Be at least 18 years old.
Have a current overseas licence/leaner permit.
Not be disqualified from getting a Victorian licence.
Complete the required tests
Bring to your appointment:
Your original evidence of identity - you'll need to bring one 'Category A' and one 'Category B' evidence of identity document.
Your current overseas driver licence or learner permit in English
If it isn't in English, you'll need an English translation, or an international driving permit issued in the same country as your overseas driver licence.
If you don't have your overseas licence or learner permit, you'll need to bring a letter from:
Your country's driver licensing authority confirming your overseas licence or learner permit details or
Your country's consulate or embassy in Australia advising that they have confirmed your overseas licence or learner permit with your country’s licensing authority.
Your glasses or contact lenses (if you need them to pass an eyesight test).
Do you have a medical condition?
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.
Important reminders! Don't forget to bring all the right documents along with you for your appointment. If you're not eligible, or forget to bring something, you won’t be able to proceed to complete your Hazard Perception Test Online and complete the remaining steps to convert your overseas licence. You'll need to book and pay for a new appointment.