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Is there a test for green PS NSW?

Is there a test for green PS NSW?

Hazard Perception Test (HPT) Resources Driving Test NSW provides a range of free resources to help you pass the Hazard Perception Test (HPT). These tools will improve your chances of getting your provisional P2 licence (green P plates) on the first attempt!

How long do you have to have your green PS on a motorcycle NSW?

12 months
After 12 months on your P1, you can head back to Service NSW to upgrade your licence to a P2 (Green P’s). If you’re over 25 and hold an unrestricted Australian driving licence, you will upgrade to an Unrestricted Motorcycle Licence. Now’s the time to really hone your skills and enjoy riding your bike safely.

How do I get my green P plates NSW?

To progress to your green Ps (provisional P2 licence) you must:

  1. Have held your red Ps (provisional P1) for at least 12 months.
  2. Have a good driving record (no suspensions)
  3. Apply for your green Ps (provisional P2 licence)

What does a green letter P mean on a car?

You can display green ‘probationary’ P plates to show that you’ve just passed your driving test. You do not have to display them. You can leave them on your vehicle for as long as you like.

Can Green P platers go 110 in NSW?

NSW Green P Plate Rules – Green P platers cannot drive more than 100km/h.

How do you progress from P1 to P2?

To upgrade your provisional licence from:

  1. P1 to P2, you must have held your P1 licence for at least 12 months (not including any suspension period).
  2. P2 to full, you must have held your P2 licence for at least 2 years (not including any suspension period).

What bike can I ride on P2?

In order to be approved for L, P1 and P2 rider, motorcycles must have: an engine capacity up of 660ml or less. a power-to-weight ratio of 150 kw per tonne or less. a power up to 25kW or less for electric motorcycles.

How long does it take to get a P2 licence NSW?

36 months
Once you’ve held your provisional P2 licence for at least 24 months, you can upgrade to a full driver licence. This is only if you haven’t been suspended for unsafe driving. Your P2 licence is valid for 36 months. After this time your licence will expire and you will have to renew it or apply for a full licence.

How do I upgrade from P1 to P2?

Do P plates reduce insurance?

Will P plates affect the cost of my car insurance? Unfortunately, P plates won’t lower the price of your car insurance. As a new driver, you’re still considered high risk, even with P plates. This means you should expect to pay more for your car insurance than more experienced drivers.

What does P sticker on car?

The letter P stands for ‘probationary’, and indicates to other road users that the driver of the marked vehicle is unlikely to have had much experience on the roads. This knowledge may make other motorists behave more leniently towards new drivers in certain circumstances, such as at roundabouts or junctions.