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Why your learner needs you

What your learner must do when they drive on their Ls

Your legal requirements as a supervising driver

Towards Zero Roads Safety Strategy and Plan 2016 to 2020

The four pillars in the Towards Zero strategy

How we’ve made Victorian roads safe

What your learner must do when they drive on their Ls

Display their Ls

Display L plates at the front and back of their vehicle, which must be visible from 20 metres away.
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Carry their permit

Carry their car learner permit.

 

 

 

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Drive with a supervising driver

You must have a full car licence (not your Ps) and must be in the seat beside them.
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Zero BAC

Have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of zero.

 

 

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Never use a mobile phone

Never use a mobile phone when driving.

 

 

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Fit to drive

Your learner must be 'fit to drive.'

 

 

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No towing

Your learner must never tow anything while driving.

 

 

Only drive a car

Only drive a car, ute or van,  but not a truck or bus or ride a motorcycle.

 
The four pillars in the Towards Zero strategy
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We've made roads safe by creating:

Roundabouts

Flexible barriers

Tactile surfaces

Sealed shoulders

Lane markings.

Find out more.
Victoria has been a world leader in the introduction of road safety interventions that have helped bring down the lives lost on our roads from 1061 in 1970.
How we’ve made Victorian roads safe over time
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1970: Compulsory seat belt laws.

1976: Random breath tests.

Check out TAC's road statistics to see how we've halved the lives lost on Victoria's roads since 1989.