In stage three, you started to develop your skills on multi-lane roads and in busier environments.
As you progress through this stage, you’ll start to practise as if most of the responsibility and decision making is up to you. But your supervising driver will still be at your side in case you need them for advice, suggestions and help looking for potential hazards.
During stage four, you’ll need to take full responsibility for driving decisions when you feel ready.
By the end of this stage, you should be able to drive comfortably in all situations without help from your supervisor.
When you and your supervising driver agree, you can think about going for your Ps if you meet all the legal requirements.
The longer you spend in stage four, the better prepared you’ll be for solo driving.