How many passengers can a green P plater have NSW?

How many passengers can a green P plater have NSW?

one passenger
P1 drivers under 25 are not permitted to drive with more than one passenger under 21 between the hours of 11pm and 5am. P1 or P2 drivers who are issued with a new licence after a period of being disqualified from driving are not permitted to drive with more than one passenger for 12 months.

How fast can a green P plater go in NSW?

NSW Green P Plate Rules – Green P platers cannot drive more than 100km/h. – There is a 0.00% blood alcohol limit – you cannot have any alcohol in your system as a green P plater. – All mobile phone use is banned for green P platers, including hands-free and speaker phone.

How many points does a green P plater have in NSW?

7 points
Exceeding Demerit Point Limits in NSW

Licence Type Demerit Point Limit
Unrestricted (Full) Licence 13 points
Provisional P-2 Licence (Green P-plate) 7 points
Provisional P-1 Licence (Red P-plate) 4 points
Learner Licence 4 points

Can you tow on your green P’s NSW?

Yes, a green P plater can tow a caravan, as long as one does not exceed the limit of 750kg in the first year of holding the driver’s licence. Always display the P plate in the rear of the caravan/trailer that you are towing. The maximum speed allowed is 100kph, otherwise, you could get a penalty of 4 demerit points.

Can Green P platers use Bluetooth NSW?

Learner, P1 and P2 licence holders Restricted licences holders including learner, P1 and P2 drivers and riders are not permitted to use their phone at all while driving or riding. This includes use of hands-free and Bluetooth functions.

Can L platers have passengers NSW?

If you have an L plate and a learner licence in NSW, you must abide by all of the following restrictions: You may not supervise another learner driver. You may only carry as many passengers as fit in your seats with proper restraints (such as seat belts or child restraints.

How do I get my green P plates NSW?

To progress to your green Ps (provisional P2 licence) you must: Have held your red Ps (provisional P1) for at least 12 months. Have a good driving record (no suspensions) Apply for your green Ps (provisional P2 licence)…

  1. Hazard Perception Handbook Summary.
  2. Practice tests.
  3. Study tips.
  4. Test tips.
  5. Test details.

What’s the penalty for not having a L and P plate?

Penalty: 3 demerit points and a fine. L and P plates have to be attached to the OUTSIDE of the car – you can’t stick the plates on the inside of your window. Penalty: 2 demerit points and a fine. Extensions to P2 licences when suspended for unsafe driving.

Where do you Put Your L and P plates?

L and P plates L and P plates must now be displayed on the exterior of cars. Police have reported that too many young drivers have been caught hiding their L and P plates in obscure positions on dashboards. It is important that other drivers can identify inexperienced drivers on the road.

What are the restrictions for a P1 licence in Victoria?

The same probationary restrictions from your state will apply if you’re driving in Victoria. A P1 driver or corresponding novice driver must not drive a motor vehicle with more than one peer passenger. the sibling or step-sibling of the probationary P1 driver or corresponding novice driver.

How many demerit points do you get for speeding in NSW?

Reference should be made to the latest provisions in the law for detailed information on specific offences and penalties. On declared public holiday long weekend periods in NSW the demerit points for all speeding, seat belt, child restraint and helmet offences are doubled.