Can P platers have passengers SA?
When in SA, you’ll need to observe the following: Speed limit: 100 km/h. Passenger Limit: If you’re a P driver under 25, you cannot drive with more than one passenger aged 16-20 (immediate family members exempt). This rule does not apply if a person with their full-licence is sitting next to and supervising you.
Is there a curfew for P platers in SA?
P1 licence holders under the age of 25 years must not drive: between midnight and 5:00 am. with more than one passenger aged 16 to 20 years (excluding immediate family members) unless a Qualified Supervising Driver is seated next to you or you meet the exemption criteria.
Can P platers drive after 12 in SA?
There are extra P plate laws in SA for P1 drivers. If you’re under 25, you cannot drive between 12am and 5am. If you’re under 25 you can only carry one passenger between the age of 16 and 20. You may drive at night or with multiple passengers between 16 and 20 if a qualified supervising driver is in the passenger seat.
What’s the law on P plates?
Are P plates a legal requirement? Unlike L plates, it is not a legal requirement for drivers to display green ‘probationary’ P plates. P plates can voluntarily be displayed to show that you have just passed your driving test. You can display P plates on your vehicle for as long as you like.
Do you have to display P plates?
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.
How many passengers can a P1 driver have?
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.
Can P1 drive after midnight?
No driving between midnight and 5am Applies to all P1 Licence holders and Learner motorcyclists. No driving between midnight and 5am unless a qualified supervising driver is seated next to you or you meet the exemption criteria. Read more about no driving between midnight and 5am.
How long should you leave P plates on?
There is no official guidance regarding how long a driver should display P plates – motorists can simply keep them on their vehicle until they feel confident enough to drive without them.
Do I need P plates when I pass my test?
What are P-plates? Green P (probationary) plates can be displayed to show other drivers that you’ve just passed your driving test. You are not required by law to display P plates on your vehicle after passing your test; however, many new drivers choose to use them.
Can I use L plates after passing test?
After passing the test, as a fully qualified driver, you can no longer display the L plates.
Can P2 drivers have passengers?
Passenger limits for P1 and P2 drivers 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. The Transport for NSW website has more information on passenger conditions.
What are the restrictions for P plate drivers in South Australia?
Here are the restrictions that apply to all P plate drivers in South Australia. There is a zero blood alcohol limit for all P plate drivers. If you’re under 25, you can’t drive a high-powered vehicle, unless you have an exemption certificate. You may not exceed 100km per hour, even if the signposted speed limit is higher.
Where can I buy a P plate in South Australia?
P-plates must be clearly visible from the front and rear of the vehicle (rear only for motor bikes). Other styles of plates are not acceptable in South Australia. Buy your P-plates at Service SA customer service centres, at Service SA’s online shop or retail outlets.
What are the rules for driving on a provisional licence?
1 You can only drive the class of vehicle stated on your licence. 2 You must carry your provisional licence at all times whilst driving. 3 You must not drive a high-powered vehicle while you are under the age of 25 (unless you have an exemption certificate). 4 You must not drive over 100 km/h even if the local speed limit exceeds 100 km/h.
Can a P1 licence holder be under 25?
Applies to P1 Licence holders under the age of 25. This rule does NOT apply to P2 drivers or motorcyclists under 25 who hold a P2 licence or a full car licence. Who are immediate family members?