Licence restrictions

Written by Canrone Cochin

There are restrictions you must follow when you drive with a:
• Learner licence (Ls)
• Provisional P1 licence (red Ps)
• Provisional P2 licence (green Ps).
These restrictions are in place to help keep you safe as you
develop your driving skills. They also apply when you drive in
another state or territory. If you do not follow these restrictions,
you’ll get a fine. You can also get demerit points or even lose
your licence.
Restriction Applies to
Alcohol limit
Your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) must
be zero.
This means you must not have any alcohol in your
system when you drive.
Maximum speed limit
You can drive to a maximum of 90 km/h.
You must observe all speed limits below 90km/h.
You can drive to a maximum of 100 km/h.
You must observe all speed limits below 100km/h.


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Advance & Vision DRIVING SCHOOL - SYDNEY

Written by Canrone Cochin

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Common crashes in NSW

Written by Canrone Cochin

Almost 80% of all NSW casualty crashes (where a person is killed or injured) fall into five crash types:

  1. Colliding with the rear of another vehicle (rear-end).
  2. Colliding with another vehicle coming from an adjacent direction (the left or right).
  3. Colliding with another vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
  4. Running off the road on a straight section and hitting an object or parked vehicle.
  5. Running off the road on a curve or bend and hitting an object or parked vehicle.

These crashes are also the most common crash types for provisional drivers. They can be avoided if you learn to drive from a driving school in Alexandria and follow the road rules:


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