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1 hr = 3 hrs: How to get bonus log book hours (NSW)

Getting a driver’s licence is a key milestone in a young person’s life. Unfortunately, the process from first sitting the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) through to obtaining your P1 licence takes significant time, effort and support from family and/or friends. One of the most significant challenges in the NSW licensing regime is meeting the minimum logbook hours requirements. This is where you must gain and record a significant amount of driving experience behind the steering wheel before being able to attempt the driving test.

What is the logbook requirement in NSW?

Your learner driver log book is for you and your supervising driver to record your driving experience.

In New South Wales, if you are under the age of 25 you must log at least 120 hours of supervised driving, including a minimum of 20 hours of night driving, before you can attempt the driving test.

120 hours of supervised driving is no small undertaking, for most people this is going to take many months and you are going to need plenty of support from friends and family. If you drive on average for only 1 hr, you will require as many as 120 separate driving sessions.

Professional driving lessons

So simply scheduling 10 hours of driving lessons with a driving instructor will give you 30 hours of driving time in your logbook. This will get you off to a great start and ready to start driving with friends and family. Alternatively, it could be an accelerated method of getting your final 30 hrs in your logbook and a great way of preparing to pass your driving test.

  • Packages are valid for 6 months from the first lesson.
  • Please call 24 hours prior to change or cancel your appointment to avoid full fees penalty.
  • Driving Test car is available at $190 which includes an hour pick up before your driving test. Please discuss with your instructor to organize one.
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