Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are the VicRoads fees?
Please visit the VicRoads website to find the latest fees.
Q. What areas are covered in Melbourne?
A. All western and northern metropolitan suburbs of Melbourne.
Q. Do I have to fill my log book if I am over 21?
A. No, it is not mandatory for people over 21 years of age to fill out your log book.
Q. I'm a holder of a learners permit and under 21. How many lessons should I take with a driving instructor before I take the drive test?
A. You can take lessons from a fully licensed driver, eg: parents, family friends, etc however, the majority of the 120 hours should be with a qualified driving instructor.
Q. What is the key to being a good driver?
A. The key to becoming a good driver is regular driving, to be patient and courteous, and respect of other road users around you.
Q. How can I learn to drive in a shorter amount of time?
A. Taking lessons continuously everyday with the same driving instructor will increase your chances of passing the drive test and learning all the good habits. It is important to have double sessions occasionally to improve your concentration level.
Q. How long is the VicRoads driving test?
A. It is approximately 35 to 40 minutes.