Can I get my license with less than 100 hours of supervised driving?

Written by Peter Hooper

If you’re a Queenslander under the age of 25, you need to record at least 100 hours of supervised driving to be eligible for a provisional license — but there are exceptions to the rule.

The 100-hour logbooks were introduced in 2007, in a bid to improve the standards of young drivers on the roads. That’s a good thing, but there are a number of reasons why the 100-hour requirement might not be practical for some people. 

If you fall under any of the following exemptions, you can apply for a P1 provisional licence without recording 100 hours of supervised driving.  


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