How To Pass Your Queensland Driving Test?

Written by Peter Hooper

How To Pass Your Queensland Driving Test?

It’s good to be confident going into your practical driving test —but it’s also important to be prepared. Here’s what you need to do to pass your driving test with flying colours!

We don’t want to scare anybody, but the reality is, there’s no guarantee that you’ll pass your practical driving test on your first attempt. In fact, Fairfax Media analysis of government data from 2005 to 2017 revealed that 40 per cent of driving tests conducted in Queensland over that four-year period ended in failure.


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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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How Does Queensland’s New PrepL Test Work?

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How Does Queensland’s New PrepL Test Work?

Before you can get behind the wheel, you’ll have to get in front of a screen.

The traditional multiple choice paper test that Queenslanders have been required to complete to get their learner driver permits has been replaced with a new, and far more comprehensive, online learning and assessment program.

PrepL, developed by Brisbane technology company Croomo, is an interactive test that requires students to tackle over 380 questions, challenges and activities.


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Learning to Drive in Brisbane

Written by Peter Hooper

Learning to drive safely is the number one priority when navigating the roads and highways of Brisbane, Queensland. Do you want to learn correctly, or have a friend or relative teach you? It can seem helpful when someone you know offers to help you to learn how to drive, but then they don’t realise the implications of doing so. Learn to drive safety at a qualified Brisbane driving school, because your life depends on it.

In the past people relied on their parents for teaching them how to drive, but that involved a lot of misinformation and the forming of bad driving habits. Brisbane driving lessons will ensure that not only do you qualify for your Brisbane driving test, but that you learn to drive safely, and that you fully understand the rules of the road. Additionally, you won’t pick up any bad driving habits from your parents. But don’t tell them that!


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