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    Log Book for learners:

    When you get your Learner licence, you are issued with a physical copy. If you lose your log book, you need to get a new one.

    The replacement fee for a Learner Driver Log Book is $19.

    To get a replacement log book, you need to:

    Alternatively, you can download a log book app. It's free and easy to use (and hard to lose).

    You need a minimum of 120 hours in your log book . 20 Night hours and 100 Day Hours= 120 log book hours.

    120 logbook hours vary states to states. Some states require no logbook or less hours in the logbook. There is a minimum 20 night hours required for night driving. If more than 20 night hours then it will count towards the total hours in your log book. The 3-for-1 driving lessons' scheme lets you to claim up to 10 structured lessons, allowing you to record a total of 30 hours of driving experience in your log book. 

    Rules regarding your Learner Log Book Victoria:

    If you're below 21 years old upon applying for a probationary license, you must furnish your completed Learner Log Book along with the Declaration of Learner Log Book Completion as proof of 120 hours of driving practice. On the day of your driving test, it's imperative to bring your official Learner Log Book to the VicRoads Customer Service Centre. It will undergo scrutiny before you're allowed to proceed with the test. The VicRoads License Testing Officer might inquire about the recorded practice driving sessions in your Learner Log Book. VicRoads will keep your Declaration of Learner Log Book Completion and, if necessary, your Learner Log Book. VicRoads will only acknowledge your Learner Log Book if it meets the following criteria:

    • It's the official Learner Log Book issued by VicRoads; photocopies won't suffice.
    • The total driving hours recorded in the Learner Log Book are at least 120 hours.
    • The total night driving hours recorded in the Learner Log Book are at least 20 hours.
    • All supervising drivers have provided their license number (or instructor number for driving instructors) and signature in the List of Supervising Drivers (refer to page 5).
    • Both you and the supervising driver have completed and signed the Declaration of Learner Log Book Completion

    120 Hours Log book Driving Lessons in NSW and Victoria 1=3 bonus hours

    How to complete your log book NSW?

    If you're under the age of 25, you will need to complete 120 hours of supervised driving with a supervisor or licensed driving instructor. There are two ways you can record your hours:

    • the paper log book – given to you when you get your learner licence, or
    • one of the digital log book apps accepted by Transport for NSW and Service NSW.

    Only apps Transport for NSW accepts are:

    • L2Plaunch. From 29 February 2024 L2P will no longer be accepted by Transport for NSW as an official app for submitting learner log book hours.
    • Licence Readylaunch
    • Roundtriplaunch.

    When you finish your required log book hours, use the app to submit your driving hours online at least 48 hours before your driving test.

    Please note: Transport for NSW is moving to a single log book app model with Roundtrip being the only official app accepted in future.

    When you finish your 120 log book hours, use the app to electronically submit your driving hours to Service NSW. Make sure you do this at least 48 hours before the driving test to ensure your information is transferred. If you plan to sit the driving test on your 17th birthday, you need to contact appsinfo@transport.nsw.gov.aulaunch and advise you will be submitting your log book on the day of your test.

    Exemptions: You do not have to complete a NSW Learner Driver Log Book if you:

    • are 25 or over
    • previously held a NSW or interstate driver licence (other than a learner licence)
    • previously held an overseas licence (other than a learner licence)
    • hold an overseas licence (other than a learner licence) and are issued with a learner licence after failing one driving test
    • are specifically exempted by Transport for NSW.

    Recognising interstate experience

    If you’ve held a learner licence in another Australian state or territory, well recognise the hours you've logged in an interstate learner driver log book.

    You will need to provide evidence of your driving hours when applying for a NSW learner licence.

    3 for 1 bonus hours in your log book.

    When you have a structured lesson with a driving instructor, you may be able to record bonus driving time in your log book.

    This initiative allows you to log multiple hours when a structured driving lesson is completed.

    Important information: Log Book Diving Lessons 1=3 Bonus Hours:

    • Driving with a licensed NSW driving instructor – you can record triple the time of your lesson in your log book. For example, if you have a 1-hour lesson, you can log 3 hours of driving practice.
    • Applying bonus hours – a maximum of 10 hours with a driving instructor can be applied. This means that you can only log up to 20 bonus hours.
    • Number of lessons you can have – there is no limit to how many lessons you can have with a driving instructor. There is only a limit on the number of bonus hours you can log for those lessons.
    • Driving lessons at night – if you have a driving lesson at night, the bonus hours do not count towards your ‘night driving hours’ in your log book. They can only count as daytime driving hours. Night hours should be the hours between sunset and sunrise. When driving night hours making sure drive around after 7 PM during winter and after 8:30-8:45 PM during summer time.
    • Lessons with an interstate instructor – the 3 for 1 bonus hours only apply when you drive with instructors who are licensed in NSW. If the instructor doesn’t hold a NSW instructor licence, you cannot log the extra driving time.

    Who can supervise a learner driver?

    To supervise a learner, you must hold a current full Australian driver licence. Both a supervisor and a learner driver can be fined if the supervisor does not have a full Australian licence.

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