A definitive driving licence is needed before you drive on the road without a supervisor (Co-driver). This keeps everyone safe on the road. A definitive driving licence requires passing a practical driving test.
Who can apply for a definitive driving licence?
You must be 18 and above, have a valid provisional driving licence and have taken driving courses.
What is the practical driving test?
The practical driving test is conducted in the presence of a testing officer, who assess your driving skills in a more complex situation and different road conditions, your ability to detect hazard and safe driving behaviour. To pass the test, you need to obtain 100% marks.
When you feel you are ready, you will need:
Is any motor-vehicle accepted?
The testing officer will check your moto-vehicle before the test to ensure it is roadworthy. They will check things like:
A moto-vehicle that cannot pass the inspection will not be allowed in the practical driving test.
Note: For the moment, automatic cars and electronic bikes are not allowed to be used in the practical test.
What next after the practical driving test?If you pass the test
You can re-apply for another practical test. You will have to pay for the test again with an application fee as previously done.