NSW Graduated Licensing System

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The NSW Government first introduced the Graduated Licensing System (GLS) in 2000. Since then, there have been significant refinements to the scheme. To obtain a full driver license, young drivers must complete the following requirements:

New graduated licensing system

Call to review the GLS

All Australian States and Territories have some form of GLS in place with varying conditions and restrictions for young drivers. Given that it has been almost 20 years since the GLS was introduced in NSW, the NRMA believes that now is the time for an independent evaluation of the state's GLS.

To learn more about how the NRMA are advocating to help keep young drivers safe on our roads download the third report from our Road Safety Series, Come Home Safe

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