Automatic transmission vehicles – You are restricted to driving an automatic or clutchless manual transmission vehicle if tested in one.
Zero Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) – You cannot have any alcohol in your system when you drive a vehicle.
Demerit points – If you incur 4 or more demerit points during the term of your licence, action will be taken to suspend the licence. Note that demerit points may carry over to your P2 licence.
Display of P plates – P plates (red P on a white background) must be clearly displayed on the front and back of the vehicle.
Licence class – You can only drive cars and/or motorcycles.
Passengers – The one passenger condition applies to provisional licence holders disqualified for a driving offence. After the disqualification period, you will be restricted to carrying no more than one passenger at all times while driving, for 12 months.
Seatbelts – You must ensure all occupants, including yourself, are in a seat that has a seatbelt or an approved restraint fitted and that each passenger is using the seatbelt or restraint.
Speed limit – You must not drive faster than 90 km/h and must observe the speed limit where it is below 90 km/h.
Supervising a learner – You must not supervise a learner driver.
Towing – You are allowed to tow light trailers up to 250 kilograms unloaded weight.
– You must not drive any vehicle with:
Eight or more cylinders.
A turbocharged or supercharged engine (diesel powered engines exempt).
Modifications that increase engine performance.
Any other vehicle identified by Roads and Maritime Services (replacing Roads and Traffic Authority) – further details available on Roads and Maritime Services (replacing Roads and Traffic Authority) website.
Please note exemptions may apply.