How COVID-19 restrictions affect NSW roads users
Learn how coronavirus public health orders impact where you can go on and what is open, closed or restricted for road users.
Driving and travel plans
Planning a trip these July school holidays? Travel to regional NSW for a holiday is now allowed.
To help stop the spread of COVID-19, NSW Driver Reviver sites will be closed, but rest areas remain open. Make sure you wash your hands thoroughly and practise physical distancing of 1.5 metres when visiting rest areas.
Travelling to or entering NSW from interstate
Under the new public health order, anyone who has been in Victoria within the last 14 days must not enter NSW unless they are exempt or they have a border entry permit.
Returning NSW residents will be required to go into 14 days of self-isolation. There will be provisions in place for residents of border regions, such as Albury-Wodonga.
Learn more about NSW border restrictions or apply for an entry permit.
if your learner rider licence expires between 11 March 2020 and 11 September 2020 and you have a certificate of competency, you are eligible for a free 6 month renewal. Visit Service NSW to find out more.
Driver tests, mobility parking and other transactions
Practical driving tests
NSW driving tests have recommenced after being postponed for 3 months. See Driver testing and COVID-19.
Knowledge tests, booked appointments and other transactions have also temporarily changed to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Check how these changes affect you.
If we have your photo on file, you can apply for, replace or renew a 5-year MPS permit online. If your photo is not in our database, you can still apply online for a 6-month temporary permit. Visit Service NSW for full details.
Booked appointments and other transactions have temporarily changed to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Visit Service NSW to see how this might affect you.