Rider full licence
Once you’ve held your provisional P2 rider licence for at least two years, you can apply for a full rider licence.
Getting a full rider licence
To apply for your full rider licence, you must have held your provisional P2 rider licence for at least 2 years.
If you’re over 25, you may be exempt from the P2 licence stage – see P2 rider licence for information.
Note: If you hold a licence from another Australian state or territory, or from overseas, see Moving to NSW for information about converting your licence to a NSW equivalent.
There are no course or test requirements when applying for a full rider licence. You need to attend a registry or service centre in person and:
- Complete a Licence Application form
- Provide your P1 or P2 rider licence, as proof of your identity
- Pass an eyesight test (if required)
- Pay the licence fee.
Once you pay the required fee, your photo will be taken. Your licence card will be posted to you. You’ll receive a temporary paper licence, which you can use to ride, until your new card arrives.