In 1968, the Convention on road traffic, ratified in 1977, further updated these agreements.. Other countries in Europe also introduced driving tests during the twentieth century, the last of them being Belgium where, until 1977, it was possible to purchase and hold a license without having to undergo a driving test.
Back in April 2017, we announced that the driving test will change from 4 December 2017. Following my last blog post, I've received a number of questions about the changes so I wanted to give you more information about how they'll work during test.
The Vehicle On Road Test will test your skills and knowledge as a safe and competent driver. Your test will take approximately 45 minutes and you will be required to demonstrate 5 low speed manoeuvres, (move off on a hill, angle park, U-turn, 3-point turn and reverse parallel park) as well as a general drive.
Your next step is to visit a Service NSW centre, submit your documents, and sit your Driver Knowledge Test (DKT). After you've passed your DKT - as well as a simple eyesight test - you'll be registered as a learner driver, and you'll be able to start driving.