More licence info on expanded site

05 Jul 2013

Whether you’re learning to drive, supervising a learner, or wanting to learn to drive a heavy vehicle, the expanded MyLicence website is a one-stop shop on licensing and road safety information.

The enhanced website has been designed to accommodate the increasing use of smart phones, tablets, and social media.

The website includes the popular Drivers Handbook and practice Learner’s Theory Test, and is now compatible with smart phones and tablets, including social media links to Facebook and Twitter.

During the past 12 months, the MyLicence website has had more than one million page views, and more than 466,000 visitors.

The most frequently visited pages are the P1 and learner licence pages, together with the road rules page. Pre-learner drivers also visit the site to practice the learners’ theory test.

Other road users can also take advantage of the enhanced website, including motorcyclists and heavy vehicle drivers.

Road users can subscribe to regular email updates on the latest road safety and licensing information, including updates on the proposed changes to the Graduated Licensing Scheme.

For more information visit or the MyLicence Facebook page

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