Drivers aged 17-20 are twice as likely to be involved in crashes that result in an injury or death. That’s what prompted the government to lengthen the driver learning process to a minimum of 3 years. The information in the Road Users’ Handbook is tested in the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) – the requirement to get your Ls.
Continue reading the Road Users’ Handbook Summary:
Check out the other resources available to help you pass the Driver Knowledge Test and get your learner licence (L plates):