- How much does it cost to sit your restricted?
- What Colour is a restricted Licence?
- How long does a restricted Licence last NZ?
- How much is it to sit your full Licence NZ?
- Can you drive a manual car with an automatic restricted Licence NZ?
- Is the driving age changing in NZ 2020?
- What happens if you get caught with passengers on your restricted?
- How do I get a restricted Licence in NZ?
- Can you drive your siblings on your restricted?
- Can you drive passengers on your restricted?
- Who can you drive on your restricted NZ?
How much does it cost to sit your restricted?
New or additional class of licenceApplication feeTest fee1 *Restricted licence (class 1 or 6)$48.20$86.602Full licence (class 1 or 6)$49.60$59.902Learner licence (class 2 to 5)$48.20$45.70Full licence (class 2 to 5)$49.60$59.9035 more rows.
What Colour is a restricted Licence?
Regular driver’s licences for learner, restricted and full are blue, yellow and green respectively.
How long does a restricted Licence last NZ?
5 yearsIn 2014, learner and restricted car or motorcycle driver licences were limited to 5 years. However, in November 2019, the Government agreed to an automatic 2-year extension for drivers holding a current 5-year learner or restricted car or motorbike licence that expires between 1 December 2019 and 1 December 2021.
How much is it to sit your full Licence NZ?
To apply for a full licence costs $109.50 in total – $49.60 for the application fee and $59.90 for the test fee.
Can you drive a manual car with an automatic restricted Licence NZ?
If you sat your restricted test in a manual car, you may drive either a manual or an automatic car. It will be indicated on your licence whether you have passed your restricted test on an automatic or a manual car. If you have passed your full licence test, you’re allowed to drive both automatic and manual cars.
Is the driving age changing in NZ 2020?
The minimum legal age for learner drivers licence goes up from 15 to 16 on 1 August. The Transport Agency says the change was needed as New Zealand’s death rate for 15 to 17-year-olds on the road is the highest in the OECD. It says the age increase will save about five lives per year.
What happens if you get caught with passengers on your restricted?
It’s a 4 demerit point penalty, which means an automatic 3 month license suspension. – Between 11pm and 5am, red P platers under 25 years old can only carry 1 passenger under the age of 21. You might be able to apply for an exception for work, family, or volunteering reasons – click here for details.
How do I get a restricted Licence in NZ?
What you need to know about your Restricted LicenceYou must be at least 16½ years old to get your Restricted Licence.You must also have held your Learner Licence for at least 6 months.You can drive on your own between 5am and 10pm.Between 10pm and 5am you must have a supervisor.More items…
Can you drive your siblings on your restricted?
Source: Ministry of Transport. Remember: drivers with a restricted licence must not drive with passengers* unless there is a supervising driver (who has had their full licence for 2 years or more) seated in the front passenger seat. Restricted licence drivers cannot legally give lifts to their brothers/ sisters.
Can you drive passengers on your restricted?
Restricted licence You can drive on your own between 5am and 10pm . You must not carry passengers unless you have a supervisor with you.
Who can you drive on your restricted NZ?
If you’re driving without a supervisor, you can only take a passenger if they are: your spouse or partner (for example the person you live with as if you’re married or in a civil union) a child who is financially dependent on you or your spouse (for example you’re their parent or guardian) your parent or guardian.