Here you will find services relating to Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) in Western Australia.
General licensing enquiry: 131156
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DoT is responsible for marine safety, marine environment protection and coastal facilities.
Integrated state-wide transport planning and major transport infrastructure projects.
DoT is responsible for regulating the taxi, tour and charter industry.
Phone: 1300 660 147
Fax: (08) 9218 3661
Email Passenger Services
Bringing together the Department's cycling and walking activities and behaviour change programs
The DoT is responsible for rail functions including safety, coordination and planning, this section also provides information about the movement and management of heavy vehicles in WA.
Rail safety contacts
DoT is the key coordinating and advisory body on state aviation related matters.
Aircraft licensing: email
Find out what steps you need to take to get a licence to drive a car (C Class vehicle) in Western Australia.
To start learning to drive you have to get a learner's permit by passing the theory test. Your learner's permit is valid for three years.
Learn to drive a car or ride a motorcycle - learn the skills you need to become a safe driver.
Once you have completed a minimum 25 hours of supervised driving experience, you can take the practical driving assessment (PDA).
Once you pass your practical driving assessment you need to complete a further minimum of 25 supervised driving hours over at least six months.
You must pass the hazard perception test (HPT) before you can get your provisional licence.
Once you have passed the hazard perception test (HPT) you will be granted a provisional licence and able to drive unsupervised.
Personally teaching your child or someone to drive.
Learner activities and resources, Hazard Perception Test simulator and road rules theory test quiz.
Find out about learner driver fees in Western Australia and how to make a payment.
If your Western Australian learner's permit has been lost, stolen, damaged you can apply for a replacement.