Driver's licence application after cancellation
If your WA driverís licence has been cancelled due to an alcohol or drug related offence or for any other reason you will need to apply for a new driverís licence before you can drive again.
- Option A: Medical before cancellation ends
- Option B: Medical after cancellation ends
- Option C: After cancellation ends (for other reasons)
Get a driver's licence or upgrade
Find out what steps you need to take to get your first Western Australian driver's licence, or to apply for an additional class. Here you can also find out how to obtain a bus driver's licence (F extension) or a taxi driver's licence (T extension).
- About your new driver's licence
- Driver and rider eyesight standards
- Get a bus driver's licence
- Get a taxi driver's licence
- Get your first driver's licence
- Upgrade your driver's licence
Graduated demerit points
Safer drivers mean safer roads for all Western Australians. To achieve this, the Government has introduced a Graduated Demerit Point system for Novice Drivers.Go to Graduated demerit points
Interstate & overseas drivers
Find out about driving on your overseas or interstate licence in Western Australia (WA). Different rules apply to visitors and permanent residents from overseas or interstate. Here you can also find out about using your WA licence when travelling.
- Apply for a WA driver's licence (interstate licence holders)
- Apply for a WA driver's licence (overseas licence holders)
- Driving overseas or interstate
- Visiting from interstate
- Visiting from overseas
Licence restrictions & conditions
Your Western Australian driverís licence may include restrictions and conditions that are represented by codes on the back of your licence. Find out what the codes mean and how to remove a restriction from your licence.Go to Licence restrictions & conditions
Renew or replace your licence or permit
The quickest way to renew your W.A. driver's licence is online, however there are other methods. Here you can find out when your driver's licence is due for renewal, how to renew it, and how to replace a damaged, lost or stolen licence or permit .
- Renew your driver's licence or learner's permit
- Replace your driver's licence or learner's permit document
- Senior licence renewals 80-84
- Senior licence renewals 85+
Reporting a medical condition
If you have a medical condition and/or take any medication that may affect your ability to drive, you must notify the Department. Here you will find examples of medical conditions you should report and what conditions may be applied to your licence.Go to Reporting a medical condition