Driving on your P plates
Find out the rules for driving or riding on your provisional licence.
Once you pass your practical driving assessment (PDA), you will be issued with your provisional licence – also known as your ‘P plates.’
You will be on a provisional licence for 2 years.
Once you have your provisional licence, you can drive without a supervising driver or rider.
Rules for P platers
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While driving or riding on your P plates, you must also:
- follow the Western Australian road rules
- have a blood alcohol content of 0.00%
- not drive between midnight and 5AM for the first 6 months of your provisional licence (exemptions may apply upon application).
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