Getting Your L's

The first step in obtaining a Learner license is to turn 16 (easy part). After this, you will be eligible to take the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) and gain a Learner license.

Before even booking your DKT with RMS, you should make sure you have a copy of the Road Users Handbooks and have gone through them thoroughly. It is also recommended that you get a copy of the Getting your driver license brochure so you know what having a license will mean for you.

Once you get your learners licence you are ready to get some practical driving lessons. And what better place to start your learning experience with Leyla Driving School!

In the mean time, pay close attention to the driver as a passenger and try to learn as much as possible instead of fiddling with the radio.

When you've passed

Congratulations on a job well-done! You’re now a step closer to receiving you’re provisional licence (P1).

If you’re under the age of 25, you will need to log 120 hours of driving over at least 12 month before you can attempt the test for your P1 licence. To make this easier, the Roads and maritime services provides you with a log book to record your hours accurately.

Learner's above 25 years of age are exempted from completing the learner driver log book.

Did you know?

A 1 hour lesson with an instructor from Leyla Driving School now counts for 3 hours in the learner driving logbook. That means receiving 10 hours driving tuition from Leyla Driving School can be recorded as 30 hours in the driver log book!

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