When you have a learner licence you must always drive with a supervisor. What is a supervisor? When you have a learner licence you must always drive with a supervisor. What is a supervisor?

  • A. A person over the age of 25 with a full New Zealand driver's licence of the same class that you are driving.

  • B. A person who has held a full New Zealand driver's licence for more than two years in the same class that you are driving

  • C. A person of any age who has had a restricted licence for at least six months in any class

  • D. A person over the age of 30 who has held any New Zealand driver's licence for two years or more

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    The correct answer is B
     
    Correct. A supervisor must have held a full New Zealand driver's licence for two years or more in the same class as the vehicle you are driving.
     
 
 
 

Driving restrictions when on a learner licence

To get a learner licence you'll have to practice and pass a theory test, which you can do for free on this website.

When you have a learner licence you must have a supervisor at all times and display L plates on your vehicle. You can drive most light vehicles (such as cars, vans and utes), all terrain vehicles, mopeds (but not motorbikes), and some agricultural vehicles.

You must carry your driver licence with you at all times when driving.

What is a supervisor?

A supervisor must have held a full NZ licence, or an equivalent overseas licence, for at least two years, and they must carry their licence while they are supervising you.

They will sit in the passenger seat next to you while you are driving so that they can help if you get into difficulties.

If you are learning to ride a moped and have a learner licence you must always display an L plate, must not carry passengers and must not ride between 10pm - 5am.

Once you've got your learner licence, use the Practice program to help accelerate your learning. You must hold your learner licence for at least 6 months before you can progress to a restricted licence.