Can P platers drive drunk passengers?

Can P platers drive drunk passengers?

No it isn’t, at least in NSW. There is no law in NSW that makes it illegal to have an open alcohol container in your, and no law that prevents a passenger from drinking alcohol. Of course it’s legal, thats what designated drivers are for.

Can P platers use maps on phone?

P-platers will have to buy expensive navigation devices to receive GPS directions while driving after the state government banned mobile phone use, including map applications, for all provisional drivers.

What is the problem with texting and driving?

Texting while driving is 6x more likely to cause an accident than driving drunk. Answering a text takes away your attention for about five seconds. Traveling at 55 mph, that’s enough time to travel the length of a football field. Texting while driving causes a 400 percent increase in time spent with eyes off the road.

What is the fastest P plate legal car?

Fastest P Plate Legal Cars In 2016/2017. – Ideas for cars in NSW, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia.

  • Toyota Supra JZA80 – 164kW (non-turbo)
  • Nissan 300ZX Z32 – 166kW (non-turbo)
  • Honda S2000 – 177kW.
  • Honda Integra TypeR (DC5) – 150kW.
  • Nissan Skyline R34 GT – 147kW (non-turbo)
  • Toyota Celica – 142kW.

Can you use your phone while parked?

You can use a mobile phone held in your hand if you are legally parked. Parked means stopped with the intention of staying at that place.

Can Red P platers listen to music?

P-Platers aren’t allowed to listen to music on Bluetooth whilst driving.

Can you drive at night as a learner?

Rules for learning to drive You must be supervised when you’re learning to drive a car. This can be by a driving instructor or someone else who meets the rules, for example family or friends. The car you learn in must display ‘L’ plates. You can drive at any time, day and night.

What documents are required for LL test?

Documents Required for Learning License

  • Form 1 (physical fitness declaration)
  • Form 1 A (Medical certificate by certified doctor, for commercial license and if applicant’s age is above 50 years)
  • Form No.
  • Address proof.
  • Age Proof.
  • Multiple passport-size photographs.

What if I fail in DL test?

If you happen to have failed the DL test, you must collect your application and documents and leave. You can appear for the test again after 7 days. You will need to pay the test fees when you appear for the re-test.

Can P platers use Bluetooth phone?

It is now against the law for P1 and P2 licence holders in NSW to use their phones in any way while they are driving. The new law means no P-Plater can talk on their phone even if it is connected to a Bluetooth handsfree systems. Even using the phone on speaker in your lap is illegal.

Why do you pledge not to text and drive?

______I PLEDGE NOT TO TEXT AND DRIVE because it’s like driving after having 4 beers. an average of 5 seconds. At 55 MPH, it is like driving the length of a football field completely blind.

How long are you on your red PS for?

18 months

Can Red P drive at night?

P1 drivers under 25 are not permitted to drive with more than one passenger under 21 between the hours of 11pm and 5am. P1 or P2 drivers who are issued with a new licence after a period of being disqualified from driving, will for 12 months only be allowed to carry one passenger.

Can you drink water while driving?

There is currently no law in any Australian jurisdiction against eating food or drinking non-alcoholic beverages while driving.

Can P platers use Navman?

From December 1, it will be against the law for provisional licence holders in NSW to use their phones in any way while driving. This includes using voice-activated GPS apps while the phone is secured to a hands-free cradle. No, really.

How fast can a learner driver go?

Learner drivers will be allowed to travel 10km/h faster at speeds of 90km/h and have the option of reducing their supervised driving hours from 120 to 80.

How do you convince someone to not text and drive?

It should be factual: Explain why it is dangerous to the distracted driver and to others. It should highlight the pointlessness: No one will care about your Facebook post if you die (or kill someone else) while posting it. It should be nice: Don’t try to shame anyone or prove how much better you are with your comments.

Can P platers drive with a baby?

P1 drivers under the age of 25 can only carry 1 passenger under the age of 21 between 11pm and 5am (there are some exemptions). Provisional P2 drivers who receive a suspension for unsafe driving behaviour must stay on their licence for an extra 6 months for every suspension they receive.

Can learners drive alone?

Learner drivers can only drive the motor training school’s vehicle under the supervision of a trained driver with a permanent driving licence. The offence of a learner who drives alone or drives a private car is akin to that of one who drives without a licence. Driving without a licence attracts a penalty of Rs 450.

How many people die a year from texting and driving?

1.6 Million crashes happen every year because of someone using a phone while driving. About 14% of all fatal crashes involve some sort of cell phone use. Around 390,000 injuries happen yearly from accidents caused by texting & driving.

Can a red P plater drive a V8?

From 1 August 2014, there are new rules allowing P plate drivers to drive a wider range of turbo, supercharged or V8 vehicles. That’s around an extra 6500 vehicle models you will be able to choose from. Some vehicles are still banned, but these are high performance and risky in your first few years of driving.

Is holding your phone while driving illegal?

Using your cell phone while driving is not only dangerous, but also illegal. In California, you cannot use a cell phone or similar electronic communication device while holding it in your hand. You can only use it in a hands-free manner, such as speaker phone or voice commands, but never while holding it.

Can a passenger use a mobile phone?

NSW: If a passenger is using a phone which has a display that’s visible to the driver, the penalty is $344 and three demerit points, or $457 and four demerit points if the offence happens in a school zone. ACT: Passengers are legally permitted to use their phones while another person is driving.

Can I get DL without LL?

You cannot legally drive on Indian roads without a learner’s licence. To learn driving, you must first get a learner’s licence specific to the class of the vehicle you are learning to drive or ride. To get a permanent driving licence, it’s mandatory to first procure a learner’s licence.

How can I pass my driving test fast?

How to pass your driving test first time

  1. Practice driving a lot – then practice some more. As the saying goes, practice makes perfect.
  2. Know what to expect in your driving test.
  3. Learn from other people’s mistakes.
  4. Visit the driving test centre before your test.
  5. Prepare to the hilt.
  6. Breathe through your nerves.