What is TAC L2P Program?
The TAC L2P Program is a statewide program funded by the TAC that matches young learner drivers with supervising driver mentors. The program is managed by DIVRS in the Darebin area.
The purpose of the program is to enable the learner driver to meet the mandated 120 hours of driving practice required to gain a probationary licence.
The program contributes to improved road safety, increased access to education and employment, and enhanced community engagement for young people and mentors.
The program is free to learners under 21 years of age who do not have access to a vehicle or supervising driver.
Learners are matched with fully licenced volunteer mentor drivers who have undertaken a thorough selection and training process.
Participants are also eligible for up to 7 professional driving lessons from a registered driving instructor.
To be eligible for the TAC L2P Program you need to:
· Be aged between 16 and 20 years of age.
· Hold a current learner’s permit.
· Not have access to either a vehicle or a supervising driver.
Please note that priority will be given to disadvantaged young people.
To become a volunteer mentor driver you need to:
· Be aged over 21 years.
· Hold a current full Victorian driver’s licence.
· Be able to commit to 2 hours per week of volunteering.
· Have a Police check, licence check and Working With
If you are interested in the program, please submit an enquiry email via button below or feel free to visit us during opening hours.
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