The TAC L2P Program exists to help young learner drivers gain experience and confidence driving on Victorian roads. It is also an opportunity for young people to interact with positive adult roles models and a way for adults to give back to the community.
The TAC L2P Program is currently seeking eligible learner drivers who need help getting driving experience.
How does it work?
To participate in the program, you need to be a 16-21-year-old learner driver. If accepted, you will be matched with a fully-licensed volunteer driver who will spend the time to help you get as much driving practice as you need. Drivers and learners will need to spend a minimum of one hour per week.
Learner drivers will practice in a program-dedicated vehicle to achieve the mandatory 120+ hours of driving experience, and receive up to seven lessons with a professional driving instructor. However, the driving test cost is not covered by the program.
Please note that this program is not a driving school, but is here to assist learners that otherwise would not be able to practice driving. The program aims to encourage young drivers to become safe and confident on the roads, in an effort to reduce the road toll of Victoria.