The Q-SAFE practical driving test, introduced on 29 June 2015, enhances the driving test by placing an emphasis on high-risk manoeuvres and safe behaviours including:
- Zero tolerance to speeding.
- Appropriate following distances.
- Turns at a variety of intersections.
- Appropriate hazard perception.
- High speed merging or entering a high-speed area.
You are more likely to pass the Q-SAFE practical driving test if you have at least 100 hours of supervised experience driving in a broad range of situations and conditions.
Continue reading the Your Guide to the Q-SAFE: Practical Driving Test Summary:
Check out the other QLD Driving Test resources available to help you pass the Q-SAFE Practical Driving Test and get your provisional P1 licence (Red Ps) or, if 25 or over, P2 provisional licence (Green Ps):