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Learn How To Drive

Learn to drive

Do you want to get your driver's licence? Or does the thought of being behind the wheel scare you? Fight your fears and enhance every area of your life through this essential skill.

According to the Western Cape Government website you can study in one or more of the following ways:

· Study the K53 book , which you can buy or borrow from one our public libraries.
· When you are out and about, try to properly identify road markings and signs. Don’t be afraid to ask a driver to explain a rule or road sign.

· Go over practice test papers and mock tests that are available online.

Once you have your learner’s licence, you may drive the type of vehicle that your licence is valid for, but you need to have a licensed driver with you at all times.

Your learner’s licence will be valid for two years during which time you will need to learn to drive and book your drivers licence appointment.

Bookings must sometimes be made well in advance as some traffic departments have long waiting lists due to high volumes of applications.

You will be permitted to apply for your licence exam as many times as you want during the two years, however you will be required to a pay an application fee for every appointment.

You will also need to ensure that the vehicle used for the test is roadworthy.

This assessment can be extremely stressful, but if you do not pass your learner's or driver's licence the first time don't give up.

Call or visit your local traffic department to get information about the application process or read more about applying for your learner’s licence.

How to convert your foreign driving licence to a South African one CLICK Here







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