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Online test booking service

This service allows you to book for a Driver Knowledge Test (DKT), Hazard Perception Test (HPT) and the Driving Test.

For more information about these tests, go to Licence tests where you can download the handbooks and use practice tests, to check your skills and knowledge before taking on the real thing.

For all the information you need to know about the NSW graduated licensing system go to Getting a licence.

We are aware of a third party website offering to book licence tests online. In addition to the fee we charge, this site charges additional fees to book a test. Customers need to be aware we do not have any connection with other websites or services and may be limited with our assistance if there is difficulty with the booking. We offer our own comprehensive online test booking service and recommend you use our online services to book your test.

Book a test  Change or cancel a test 

Please call the Contact Centre on 13 22 13 or attend or service centre to book any of the following tests as they cannot be booked online:

  • Aged, Deaf and Disabled driving tests
  • Instructor Knowledge test
  • Short Manual driving tests
  • Motorcycle tests in undeclared areas

For interpreter assisted tests (does not include driving tests), please attend a service centre in person to make a booking.

If you live in a declared area and want to book a pre-learner, pre-provisional course or Motorcycle Operators Skills Test, please contact your preferred Rider Training Centre.

Anyone interested in riding a three-wheeled motorcycle (trike) should talk with the Rider Training Centre, as some trikes are not accepted for the Pre-Learner and Pre-Provisional training and testing.

Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment (HVCBA)

For LR, MR, HR, HC and MC licence classes you may choose to obtain your licence under Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment

For general information on heavy vehicle licensing go to How to get a heavy vehicle driver licence.

  • Change your address

    You can change your address online, by telephone or by visiting a motor registry.

    Change address

  • Site Requirements

    We are improving accessibility to online services for hand-held and mobile devices by upgrading its system. Until this system upgrade is complete, it is advised that online services be accessed by a desktop or laptop computer.

    Find out more

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