Say goodbye to paper log books!

VicRoads response to restricted postcodes July 2020

The Victorian Government has announced stay at home directions for Melbourne’s restricted postcodes. There are only four reasons for those in the restricted postcodes to leave home - shopping for food and supplies, care and caregiving, exercise, study and work – if you can’t do it from home. 

As an essential Government Service VicRoads will continue our operations, while strengthening our already stringent hygiene protocols and safe operating procedures, particularly within restricted postcodes. 

Our Customer Service Centre at Broadmeadows is located within a coronavirus (COVID-19) priority testing suburb and is offering limited services only. Additional safety measures, including temperature checks and recording customer details for contact tracing, will be in place. Customers who have an appointment scheduled at Broadmeadows will be contacted to reschedule or postpone their appointment.

Please continue to conduct your business with us online or by phone wherever possible, and only attend a Customer Service Centre if your matter is urgent.

Learn more

We want to keep everyone safe on our roads. So, we’ve created an app to help learner drivers form safe driving behaviours, and prepare them for solo driving.

The app is great for supervisors too, who can help keep learners on track and approve their hours.

You can also visit the myLearners website, where you’ll find top tips for lifelong safe driving behaviours.


Learning to drive can be exciting, but logging hours in a paper logbook? Not so much. 

With myLearners you’ll be able to:

  • log and track your hours on the app, no matter where you are
  • keep track of your progress as you work towards solo driving
  • use our website to help form lifelong safe driving behaviours.

MyLearners can help you become a safer driver, so you can get on the road safely.

Already using the paper log book? No problem

Learners who have a paper log book can continue to use it, or you can transfer your hours to myLearners the first time you log in to the app, it’s easy!

When you first log in myLearners, you'll be prompted to enter the total number of hours you’ve already completed driving (both day & night), as well as a separate single entry for all the night hours recorded in your paper learner log book.  Make sure you have these numbers ready to go, as you can only enter them once and you can’t edit them if you make a mistake!

Once you’ve transferred your hours over to the app, you can just use myLearners going forward. But make sure not to lose your paper log book, as you’ll still need to bring it in to be verified before your drive test.


Supervising a learner driver can be an exciting and emotional time. But with myLearners, you can partner with your learners to help them to practice and learn, safely.

With myLearners, you’ll be able to:

  • use our website to find ways to teach your learner lifelong safe driving behaviours
  • help keep your learner driver on track
  • easily approve their driving hours.

Supported Devices

The myLearners app is supported on devices running with iOS v11 or later and Android v6 or later.

You may need to run a software update to ensure your device is running on one of the above operating systems to work the app properly. 

Getting started using myLearners - FAQs

We're here for you

Have a question? We’re here to help! Call us on 1300 650 266.

Join the conversation on our Facebook group for:

  • driving tips
  • checklists
  • a safe place to ask questions about learning to drive
  • info on updates to the app.

We’ll be making the MyLearners app better by rolling out new updates often so make sure you keep up to date!


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