COVID-19 and appointment bookings

Please read the important information below before making your appointment.

Check available appointments

Drive Tests, Hazard Perception Tests and Learner Permit Tests are currently in high demand. To avoid disappointment, please check which appointments are available at the Customer Service Centre you intend to book with before proceeding with your booking.

Latest update 26 November

Licence testing has re-opened

Licence testing has resumed across Victoria. COVIDSafe measures remain in place to allow the safe delivery of licensing services. 

You must wear a facemask when visiting any of our Customer Service Centres

Additional licence testing centres have been setup to offer more bookings and ensure these key services can resume safely as part of the roadmap to recovery. 

Hardship and special circumstances appointments will continue to be offered for eligible customers who would experience undue hardship as a result of not sitting a licence test.

Overseas licence holders

If you are an overseas licence holder, you can continue to drive on your overseas licence, as long as it is valid. To check how long you have to convert to a Victorian licence, go to Overseas driver licences and permits to learn more.

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.

We're currently experiencing high demand for licence test bookings.

Please wait at least 60 minutes before trying again.

Back to appointments

There are no licence test booking appointments available, as the allocation of appointments released this week has been exhausted.

Please do not call or visit VicRoads to try to gain an appointment. Additional licence testing appointments will be made available next Thursday.

If you would experience undue hardship as a result of not being able to access VicRoads’ services, you may be eligible to apply to VicRoads to undertake a priority licence test appointment.

Find out if you’re eligible to apply for a prioritised test.