TAC L2P Program is back on the road

The TAC L2P Program is up and running again in the Mount Alexander area.

Learner drivers have been waiting for government restrictions to be lifted so they can continue their learn-to-drive journey.

New COVID-19 protocols and procedures are in place to keep learners and mentors as safe as possible. L2P Coordinator, Lisa Cavallaro said learners and mentors have been keen to see the restrictions ease so they can resume their driving lessons.

“As well as limits on their driving activities, young people have been hit hard by the social restrictions and disruption to their schooling. It’s great to help them get back on track with the goal of getting their licence,” Lisa said.

New volunteers are always welcome but we are especially keen to hear from young learner drivers and places are available now.

The TAC L2P Program assists learners under 21 years of age, who do not have access to a supervising driver or vehicle, to gain the 120 hours driving experience required to apply for a probationary licence.

The TAC L2P Program improves road safety and safe driving practices and, for many young learners, it leads to education, employment, and the sense of achievement and independence that comes with a drivers licence.

The TAC L2P Program is funded by TAC and managed by the Department of Transport.

 

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