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PETITION: Push for learners test to be put online

Tom Elliott
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A push for the Victorian learner permit test to be moved online is gaining momentum.

It’s currently been suspended because of the coronavirus.

As it stands, applicants have to attend a VicRoads office to complete the test on a computer.

It’s claimed that could easily be made available online at home, with learner drivers to bring their test with them when they come to get a photo for their licence.

There are concerns about a significant backlog once restrictions are eased, given that was already an issue before the pandemic began.

David Doherty has started a petition, which has gained parliamentary support.

You can sign it here.

He spoke with Tom Elliott on 3AW Drive.

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