Learners Test, 3 important steps to get your Learners License
Getting your Learners License is really not that difficult in South Africa. But there are a few steps you need to take to get it done. Note that you will not be able to skip any of these steps and it needs to be followed in this sequence as well. So here they are:
1. Booking the Test
- Go to a traffic department: Note that there are 2 different types of Learners Test. One is the OLD written test (Higher pass rate) and the second is the NEW computerized test (Lower pass rate).
- You need to take the following documents:
– South African ID/passport and a copy
– 4x Black+white ID photos
– R108 Application fee
- Get an application form (Form LL1) and complete section A,B and D.
- You will need to do an eye test and pass the test for your application to be approved. If you have glasses or contact lenses, you will need them for the eye test.
- You will then receive an Receipt with the closest available date and time to do the Learners License test. Please keep this Receipt in a safe place.
2. Prepare for the Test
- OLD written test: You will need to get study material from a driving school or your local CNA / PNA.
- NEW computerized test: Download study material at: http://www.enatis.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=73&Itemid=18
Download the “Learner Driver Manual”
3. Do the Test
- Report at the traffic department 30 minutes before the appointment time.
- You need to take the following with you:
– South African ID/passport
– R60 Issue fee
Once you have passed your Learners Test, you will receive a printed A4 copy of your Learners License and you need to keep it with you at all times.
For more information, contact our offices at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 082 367 5753 / 0861 488 863.
If you found value in this information, please share it to all your social media and email.