Step 1—submit your logbook
If you are under 25, you will need to submit your learner logbook at anyAustralia Post office. TMR will then contact you to let you know whether your logbook has passed. You can choose to be notified by phone, SMS or email. It will take at least 12 business days for TMR to receive and process your logbook.
If you use the RACQ electronic logbook, you must submit it the same way as the hardcopy logbook—print it out, sign the declaration and submit it at any Australia Post office.
Make sure you sign the declaration in front of a witness who can verify your signature and your driver licence number.
Note: If you are over 25 years old you do not need to submit a logbook.
Step 2—book your practical driving test
If you are over 25, or once you know that your logbook has passed, you can book your Q-SAFE practical driving test.
book and pay online
book and pay over the phone (call 13 23 90, Monday–Friday, 8am–5pm)
pay the booking fee at a customer service centre and then book your test over the phone (call 13 23 90, Monday–Friday, 8am–5pm)
pay the booking fee at a customer service centre and then have your driver trainer book the test for you.
learn about the practical driving test, what it involves and what to bring.
Taking the Practical Test Drive
arrive at least 10 minutes before your appointment time for your driving test
complete an application form (PDF, 90KB)
organise a registered motor vehicle that meets the standard test vehicle requirements for the class of licence you are applying for. Note: The registered operator must authorise the use of the test vehicle by signing the application form.
bring your current Queensland learner licence with you. If you hold a foreign driver licence, you will need to provide additional evidence of identity documents
correctly display L plates.
You will need to pay for your P1 or P2 provisional licence at a customer service centre immediately after passing your practical driving test.