COVID-19 update: If you are planning to go into a Service Centre, check the opening times before you visit. 

Our online transactions are available 24/7. For assistance visit COVID-19.

Driver testing: bookings update

We are currently receiving a high level of enquiries about driver testing availability.

  • All available appointments are published in the booking system.
  • Our contact centre cannot provide any other appointment options.
  • You may find an available booking by choosing another service centre near you or by checking again in a few days.

You must wear a face mask during your test and comply with COVID-19 vaccination requirements. For details, visit Driver testing and COVID-19.

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The Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) is the first stage in the licensing process. You must pass the DKT to get your learner driver licence.

To practise for the DKT, you can:

  • download a document that includes questions you could be asked during the DKT, and/or
  • view a demonstration test online.

To download a DKT practise document

  • visit Driver licensing publications
  • select the 'Show files' button next to 'Driver Knowledge Test Question Banks'
  • select the document you need for your car, rider or heavy vehicles driver knowledge test.

You can also practise online or download the app for iPhone or Android.

When you're ready to take your DKT test, make a booking to visit a service centre. 

When you visit a service centre, you'll need to prove your identity

Fee waivers

Note: You may be eligible to take the DKT for free if you are:

  • required to operate a class LR, MR, HR or HC vehicle and are employed by or volunteer with the:
    • State Emergency Service (SES)
    • NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS), or
    • NSW Volunteer Rescue Association (VRA).
  • a participant in the Driver Licensing Access Program
  • undertaking the DKT within a Correctional Centre or Juvenile Justice Centre.
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