Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by rta99699, Jun 17, 2013.
hi can some one tell me can a p plater drive a kombi in nsw. thanks rob
Definately....my son got his P's in his.....cheers, Mark
ok cool thanks.
Wait Mark. Its a trick question.
He is from Victoria.
I havent worked the trick out yet though. I will think about it.
...ahhh the old, " Mexican driving across the border on P-plates " trick....now I'm gettin' edgey......
I see a sensible young man who is wanting to either do a trip into NSW or moving interstate and checking on RTA requirements. Different states may have different regulations as to weights, engine sizes etc for vehicles driven by P platters as they do with motorcycles.
Enjoy your trip / move to NSW Rob.
Just remember that Provisional license holders can only do certain speeds in NSW (ie. A red P plater is restricted to 80 km/h and a green P plater 90 km/h)
Problem with the last 2 comments.
If he was sensible he would drive a camry.
And Kombi's can't go over 80 anyway! Well mine can't cause it is in M/PH:lol:
BTW- You can drive a Kombi in P plates in QLD too. Just incase you get this far up.
Goes on engine size, turbo's etc... I think.
Wouldn't it be nice if you had to know the road rules before you were issued a licence?
Infact it is, Red P plates is restricted to 90km/h and Green P is restricted to 100km/h.
Red P platers are only allowed 1 passenger under the age of 25 after I think 11pm.
Both are required to have a Zero BAC.
Sensible and Camrys do not normally go hand in hand in NSW, Every accident I see involves at least one.
"If ever I have trouble sleeping I just look at a picture of a Camry and I'm off" - Jeremy Clarkson
Ohh my bad! I had a feeling that's what it was, but I decided to go on the safe side and say 80km/h. ha!
80 is for the L players which
That's right! I remember going to NSW on my L's and having to abide to that rule!
And having to take your Mum to keep an eye on the speedo :lol: it's nice to see our young members are so sensible and responsible.
I remember getting my "L's", way back when, and having to watch all those rules...
Before that, I wasn't old enough to get the learners permit, and just kept up with traffic!
I did not get my licence till I was 24/25.
Made learning easy as. Not so many nerves.
Do you mean that you drove in NSW with a QLD permit? (They are only valid in the issuing state)
Yup! I even got pulled over a few times too, and nothing was said about it not being valid?
I went onto the Main Roads website before I drove in another state for the first time, and they only thing they mentioned was the speed limit you had to abide by in NSW.
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