How does a learner get 120 hours if they don’t have access to a car or supervising driver?

The state-wide L2P program can help but has too few cars.

Together with Bendigo bank, we donated one.

L2P learner driver mentor program

The VicRoads L2P – Learner Driver Mentor Program assists learners under 21 years of age, who do not have access to a supervising driver or vehicle, to gain the driving experience required to apply for a probationary licence.

About the Program

Young people are matched with fully licensed volunteer mentors and have access to a sponsored vehicle, which they can use to get supervised driving experience. L2P is free for eligible young people and is funded by the Transport Accident Commission.

The Program does not substitute for professional driving lessons and L2P does not pay for the probationary driving test itself.

The car donated by Bendigo Bank and Sandringham Rotary Club is managed by Melbourne City Mission.