From July 1, learner drivers will be allowed to travel 10km/h faster at speeds of 90km/h and have the option of reducing their supervised driving hours from 120 to 80.
The state government changes will allow young drivers to trade off 40 hours of supervised driving in exchange for 10 hours of professional lessons and a safe driver course. Learners who don't take the option will still need to complete 120 hours of supervised driving.
Roads Minister Duncan Gay said that from July 1, learners would be allowed to travel up to 90km/h instead of 80km/h.
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