Obtain a Driving Licence (Private Car and Light Goods Vehicle)

  • You have to be at least 18 years old.
  • You are physically fit to drive.
  • If you have any physical disabilities, you may have to attend the driving ability assessment before applying for a driving test.

More about obtaining a driving licence

Driving test requirements:

  1. Written test (Part A Test) on the Road Users' Code; and
  2. Road test (Part B Test and Part C Test)

Guide to Private Car and Light Goods Vehicle Driving Test (PDF file)


If you want to take a driving test, you have to apply for a driving test form in order to make a driving test appointment.

Guidance on application for driving tests


If you are a repeater, you can make your appointment online.

Online booking for driving tests

  • If you want to apply for a learner's driving licence, you have to complete the application form TD555.
  • You can learn driving in a government designated driving school or with a private driving instructor after obtaining a learner's driving licence.
  • Learner’s driving licence is valid for 12 months from the date of issue. You may consider applying for the learner’s driving licence right before your driving training.

Guidance on application for a learner's driving licence

  • You are eligible to apply for a probationary driving licence within 3 years from the date of passing the driving tests.
  • You have to complete a mandatory 12-month probationary driving period before you can apply for a full driving licence.
  • You are required to apply for a full driving licence within 3 years from the date of your completion of the probationary driving period.

Guidance on application for a probationary driving licence

More on probationary driving licence scheme

Guidance on application for a full driving licence

Summary table of driver licensing requirement

Fees of driving licence TD341 (PDF file)

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