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PrepL online learning and assessment

We are developing a new online learning and assessment program, designed to improve learner driver education, and give new drivers a safer start to their time on the road.

The new program, PrepL, is intended to replace the current 30-question paper-based written test for a class C learner licence. By focusing on developing safe behaviours and attitudes, it will ensure new drivers know the road rules, and understand the impact of the Fatal Five.

You'll be able to access PrepL at any time, on a compatible smartphone, tablet or computer. You will be able to complete the program at your own pace, and you will not have to come into a Department of Transport and Main Roads customer service centre to do the test, or pay to re-sit the test if you fail.

PrepL is currently in pilot phase being tested by students across Queensland. We are currently incorporating some final improvements to the program and preparing for a wider launch. We aim to have PrepL available to all Queenslanders by mid–2018.

Students from schools across Queensland have been participating in the pilot, providing feedback, and making sure PrepL suits their needs.

If you have any questions, please email the eLearnerDriver Project team.

Last updated
10 April 2018
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