L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program
Please note the L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program has been postponed until further notice, in order to assist with reducing the coronavirus impact.
The L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program is a community based program providing on road driving experience to learner drivers who would otherwise find it difficult to accrue the minimum amount of experience required.
With the assistance of volunteer mentor driving supervisors, Council helps coordinate this program in Frankston City for young people who may otherwise have no access to a supervising driver or vehicle. This is a free service of eligible young people to help them gain the necessary skills to obtain their Probationary Licence.
Learner Drivers Selection Criteria
To join the L2P program, you:
- Must not have access to either a vehicle, a supervising driver, or both
- Must be between 16 and 21 years of age
- Must hold a current Learner's Permit
What the L2P Program can do for you
- The Frankston L2P Program will provide you with seven driving lessons with the RACV Drive School
- Match you up with a Mentor
- Provide use of the L2P Program Car
- Assist you with Driver Safety education and knowledge
The program does not substitute for professional driving lessons, and L2P does not pay for the probationary driving test itself.
Volunteer Drivers for L2P
Help young people in the local community by being a driving mentor one hour a week in the L2P program. The L2P learner driver mentor program is funded by the TAC and managed by VicRoads. Training, insurance and car provided.
- VicRoads - Read more about getting your Ps
- Lessons from the Road - Some useful videos for learners and their supervising drivers
- RACV Free2Go - Free road side assistance for young people
- Keys2Drive - Free driving lessons for all learners and their supervising drivers
- Drive Smart - Prepare for your licence and become a safer driver
If you meet these criteria, you or your parent, school or community group can contact:
L2P Project Officer
P. 03 9768 1313
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