In addition, Victoria allows P-platlers to drive certain Ford Ecoboost, Holden turbo and Nissan turbo vehicles (without exemption) provided they have a power-to-weight ratio identifier on the date of build plate (vehicles manufactured before January 1, 2010) indicating that they have less than 130 kW per tonne of power per weight. If you can keep the car as a treat for him once he can legally drive it with a full driver`s license. If he is only 15 years old, he still has a few years before he is on the P license plates (he must be 17), at this point the value of the SSV could be even higher and the insurance would be a huge price for such a car, even if he could actually drive it. Just make him wait 3 years to get a full license and have it as a reward, P-plattlers often do and the last thing they need is a car with as much power as a first car. The same rules apply in Victoria, except there is no blanket exemption for diesel vehicles and Victoria is also putting some high-performance six-cylinder naturally aspirated vehicles on the banned list. Some supercharged or turbocharged vehicles can be powered by a P-board. Here you can find the database for prohibited vehicles in Victoria and more general information about P licence plate vehicle restrictions can be found here. Restrictions on high-performance vehicles apply to Queenslander P1 and P2 licence holders under the age of 25 or over the age of 25 if returning from disqualification for a P1 or P2 test licence and who were under the age of 25 at the time of the offence. These restrictions apply for the remainder of the P-plate period, regardless of age. In South Australia, restrictions on heavy-duty vehicles are imposed on P-plattlers under the age of 25 who obtained their P1 driving licence on or after 4 September 2010 or who were disqualified on or after 4 September 2010 and who are driving with a P1 licence. My son is 15 years old and begs me to get my EV SSV for his first car. I`m fine, but we live in New South Wales, so it`s not legal. An idea of how I can get a release for him.
Keep in mind that the EV isn`t the only car I own. I have an Audi Q7 as an everyday driver There is another large group of cars that meet the 130 kW/ton rule but cannot be driven by a P-Plader. RMS`s list of restrictions for beginners and high-performance vehicles includes more than 600 vehicles that authorities deem too risky for young drivers. Recent changes to restrictions on P-licence plate vehicles in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia allow these drivers to drive a vehicle with a power-to-weight ratio of less than 130 kW per tonne. Restrictions on heavy-duty vehicles do not apply in South Australia to P badges who are 25 years of age or older or who have obtained their P1 or P2 licence before 4 September 2010. The only thing an SSV has that an SV6 doesn`t have are some trivial features and a V8 and P-platler engine shouldn`t have a V8. If the features are its argument, you get a 6 cyl Calais V. For vehicles from 1 January 2010, South Australian P-plate drivers will be able to drive almost anything at less than 130kW per tonne of power. The landscape of P-plattlers has changed, with some states limiting cars that can be driven according to a power calculation. Although the aim is to combat the over-representation of young drivers in road accidents, the rules themselves are far from simple. The list is not exhaustive; For example, if you are a P-pllater or a relative or friend of a P-plater who owns a classic Holden, the 1978 VB Holden Commodore 4.2 V8 is approved for a P-plater. However, if you want to drive vehicles very similar from 1979 to the VH Commodore series, they are not on the list.
As an SS driver, this is a terrible car for a P-Plattler. It`s a great car and I love mine, but there`s no good reason. When I was on my P`s, I thought I was invincible in a front-wheel drive 4cyl and took some stupid risks, which thankfully only led to a small accident, I wasn`t ready for a V8. I got my SS a week after getting my full driver`s license and I am a much more responsible and safe driver. In all of the above states, P-platlers are only allowed to drive vehicles modified by the manufacturer. There are exceptions in South Australia, such as Victoria, where turbocharged or turbocharged vehicles that have low horsepower and were designed for efficiency rather than power are allowed to drive for P-platlers. More information is available here. For Queensland, this means that a P-platler cannot drive: all vehicles with eight or more cylinders; gasoline vehicles with supercharger or turbocharger (forced diesel vehicles are allowed); all vehicles with a power greater than 210 kW; and all gyroscopes with a displacement greater than 1146cc. The list of registered vehicles can be found here and more details on vehicle restrictions for P-marking in Queensland can be found here. Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia have restrictions on P-plate vehicles, while P-tacklers in the ACT, Northern Territory, Western Australia and Tasmania are not restricted by performance restrictions. P license plate license holders in these states and territories can drive anything an unrestricted driver can do in the classroom with less than 4.5 tons of GVM driver`s license. The above states also offer exemptions for P badges that drive prohibited vehicles according to work requirements or if they have no choice but to drive such a car.
In most cases, an application must be made to the appropriate state road authority to apply for a permit in such circumstances. NSW`s 130 kW per tonne rule applies to almost all vehicles and therefore opens up the possibility for P-plattlers to drive forced induction vehicles or vehicles with eight or more cylinders – provided they meet the power/weight limit. Prior to August 2014, almost all of these cars were banned from P license plates. Exceptions that can be powered by a P-platler are: Suzuki Cappuccino 2D Cabriolet Turbo 3 657-698cc (1992-1997); Daihatsu Copen L880 2D Cabriolet Turbo 4,659cc (2003 or later); Smart Fortwo Coupe 2D Turbo 3,698cc (2000 or later); Smart Fortwo Cabriolet Turbo 3 2D 698cc (2000 or later); Smart Roadster Turbo 3 2D 698cc (2000 or higher); Toyota LandCruiser. Victorian P-platers can also drive vehicles under the club licence registration system (i.e. under the scheme for vehicles 25 years of age or older), unless the vehicle has different engine power changes than those made by the vehicle manufacturer. Some vehicles may not appear in the search or may be listed as « for examination ». This is because they can be older, newly launched or niche vehicles. If you need to drive a prohibited vehicle, you can apply for an exemption. Derogations shall be granted only in exceptional cases. Indeed, prohibited vehicles pose a high risk to drivers on their P. Currently, 1 user is browsing this thread.
(0 members and 1 guests) Note: You must notify Transport for NSW within 14 days if circumstances have changed that affect your exemption. This includes if you no longer need the exemption or if the exemption letter needs to be replaced. Additional charges may apply. As is often the case with such rules, they are subject to change and you will need to clarify what you are allowed to drive on your state`s road authority website. I would suggest that he drive an SV6 until he has the full driver`s license and can prove himself. Of course. When I was 18, I had a VT Series 1 SS 5.0L. I didn`t mind and I changed the brakes, suspension and tires to make it safer. You have never had a problem If you are looking for one of these vehicles, please contact us by phone at 13 22 13 or by e-mail. To find out which vehicles you can drive and which you can`t, use the P1 and P2 vehicle search. Search for P1 and P2 vehicles The heavy-duty vehicle restriction applies to all NSW P1 and P2 licence holders, even when driving on the motorway. The full list of approved and unapproved vehicles can be found here.
You can use any combination of the following vehicle details to perform a search: He likes the Calais V V6, but he`s used to the SSV. He has already driven him to my friends` farm. And with insurance, it`s currently 250 per year and it shouldn`t be more than my Q7 at 600 per year, right? I should check So what are you waiting for? It`s free and only takes a while, so sign up for an account today! The 130 kW/tonne rule in Queensland, Victoria and South Australia is more complicated as it only applies to vehicles built on or after 1 January 2010. For vehicles that have already been built, the previous prohibition rule continues to apply. If you hold a provisional P1 or P2 driving licence and want to check if you are allowed to drive a specific vehicle, you can do so online. An exception to the condition for prohibited vehicles applies if: The 130 kW per tonne rule means that the vehicle must not have more than 130 kW peak power per tonne of its own weight (unladen weight). This Regulation replaces the general prohibition, under all the above conditions, of all vehicles with forced induction and eight cylinders or more. Find out about the exemptions available for testing prohibited vehicles (FPCs) while driving with your horsepower. Transport for NSW defines a high-performance vehicle as one that: For more information, see Definitions of Prohibited Vehicles. Join the conversation with other enthusiasts on all things driving.
Prohibited vehicles – also known as « performance vehicles » – cannot be driven by drivers holding a P1 or P2 driving licence. What happens if I say I don`t give him permission to drive my Q7? Learn more about the rules for prohibited vehicles, prohibited vehicles, available exemptions, and answers to frequently asked questions. Learn more about vehicles you can and can`t drive with your power. If you`re on your red or green HP, there are some vehicles you can`t drive. Find out what the rules are. If you`re not sure about a vehicle`s specifications, you can: South Australia also has similar restrictions to Queensland and Victoria with the date of manufacture 1 January 2010.