This is a three day course with testing held on the third day. The first two days your tutor will take you through the road code and help you prepare for the Learners Licence test. To register for this course you must be 16 years or older and pay the test fee and complete your DL1 application form at the
Far North REAP AA Driver & Vehicle Licence counter.
The test costs $93.90.
Please note: there are strict rules around I.D. requirements that we must adhere to.
Click here for information about I.D. Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Identification Requirements
Restricted / Full Licence Course Dates to be confirmed 2022
This is a free two hour course where you will revisit the road rules. Your tutor will take you for an assessment drive and give you feedback on your driving ability. You will need to bring your Learners Licence card to register for this course.
The Road Safety Team deliver projects, learning support, social marketing, events, courses, driving school, and overall coordination of road safety education in the Far North District. The team hold a range of skills around driver instruction, licensing, project planning, marketing, youth engagement and networking.
Road Safety Education is grouped around 7 main themes:
- Reducing Alcohol & Drug Impaired Driving
- Young Drivers
- Safer Speeds
- Restraint usage
- Fatigue Awareness
- High risk drivers
Selection of Road Safety Activities – look for us again this summer 2022
Local Marketing Campaigns
One Tear Too Many
The original campaign image created by Hayley Ngaroma Fitzpatrick
The image represents Papatuanuku, our Earth Mother and the one tear signifies one death as too many and encourages us to be mindful of driving on our roads.
The One Tear Too Many Campaign is now a Northland wide road safety education campaign and uses a number of messages under the brand. These include Drive Sober, Slow Down, Seatbelts On & Stay Fresh.
WHO ARE WE?
Far North REAP
Moerewa Christian Fellowship Centre
Ngati Hine Health Trust
Te Runanga O Whaingaroa
Automotivate – Safer Communities
Te Hauora o Ngapuhi
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