Getting a provisional licence
Before you can legally drive a car on the road, you must:
- be 17 years of age or over
- get a Jersey provisional driving licence (category B)
Applying for your provisional licence
You must apply for your provisional licence at your local parish hall.
You will need:
- to complete an application form (available from the parish hall)
- 1 passport sized photograph
- the licence fee (£20)
Driving on the road as a learner driver
When you have got your provisional licence, you are able to drive on the road.
When driving on the road, you must have:
- current insurance cover for your car (and yourself as a driver)
- learner 'L' plates fitted to the front and rear of your car
- someone in the car with you who is: over 21 years of age, has a full licence (category B), and has held it for over 3 years
Getting a full licence
To get a full licence, you must pass both a driving theory test and a practical driving test.
Practical driving test for car drivers
Driving theory tests
Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956 - Jersey Law website