The TAC L2P Program is a friendly learner-driver-mentor initiative, which, if you’re aged 16 to 21 and without access to a supervising driver or vehicle, helps you get the 120 hours of supervised driving you need for a probationary driver’s licence.
In the L2P program, you, as a learner-driver, are matched with a trained mentor-driver who can provide a positive learning environment and experience. It is also a rewarding experience for those who choose to participate as mentors.
The TAC L2P Program is funded by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), managed by the Department of Transport (DoT), supported by the Victorian Government and coordinated by the Central Grampians LLEN in partnership with the Ararat Rural City Council, Northern Grampians Council and Pyrenees Shire Council.
The program relies on strong community connections to support these young drivers. Local sponsorship for the program has been provided by Ararat Community Enterprise (ACE), Rotary Ararat, Stawell Apex Club, Ararat Charitable Trust, Ararat Rural City, Grampian Ford, Stawell Toyota and Kia Used Car Division, Grampians Toy Club, Rotary Club of Stawell, Stawell Gold Mine, Lions Club of Stawell, Pyrenees Shire Council, United Way and State Government of Victoria.
If you’re interested in participating in the program as learner or a mentor get in touch with CGLLEN’s L2P coordinator, below.
Office: 5352 3266
Penny: 0418 535 478
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