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TAC L2P program mentor

girl learning how to drive

Many young people in our community need help to get the driving experience required for their probationary licence.

By becoming a TAC L2P driving mentor, you will be supporting disadvantaged young people to obtain their probationary licence.

Mentor eligibility requirements

To become a driver mentor, you need to:

  • be over 21
  • hold a full, current Victorian driver’s licence
  • complete the VicRoads Volunteer Supervising Driver Training
  • get a Police Check, Licence Check and Working with Children Check before being accepted into the program (costs are met by the program)
  • commit a minimum of 1 to 2 hours per week for 12 months.

If you meet the eligibility requirements, we will work with you to match you with a learner and ensure you are fully supported in the program.

Mentor benefits

By becoming a driver mentor, you will be supporting a learner driver to obtain 120 hours driving experience. As well as supporting a young driver, you will:

  • be giving back to the community
  • connect with other like-minded mentors while supporting a young person to develop safe driving habits
  • have access to a vehicle
  • receive comprehensive and ongoing training and support
  • have flexibility in choosing hours that are convenient to your life.

Register your interest

We have learner drivers ready to be matched with a volunteer mentor in the Hume region (Greater Shepparton and Shires of Strathbogie, Moira and Mitchell) and the Latrobe Valley.

For more information about becoming a driver mentor, please contact your closest Berry Street office or submit an enquiry form: