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Epilepsy/seizures and driving (Factsheet 17)

Published: | Category: Medical , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet provides information for drivers with epilepsy or drivers who have had seizures. It gives advice on some of the risks and precautions and outlines limitations and conditions which may apply to your licence when you are driving. View this information in our driver licence section

Dementia and driving (Factsheet 23)

Published: | Category: Medical , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet provides information about dementia and the effect it may have on drivers. It gives advice on what action to take if you are concerned about a driver who may be affected. View this information in our driver licence section

 

Limited licences (Factsheet 50)

Published: | Category: Enforcement , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet is for people who have been disqualified or suspended from driving. It explains what happens when your licence is suspended or disqualified; limited licences (who can get one and how to apply); and how to get your licence back once your suspension or disqualification has ended. View this content in our driver licence section

Learning to drive: getting your car licence (Factsheet 45)

Published: | Category: Driver licensing , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet tells you how to get your car licence which allows you to drive a light vehicle (up to 4500 kg), such as cars, vans and utes. It outlines the three stages of the licensing process and any conditions which you must comply with when driving. View this content in our driver licence section

D endorsements for carrying dangerous goods (Factsheet 37)

Published: | Category: Occupational driving , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet advises when you need to have a dangerous goods endorsement on your driver licence and provides information on how to get one. View this content in our driver licence section 

Vision and driving (Factsheet 25)

Published: | Category: Medical , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet advises safe recommendations for drivers and provides information relating to vision checks when applying for or renewing your licence. Good vision is essential for road safety. View this content in our driver licence section

DL19 Application for endorsement (D,F,R,T,W)

Published: | Category: Driver licensing , Forms | Audience: Motorists

Use this form if you are applying for any of the following endorsements on their New Zealand driver licence:

D – Dangerous goods endorsement
F – Forklift endorsement 
For use with special-type vehicles that are forklifts
R – Roller endorsement
For use with special-type vehicles that run on rollers
T – Tracks endorsement
For use with special-type vehicles that run on self-laying tracks
W – Wheels endorsement
For use with special-type vehicles that run on wheels and are not forklifts

DL7 Application for reissue of driver licence

Published: | Category: Driver licensing , Forms | Audience: Motorists

Use this form if your driver licence has been disqualified, suspended or revoked and who is eligible to have their licence reissued.

Alcohol interlocks (Factsheet 58)

Published: | Category: Enforcement , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet outlines the alcohol interlock programme. View this content in our driver licence section

DL15 Application for issue of a limited licence

Published: | Category: Driver licensing , Forms | Audience: Motorists

Use this form if you are applying to be issued with a limited licence. See also:
Limited licences (Factsheet 50)
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