Many traffic rules for drivers of “L” and “P” license plates remain the same when driving between ACT and NSW, but there are important differences. Passenger drivers can drive up to the speed limit specified in the ACT However, if you are driving in New South Wales, learner drivers should check with the jurisdiction in which they wish to drive the local speed limits. Information on traffic rules when driving in New South Wales is available on the NSW Roads and Maritime website. L-plates must be displayed at all times while riding a motorcycle or moped with a cylinder maximum of 125 cc (7.6 cubic in.) after passing the mandatory motorcycle basic training (CBT) but before passing a full motorcycle test. All holders of a learning permit, with the exception of those holding a Class W learner`s licence (work vehicles/land tractors), must affix L plates to the steering wheel. The letter L shall be at least 15 cm (5.9 inches) high and appear red on a white background in clearly visible vertical positions at the front and rear of the vehicle.  New drivers must affix a standard green and white (15 cm × 19.5 cm) reflective “L” sign to the left corner of the rear window for one year after obtaining their first licence.  They limited the speed to 90 km/h. NSW is the most restrictive for new drivers. P-platers must follow these rules: However, P-platers in some states should choose their first car carefully, as there are traffic rules and restrictions that apply to the type of car you can drive. Licence plate P (for probationary period) in Hong Kong or Australia (except Victoria and Western Australia) for newly qualified drivers.
L-Platterin Lauren O`Donnel before leaving for a driving lesson. Credit: Graham Tidy The Israeli L-plate shares the general design of Israeli information panels (square shape, blue background). On the blue background is a white triangle pointing upwards, with the black Hebrew letter “ל”, from Hebrew: למידה – “to learn”. Panels specially designed to be displayed in the front or rear window can be used. However, a sloped windshield is not suitable for displaying license plates because the plate is facing the sky and is not easily visible to other drivers. It is forbidden to use mobile devices if you are driving with your L license plates. There is an exception for listening to music and audio podcasts, as long as the device is not held by the driver and does not require interaction, including voice, while driving. The P mark (for probationary period) used in the United Kingdom for newly qualified drivers. Upon successful completion of their driving test, learners must display a round A sign (for apprentices) with a white background and a red letter for three years (shortened to two years for those who have participated in the Accompanied Driving program – a program that allows the learner to drive with a licensed driver in the passenger seat and start three years before the minimum driving age). You`ll need to follow a different speed limit: 110 km/h (68 mph) on motorways (instead of 130 km/h [81 mph]) and 80 km/h (50 mph) on state roads with road dividers (instead of 90 km/h [56 mph]) Italian P-sign (for Principiante, meaning beginner) Queensland`s laws on the P plate aren`t too difficult either.
There are two levels of provisional riders, P1 and P2. There are no restrictions on towing another motor vehicle or trailer for drivers of L and P licence plates in South Australia. Prior to October 2007, a “provisional driving licence” was issued, which had more lax restrictions – at its first renewal, the holder could drive unaccompanied (but still had to present L-plates), and the accompanying driver did not need any experience, only a full driving licence. The third extension or extension of the driving licence – for example after the failure of an examination and the expiry of the second licence – has brought back the obligation to accompany them. This unusual arrangement led to a situation where a runner who failed his driving test during a 2nd temporary visit could legally leave the test center unaccompanied. They must bear L or P plates visible at both ends of the towing vehicle and at the rear of the trailer or motor vehicle to be towed. Canberra P plattlers can travel faster than their New South Wales counterparts on interstate highways up to 20 mph, Fairfax said. All new drivers in the UK must have L plates at all times after obtaining a provisional driving licence and must be accompanied by another driver over the age of 21 and holding a full and valid driving licence for the type of vehicle driven for at least three years.
In Wales, red L signs or red D signs (Welsh: dysgwr, “learner”) are permitted due to bilingual legislation in the country while a learner is driving the vehicle.  In Northern Ireland, drivers with L plates are not allowed to exceed 45 mph (72 km/h). All Victoria P-Plattlers, P1 and P2, are limited in their vehicle selection. You cannot drive certain high-performance vehicles, including those equipped with V8 engines and others listed in the Victoria Regulations. L-platers and temporary drivers (P-platers) are limited to a maximum speed of 90 km/h (56 mph) (in New South Wales) or 110 km/h (68 mph) (elsewhere) in some states, depending on the presence of an instructor. 100 km/h (62 mph) is allowed in some states and territories such as South Australia. As of August 1, 2014, a person who obtains a first full driver`s licence must have N license plates (Novice) on the vehicle for a period of 2 years. The legal requirements for an N registration plate are that it is at least 15 centimetres high in red on a white background, in clearly visible vertical positions at the front and rear of the vehicle. However, there is a trend among drivers, especially young men, who want to keep the N-plates unobtrusive, cropping the white background on the N-plates and leaving only a narrow white border around the letter N or no border at all.