The TAC L2P Program assists learner drivers between the ages of 16 and 23 to build up experience, confidence, knowledge and hours to gain a Probationary Driver Licence using adult volunteers (referred to as Mentors) who have a full licence and a good driving history.
The program is funded by the TAC and managed by the Department of Transport (formally known as VicRoads).
What opportunities are there?
All volunteers will undergo a Police Check, Driver History Check and a Working with Children Check. These checks are done at no expense to the volunteer.
Volunteers are then matched to a suitable learner. Once matched they commence driving with their learner driver using an L2P car. All volunteers are covered by the L2P insurance whilst partaking in the program.
What benefits do volunteers bring to your group and organisation?
Volunteers bring their knowledge and driving skills that they can share with the learners.
Volunteers get the benefit of seeing their learner develop their driving skills from the knowledge that they have imparted to the learner.