Can P platers drive Audi A5?

Can P platers drive Audi A5?

The 3.2 quattro A4 and A5 are not in the NSW RTA “P” restricted vehicles list. Neither is the 3.0TDI. The 3.2 quattro A4 and A5 are not in the NSW RTA “P” restricted vehicles list.

What does P plate referred mean?

noun a licence to drive a motor vehicle, obtained after passing a driving test, which stipulates a restricted speed and the use of P-plates, usually for one year. Compare probationary licence. Contributor’s comments: In NSW we refer to these as your P’s ie “when are you getting your P’s?” Pronounced peez.

What does P mean on driving licence?

Probationary licences
Probationary licences If you held an open licence before you were disqualified, you will get a P probationary licence which you will be required to hold for at least 1 year.

What type of cars can P platers drive?

From 1 August 2014, there are new rules allowing P plate drivers to drive a wider range of turbo, supercharged or V8 vehicles. That’s around an extra 6500 vehicle models you will be able to choose from. Some vehicles are still banned, but these are high performance and risky in your first few years of driving.

What is the best car for P-platers?

10 best P-plater friendly cars

  • Mazda 3. The Mazda 3 is a five-door hatchback or sedan that’s great for city and suburban driving.
  • Toyota Corolla Hybrid. Green cars are becoming increasingly popular, and the Toyota Corolla hybrid is no exception.
  • Kia Cerato.
  • Hyundai i30.
  • Volkswagen Polo.
  • Toyota Yaris.
  • Holden Astra.
  • Kia Picanto.

What is the fastest P plate legal car?

Fastest P Plate Legal Cars In 2016/2017. – Ideas for cars in NSW, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia.

  • Toyota Supra JZA80 – 164kW (non-turbo)
  • Nissan 300ZX Z32 – 166kW (non-turbo)
  • Honda S2000 – 177kW.
  • Honda Integra TypeR (DC5) – 150kW.
  • Nissan Skyline R34 GT – 147kW (non-turbo)
  • Toyota Celica – 142kW.

Do P platers have a curfew?

Under the new system, which is expected to come into effect in the coming months, P-platers will only be allowed to drive with one passenger aged 16-22 between 11pm and 5am, unless it is a family member or for work. P-platers will move from P1 to P2 after 12 months, under the new graduated licence system.

Can P1 drivers listen to music?

Learner and P-Plater drivers in NSW can no longer use a phone in any way while driving. This means no navigation, no playing music, no using a safe phone cradle, no nothing. Learner, P1 and P2 licence holders are not permitted to use a mobile phone at all while driving or riding.

What’s the youngest driving age in the world?

Countries with the lowest driving ages (17 and below) are The Bahamas, Canada, Israel, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom (mainland), United States and Zimbabwe. In some jurisdictions in the United States and Canada, drivers can be as young as 14 (with parental supervision).

What is the best car for P platers?

What’s the fastest P plate legal car?

What is the safest car for a first time driver?

One of the Top Safety Picks by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is the Toyota Prius. With its four braking systems, vehicle stability control, and brake assist, it’s easy to see why so many of these cars are on the road. To make it even more attractive, the Prius is eco-friendly and fuel-effiecient.

What kind of platform does the Audi A5 have?

The A5 was the first of the B8 family of vehicles to be released (the others being the A4 and the Q5 crossover SUV), all based on the Audi MLP platform (Modular Longitudinal Platform) which underpin the next generation A6 and A8. The A5 is the third coupé in Audi’s line up, following the second generation TT and the R8.

What’s the difference between Audi A4 and A5?

The Sportback has been described as “a saloon with the front end (including an identical S-line look) and taillights of the A5 coupé but the wheelbase of the A4”, with the Sportback positioned more as the “designer’s car” compared to the more conventional A4 saloon.

When did the first Audi A5 come out?

After winning the hearts of the customers in 2007 with the first generation of the A5 and after 9 years of proved success, Audi decided it was time for a new generation. The timeless design of the A5 along with the great luxury and the comfort features of an A4 made the A5 one of the user’s top choices.

What kind of wheels does the Audi A5 have?

In many markets, the S5 includes as standard, 19-inch alloy wheels with a five parallel spoke design, bigger brakes, heated leather sport seats, and other convenience features, some of which are available only as an option on the A5.

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