Re­stricted Li­cence con­di­tions:

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• The driver is al­lowed to drive on their own be­tween 5am and 10pm. Out­side these hours, they must have a su­per­vi­sor in the ve­hi­cle. A su­per­vi­sor is some­one who has held their full New Zealand li­cence for at least two years. • Pas­sen­gers are not per­mit­ted un­less a su­per­vi­sor is present. There are ex­cep­tions: if a spouse or de facto part­ner is present or the driver has chil­dren that they are par­ent or guardian of (it doesn’t in­clude younger sib­lings’.) For more in­for­ma­tion on these con­di­tions and ex­cep­tions, visit

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