Tasmanian Government lifts speed limits for novice drivers Infrastructure Minister Rene Hidding said the increased speed limits for L2 and P1 drivers would give novice motorists experience driving at highway speeds. The new maximum speed limits for L2 and P1 drivers will increase from 80km/h in higher speed zones to 90km/h in a 90km/h zone, 90km/h in a 100km/h zone, and 100km/h in a 110km/h zone. want novice drivers to be as prepared as they can be to drive solo on our roads, and that includes gaining experience at highway speeds, Mr Hidding said. these changes will help improve traffic flow on our roads, particularly on our major highways where a 30km/h speed difference in traffic can be unsafe. Skip to end of sidebar. Ryan Hawkins of Middleton Posted at 3:28 PM January 29, 2015 I believe this is a smart idea but also pretty stupid for leaving out motorcycles. At least let the Motorcycle P platers do this. I’m young and have my P2′s for my car so it doesn’t bother me for the car part but im on my P1′s for motorbike
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