CONFUSED L and P-platers may soon no longer have to muddle through various Victorian and NSW sources to know how the road rules apply to them in each state.
Planning is under way to collate the information into one bulletin, Victoria's Cross Border Commissioner Luke Wilson says.
He told ABC Victoria's Statewide Drive radio program yesterday that he had raised concerns about anomalies with Roads Minister Jaala Pulford.
"Minister Pulford has asked her department to work with RMS from NSW in the first instance to just prepare some joint information for people on P plates and L plates," Mr Wilson said.
"There are some rule differences and one of the issues at the moment has been that it's been a little bit hard to actually find a single source of information that just simply maps out what rules apply to you, depending where you are.
"At the moment you sort have to bounce between websites and try and make sense of different language, so the minister has asked her department to work with RMS to come up with a piece of joint work and joint information that'll just make it a lot easier for everyone who lives and crosses borders."
The end result is expected to be similar to a combined RMS and Maritime Safety Victoria publication issued last November.