I've searched around, both in this forum, Whirlpool, and the official webpages, and I can't seem to get a definite answer on this. I currently live in South Australia, am >25 years old, and have a full C car license with a RD (R-DATE) motorcycle class. That is, full motorcycle license but with LAMS condition. I will soon move to Tasmania. I see that this state does not have the RD class; instead they seem to have P1/P2 (even for fully licensed car drivers who've not previously ever held a full motorcycle license). See: http://www.transport.tas.gov.au/licence_forms Now, about 2 months after I move to Tassie, my LAMS condition period will end (and I have a buffer of 3 months after moving before I need to redo my license/rego). So what will Tas authorities issue me with? I know that if I was still in SA, there would be no problem, I would just go an update my license to a full R at the end of the LAMS. (But it doesn't happen automatically -- I need to go into a Service SA Centre, pay a fee, and get the RD condition changed). However, I'm not sure what will happen in Tas. As far as I can understand it, it will be one of two possibilities: 1. When I get issued with a Tasmania license after my R-DATE period, they will take off the LAMS condition and just issue me with a full R license. Sweet. 2. They will issue me with a motorcycle P2 license – which is no LAMS condition, but will restricted to zero BAC and tougher demerit points limits for 1 year. Not so sweet. Anyone know which of the above (or other alternative) it will be?