Well when you're travelling interstate, you're always held to the conditions of your licence. That's why when I came to NSW on my L's and P's, I was travelling at 110km/h, when my counterparts were travelling at 80 or 90. I have been told that Vic Pol can't write up NSW L or P platers for doing the speed limit in Vic, because they're not violating any Vic legislation by travelling at the Vic limit. Due to there not being any law in Vic about being speed restricted. That leads me to my next point. The interesting question would be about motorbikes. In Victoria, motorbike restrictions are based on cc's. You can't ride anything bigger than 260cc. But NSW restrictions are based on Power to weight and an approved list of bikes. If you were riding a powerful bike with a Victorian licence, you're not breaching any NSW laws because you're not held to Power to weight. You're only breaking Vic laws, however there isn't any NSW legislation outlawing riding over 260cc. Any idea what would happen? And to Hubie, is it true that you can't write up a NSW L or P plater for doing 110kmh in a 110 zone?