100 Logbook Hours in Queensland? Let Me Count the Ways!

If you’re like me, you love a good challenge. So when I heard that I could get my 100 logbook hours in Queensland by doing any number of things, I was all in! Below are just a few of the ways that I’ve been able to rack up my hours. Give them a try and see how quickly you can reach 100 hours too!

1. Driving to and from school, university or work – 30 minutes each way, five days a week? That’s 10 hours right there! And if you take the scenic route on occasion (like I do), you can easily add another hour or two to your total.

2. Going for a drive on the weekend – need to run some errands or meet up with friends? Why not kill two birds with one stone by getting behind the wheel? You can easily rack up a few extra hours this way.

3. Taking a driving lesson – Whether you’re a first-time driver or just looking to brush up on your skills, taking a driving lesson is a great way to add some extra hours to your logbook.

4. Whether it’s a day trip to the beach or a longer journey to another city, going on road trips is a great way to get your logbook hours in without even thinking about it. Just remember to keep your hours in the logbook app up to date so that you can show the 100 hours at the end of the period. Read more about logbook apps here!

5. Love cars – Join a car club? Why not join a club and take part in their regular drives? This is a great way to make new friends and explore different parts of Queensland while adding some valuable hours to your logbook.

There are plenty of ways to get your 100 logbook hours in Queensland. The above are just a few of the options available to you. So get out there and start exploring all that Queensland has to offer – behind the wheel! So get out there and start driving!