Learn&Log 4+

Department of Transport (WA)

Designed for iPad

    • Free



Learn&Log is the free and official Western Australian Government learner log book app developed to record supervised driving hours.
Learn&Log makes it easy to record your trips, capture the signature of your supervising driver, and submit information directly to the WA Department of Transport.
To use the app you must hold a valid Western Australian learner's permit and be a new driver's licence applicant. Supervising drivers are not required to have an account.
Simply log in using your DoTDirect credentials and you will be on your way.

What’s New

Version 1.0.8

This version has the following updates:
• Learning to drive resources
• Ability to add vehicles
• Improved validations and checks in the interest of road safety
• Performance improvements for better user experience

Ratings and Reviews

1.4 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

Xeno_65 ,

Please update the app!

If the DoT wants to advertise this an a convenient alternative to the logbook. Then they’ll have to commit to making the a massive improvement to the apps experience, as currently is feels like it’s in alpha stage forever. It’s buggy, it always logs you out after about a day of not opening the app regularly, the user interface desperately needs a refresh and user experience improvement. Especially with the placement of buttons and elements such as the signature box. It’s been a year since the app was last updated and the app is crying out for one. Because of this I can’t recommend this alternative to the logbook to people as it is put simply, terrible.

arcconix ,


It is absolutely disgusting that they advertise this as an alternative to a logbook, if you haven’t gone to the DoT make sure you get a physical book, this app is useless and broken and it shows how disgustingly incompetent the Department of Transport is. It rarely works, the UI is unintuitive, glitchy, and ugly, it requires signatures but if you swipe left it changes the page meaning you can only write a signature with rightward strokes, and logging in is downright impossible. Truly a let down and somehow the biggest barrier for entry to new drivers. It’s harder to use this app then it is to learn to drive.

Jul-jul!! ,

Dev, what did you eat for breaky?

I wonder how much dept of transport spent on developing this app. Can log in to the web fine no issue but when I login to the app, it kept telling me I have no internet. Already uninstall and install again still same error. How did you pass the QC test before you launch it? Did you even test it at all after you release the update? Is it only for particular eos? Blimey, did you not read any feedback at all here because I bet you already exhausted your hours and dept of transport wont budge on paying you more.

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