The L2P car has been located.
In a post to Facebook, the Northern Suburbs Community Centre said it looked as though all was OK.
"Thank you everyone for all your help with keeping a look out for it and sharing through social media," the post read.
"People power at its best, thank you all once again."
Disadvantaged learner drivers and volunteers who support them have been left devastated after the vehicle they use to get around in was stolen on Thursday night.
The white Hyundai i30 used by Driver Mentoring Tasmania's L2P program was taken from a locked area out the back of the Northern Suburbs Community Centre in Mowbray.
Driver Mentoring Tasmania's state coordinator Garry O'Byrne said eight learner drivers and their mentors were now without a service.
"It's gut-wrenching," Mr O'Byrne said.
"Although we're insured we still have an excess to pay for the insurance, so there's another cost the program can't afford."
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Mr O'Byrne described the theft as a senseless act which would cost the not-for-profit organisation.
"We have to get funding for the vehicles, so it's a cost all the way along the line for us," he said.
"State-wide we have a waiting list of over 500 people."
Anyone with information about the vehicle's whereabouts is urged to contact Launceston Police on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.