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• If you are 16 years of age or older, you can take the computerized knowledge test.
• However if you are under the age of 19 a parent or legal guardian must be present to sign for your Learner’s Licence Class 7L.
• But you may be able to apply to bypass the requirements of parent or legal guardian’s consent if you are not living with a parent or legal guardian.

For more information on ICBC requirements and updated information, please contact the ICBC.
• Knowledge test contains 50 multiple-choice questions, you’ll need to get 40 out of 50 questions right.
• You can prepare yourself for the Knowledge Test by reading ‘Learn to Drive Smart’ ICBC text book and or by practicing online practice tests.
• Test is available in English, Arabic, Cantonese, Croatian, French, Farsi, Mandarin, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.
• You need to bring the Accepted ID, a signed and witnessed parent/legal guardian consent form if you are under 19 (or have your parent/legal guardian come with you), fees for the knowledge test and your learner’s licence.
• ICBC fees for the Knowledge Test $15.00.
• If you don't succeed, you can take the test again after 7 days.

For more information on ICBC requirements and updated information, please contact the ICBC.
• To get L-Licence you need to pass the Knowledge Test, pass a vision and medical screening.
• Your learner’s licence stays valid for 2 years.
• If you need more time, you can renew your learner’s licence by re-taking and passing the knowledge test.
• While you’re a learner, you’ll have to drive with a qualified supervisor and follow the restrictions that are printed on your licence. Not following these rules could mean that you pay a penalty or extend the time you spend in graduated licensing.
• You are required to do at least 60 hours of practice in your L-Stage.
Restrictions:
While you are driving with a learner’s licence, you must follow these restrictions:
• A qualified supervisor must sit beside you when you are driving. Your supervisor must be 25 or older and hold a valid class 1,2,3,4 or 5 licence.
• You must not drive after consuming any amount of alcohol.
• You must not use hand-held or hands-free communication devices while driving.
• You must display the official L sign in you back windshield or on the rear of your vehicle when you are driving. It must be visible to drivers behind you.
• Only 2 passengers may be in the vehicle with you: your supervisor and 1 additional passenger.
• You may drive only between 5 a.m. to Midnight.


For more information on ICBC requirements and updated information, please contact the ICBC.
• To get your N (Novice) licence, you must pass the class 7 road test.
• Your N licence stays valid for 5 years.
• The road test takes about 45 minutes.
• ICBC fee for class 7 road test $35.00 and if you passed the road test then $75.00 for the new licence.
Retest waiting period:after your first N test attempt, you can take the test again after 14 days.If you take the test a second time and you don't pass, you can try again after 30 days.If after three or more tries you don't pass, you can take the test again after 60 days.
• Road test fee will be charged every time you taking it.
Restrictions:
When you are driving with N licence, you may drive un-supervised with the following restrictions:
• You must not drive after consuming any amount of alcohol.
• You must not use hand-held or hands-free communication devices while driving.
• You must display the official N sign in you back windshield or on the rear of your vehicle when driving. It must be visible to drivers behind you.
• Only 1 passenger may be in the vehicle with you unless:
   a) the passenger are your immediate family (“Immediate Family” means your parents, children, spouse, brothers, sisters and grandparents, including step and foster relationships), or
   b) if you are accompanied by a supervisor sitting beside you who is age 25 or older holding a valid class 1,2,3,4 or 5 licence, or
   c) if you are taking training and are supervised by a licensed driver training instructor.


For more information on ICBC requirements and updated information, please contact the ICBC.
• After you have held your N licence for at least 2 years (24 consecutive months) without a driving prohibition, you may take the class 5 road test.
• Passing this road test means you exit the Graduated Licensing Program and get your Full-Privileged driver’s licence.
• The road test takes about 1 hour.
• ICBC fee for class 5 road test $50.00 and if you passed the road test, $17.00 for the new licence.
Retest waiting period:after your first test attempt, you can take the test again after 14 days.If you take the test a second time and you don't pass, you can try again after 30 days.If after three or more tries you don't pass, you can take the test again after 60 days.
• Road test fee will be charged every time you taking it.


For more information on ICBC requirements and updated information, please contact the ICBC.
New Residents from: Out of Province or Out of Country
• If you have a valid driver's license from another province, state, or country, and are 16 years old or older you can drive in B.C. for up to 90 days.
• After 90 days you must apply for a B.C. driver's licence. If you are from a country in which there is a reciprocal exchange agreement with B.C., you will have to fulfill fewer requirements than if you were from a country not part of the agreement. Some restrictions apply depending on which country you are from and how much driving experience you have. Find out more from a driver licensing office.

For more information on ICBC requirements and updated information, please contact the ICBC.
Visitors from: Out of Province or Out of Country
• If you are visiting B.C. from another province, state, or country, are 16 years old or older, and have a valid driver's licence from your province, state, or country, you may drive in B.C. for up to 6 months. This is the maximum length of time even if you have an International Driver's Permit from your country.
• If you need it extended beyond 6 months you must leave the province and return, the 6 month period will then start again. Find out more from a driver licensing office.

For more information on ICBC requirements and updated information, please contact the ICBC.
Make sure to always check the expiry date on your driver’s licence. It's illegal to drive with an expired licence—don't leave it till the last minute.
• You can renew your licence up to six months (180 days) before it expires. Renewing early won't shorten its validity.
• Your licence must be renewed in person. If you'll be away when your licence expires, try to renew before you leave. Like your passport, it’s important to hold a valid driver’s licence at all times when abroad or when visiting the U.S., if you plan to do any driving.You can renew it up to 180 days early—and you won't lose any time on your licence.If you're outside of B.C. when your licence expires, or if renewing within 180 days early isn't enough, call icbc driver licensing information line at 1-800-950-1498.
• If during the last three years you've been driving with an out-of-province licence, bring it with you to any B.C. driver licensing office. You'll be able to exchange the out of province licence and renew your B.C. licence by providing two pieces of accepted ID and the renewal fee.
• If your licence expired over three years ago and you haven't been driving, you'll need to be retested before you can renew. You'll need to pass a road signs test, vision screening, and re-examination road test.

For more information on ICBC requirements and updated information, please contact the ICBC.


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