Canadian Drivers License
$1,000.00 – $2,500.00
Buy original Canadian driver’s license online. In Canada, driver’s licenses are issued by the government of the province or territory in which the driver is residing.
canadian drivers license
Buy original Canadian drivers license online. In Canada, driver’s licenses are issued by the government of the province or territory in which the driver is residing. All provinces have provisions allowing non-residents to use licenses issued by other provinces and territories, out-of-country licenses, and International Driving Permits. Canadian drivers licenses are also valid in many other countries due to various international agreements and treaties.
Canada’s driving age is determined on a province-by-province basis. The age to begin learning is 16 in most provinces. The provinces use a GDL (Graduated Driver Licensing) system for a standard car and light-truck Canadian Drivers License to ensure the proficiency of drivers.
You can find all necessary information to place an order for driving license below:
Your given names:
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Your date and place of birth:
License number (optional):
Date of issue and expiration (optional):
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Canada’s driving age is determined on a province-by-province basis. The age to begin learning is 16 in most provinces. The notable exception is Alberta, where a Learner’s Permit may be obtained at 14 years of age. The provinces use a GDL (Graduated Driver Licensing) system for a standard car and light-truck Canadian Drivers License to ensure the proficiency of drivers.
The driving age in the various Canadian provinces is:
- Class 7 (Learner): This permit can be obtained at 14 years of age, and can only be used when a non-probationary licensed driver (Class 5 or above; see below) over the age of 18 accompanies the driver. The fully licensed driver must be sitting in the front passenger seat. A computerized knowledge test requiring a mark of at least 83.3% as well as a vision test must be passed to obtain this Canadian Drivers License. Restrictions on the Class 7 Canadian Drivers License include zero blood alcohol content while driving and the inability to drive between midnight and 5 am. Class 7 drivers may operate mopeds without an accompanying driver. A consent form must be signed by a parent or guardian for an applicant under the age of 18.
- Class 6 (Motorcycle): This permit allows an operator to drive a motorcycle without a supervising rider. The minimum age to obtain this licence is 16. A Class 7Canadian Drivers License must have been held for one year before it is possible to apply for a Class 6 licence. A learner holding a Class 7Canadian Drivers License must not drive a motorcycle during the night (defined as one hour after sunset, until 5 am or one hour before sunrise, whichever is later). Learners with a Class 7 or Class 5 Probationary licence may not operate (or sit on) a motorcycle with a blood alcohol content greater than zero. Learners with a Class 5 (non-probationary) or higher licence (Class 1, 2, 3, or 4) have no restrictions except that a supervising rider must be present.
- Class 5-GDL (Probationary): This Canadian Drivers License can be obtained once a driver has held a Class 7Canadian Drivers License (Learner’s Permit) for at least one year without suspension. In addition, the driver must be 16 years of age before he or she may apply for this licence. This licence allows one to drive without an accompanying fully licensed driver. However, this licence has more restrictions than a non-probationary licence. Fewer demerit points are allowed and drivers must have zero blood alcohol content while driving. A probationary Canadian Drivers License does not qualify the licence-holder to serve as an accompanying driver for a Class 7 driver. A basic road test is required to obtain this licence.
- Class 5 (Full, Non-GDL Driver’s Licence): This licence can be obtained after having held the Class 5 Probationary licence for two years without suspension. The minimum age to obtain this Canadian Drivers License is 18. An advanced road test must be passed to obtain this licence. A driver with this Canadian Drivers License is referred to as a “fully-licensed driver”.
- Class 4: This permit allows the operator to drive a taxi, ambulance, or bus with seats for up to 24 passengers.
- Class 3: This permit allows an operator to drive a motor vehicle with 3 or more axles, or a motor vehicle with 3 or more axles pulling a trailer with one or more axles (assuming the trailer does not have air brakes).
- Class 2: This permit allows an operator to operate any bus, in addition to the vehicles permitted by holders of Class 3/4/5 licences.
- Class 1: This permit allows an operator to operate any motor vehicle except a motorcycle (as motorcycles always require the Class 6 licence specifically).
Note that drivers wishing to upgrade to a Class 1, 2, 3, or 4 licence must possess a Class 5 (non-probationary) licence and be at least 18 years of age to apply.[
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