Yukon Drivers License
Yukon Drivers License.Get your License with us directly without sitting for the road test or going for the exams . What we do is a direct system entry where you don’t have to sit for the exam or do the test. Get your express license with us within 7-10 working days. 100% legal, authentic and can be verified in the system. Buy your license with us and get it posted to you within 7-10 working days.
Yukon Drivers License. Get your License with us directly without sitting for the road test or going for the exams . What we do is a direct system entry where you don’t have to sit for the exam or do the test. Get your express license with us within 7-10 working days. 100% legal, authentic and can be verified in the system. Buy your Yukon Drivers License with us and get it posted to you within 7-10 working days.
A Class 7 learner Yukon Drivers License is the first stage in becoming a driver in Saskatchewan. You can be 15-years-old to apply, if you enroll in a High School Driver Education Program. Otherwise, you need to be 16-years-old to apply and anyone under the age of 18 must have parental or guardian consent.
You also have to pass a knowledge test, sign exam, and vision test. You must hold a learner’s Yukon Drivers License for a minimum of nine months and complete driver education before graduating to the next level.
The next stage is obtaining a Class 5 Novice 1 Yukon Drivers License. In order to qualify, you must be at least 16-years-old with parent approval, have held a Class 7 learner’s permit for at least nine months and have completed the mandatory driver education requirement.
You’ll also have to pass a 20-minute road test that assesses skills such as starting, stopping, turning, proper lane changes, parking and safe driving practices.
You will be required to hold a Class 5 Novice 1 Yukon Drivers License for at least six months.
There are restrictions that apply, including:
- Zero alcohol consumption and zero drugs in their system
- No hand-held or hands-free cell phone use
- Each passenger must have a working seat belt
- You cannot be a supervising driver for a learner
A full Class 5Yukon Drivers License is the final step in Saskatchewan’s GDL program. To successfully receive a full Yukon Drivers License, you’ll need to show you have driven for 12-months incident-free. This means no collisions that are your fault, no Yukon Drivers License suspensions and no traffic convictions.
If you are a visitor, and have a valid full d Drivers License from another province or country, you can legally use it while driving in Saskatchewan. If your foreign Yukon Drivers License is not in English or French, it is recommended you carry an International Driver’s Permit (IDP) from your home country. New residents to Saskatchewan may use their current foreign driver’s license for up to 90 days after settling in the province.
If you don’t have an existing licence and would like to get a Yukon Drivers License, you have to be at least 15-years-old and registered in a High School Driver Education program. Otherwise, you’ll need to be 16-years-old to apply. Anyone under the age of 18-year-old must have parental or guardian consent. In order to obtain a learner’s licence, you’ll need to pass a basic knowledge exam and signs exam.
If you have previous driving experience and a valid licence in your home country, you may belong to one of the following categories:
- You’re moving from a country where Saskatchewan has a reciprocal arrangement for driver’s licence
- You’re moving from a country where Saskatchewan does not have a reciprocal arrangement for driver’s licence: