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Alberta Class 6 Motorcycle Driving Test 1
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Class 7 License you must be 14 years old.
Class 5-GDL License you must be 16 years old.
Class 5 License you must be driving 2 years with Class 5-GDL License, have no license suspensions for the last 12 months and have passed advanced road test.
You may visit https://www.alberta.ca/get-drivers-licence-steps.aspx.
You may visit https://www.alberta.ca/applying-for-your-alberta-drivers-licence.aspx for the list of requirements needed.
You may visit Knowledge test | Alberta.ca to know where you can take your learner's test.
You may visit Service Alberta: Find a registry agent (gov.ab.ca).
You may visit Driver's knowledge test | Alberta.ca.
It costs $30.
Road Test Fees:
Class 1 - $217
Class 2 - $167
Class 3 - $155
Class 4 - $141
Class 5 - $83
Class 5 Advanced - $138
Class 6 - $143
Class 6 Advanced - $143
Any adult with a driver's license can take you to the road test area.
Once you pass the test you can then start practice driving. You may get more information at Driver's knowledge test | Alberta.ca.
The best source for studying for the driving test will always be the official Alberta drivers manual. We recommend reading the full drivers manual in detail. Next, we would recommend taking practice driving tests to test your knowledge and prepare you for the driving exam
You can download the manual at Driver guides | Alberta.ca.
You can practice at www.drivingtests101.com.
You must be with an adult who has a driver's license if you plan to drive a class 5 and 6 vehicle. However you can drive a moped vehicle by yourself.
You may visit Graduated Driver Licensing | Alberta.ca to know your license restriction after passing your learner's test.
Must not exceed the number of working seatbelts in your car.
You are not allowed to drive motorcycles under class 5 license. You need to have a class 6 license for that. You can accumulate up to 15 demerit points in Alberta as fully licensed driver. You cannot operate a vehicle transporting passengers for hire - commercial. You cannot operate a vehicle with a capacity of more than 15 persons. You cannot operate a vehicle with air brakes.
Driver’s licences are valid for 1-to-5 years, depending on a number of factors, including your class of licence, medical status and age.
There are no changes with renewal process for seniors unless you are 75 years old where you will be asked to get a medical report signed by a doctor and at age 80 you will be asked to renew every 2 years.
No if you meet certain qualification which you can read more at Exchange a licence from outside Alberta | Alberta.ca.
Yes up to 12 months.
You can drive up to 12 months.