How do I get a drivers license in Alberta?
- Steps to getting a driver's licence.
- Driver's knowledge test.
- Driver's road test.
- Get a Class 7 learner's licence.
- Get a Class 5 driver's licence.
- Get a Class 6 motorcycle driver's licence.
- Upgrade to a commercial licence.
- Exchange a licence from outside Alberta.
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Regarding this, how long do you have to wait to get your license in Alberta?
In Alberta, we use a graduated licensing (GDL) program. You must be at least 14 years old, and also pass a knowledge/vision test. You must have your Class 7 Licence for a minimum of 1 year from the date of issue before you can go to the next step and take your Class 5 Basic drivers licence road test.
Likewise, can I get my driver's license online? You can apply to renew your driving licence online if you are eligible and have a Public Services Card (PSC) and a MyGovID verified account, see 'Online applications' above. Alternatively you can apply in person to one of the National Driver Licence Service (NDLS) centres- see 'Applying in person' above.
Accordingly, is there a way to get your license without taking the driving test?
Unfortunately, there is no way in the U.S. to get a driver's license without tests — a written test and then a driving test, as well as an eye test.
Can I have a driver license in two provinces?
Generally, you can only have one driver's licence and it has to be from the province where you're living. If you had another licence when you got your licence here, you were supposed to tell them about it on the application.