Useful tips

Where is the easiest place to take a driving test in BC?

Where is the easiest place to take a driving test in BC?

Terrain wise, Richmond will be the easiest. No hills, wide lanes and all, no tricky looking intersections. It’s best to get an instructor to teach you the test roads because they know the routes the examiner will take you during the road test. By then you should memorize all the school zones and what not.

How much is the N test in BC?

Knowledge tests & Learner’s licences

Fee for all knowledge tests (each attempt, including retests after learner expires) $15 (Seniors 65+ Free)
Class 7 or 8 photo learner licence, including renewals or replacement $10

Is ICBC doing Standby road tests?

At this time, ICBC is only accepting customers who have a booked road test appointment – walk-in and standby appointments are not available.

How do I pass my road test in Vancouver?

Make full stops at stop signs, scan intersections, and be aware of potential hazards. Mirror check, signal and shoulder check whenever you change lanes or direction. Also, watch for school and playground zones.

How long do you have your N in BC?

Driving as a Novice This is the novice stage and it will last for at least 24 months before you can take the final road test for your full license. You can reduce this time by taking an approved driver education course.

Can you lose your N in BC?

The Graduated Licensing Program: how many points to lose your N licence. It takes 36 months to go from a Learner’s license to a Class 5. You are under greater scrutiny during the Graduated Licensing Program. After gaining a Learner’s “L” license must wait one year to be eligible for a Novice “N” license.

Can I pay for a Covid test in BC?

There are some private pay clinics that offer testing for a fee to people who require asymptomatic testing for reasons that fall outside of B.C. public health recommendations such as for travel or employment.