Hi, I'm Nick Ngo and I'm here to tell about my proposed journey towards an unrestricted BC Driver's license.
First, I'd visit the ICBC website and click on Learn to Drive Smart to have all the information I need to learn. I'd study all of them. Then I'd take the knowledge test and the vision screening test at an ICBC driver licensing office. To get the L license, I'd have to get 40 out of 50 questions right on a multiple-choice knowledge test.
Get My L
Knowledge Test + Vision screening =
I can take practice tests on the ICBC website before taking the real test. I'd need to be a learner for at least 12 months before you can take a road test and graduate to the next level. I'd have to drive with a supervisor and follow restrictions on your license. If I violate the restrictions, I'd have to pay graduated licensing penalties.
As I got my L license, I can use it to get my N license. To get the N license, I'd have to do a Class 7 road test, it takes about 45 minutes and there will an examiner with me. The examiner will be looking at how good I performed my driving skills.
Get My N
1 year practice with supervisor
+ Class 7 road test =
I'd get lots of driving practice with the supervisor before taking the on road test.Practice in different weather, different road conditions and different times of a day. I would read Learn how to Drive Smart to help me pass the test. I can take the test again after 14 days if I failed.Having a N license means and I can drive on my own, but I still need to follow restrictions on the license.
To get the full license. I'd have 2 years of safe driving and I need to take the Class 5 road test. To prepare for the test, I'd review the practice guidelines on the ICBC website and practice my driving skills as much as possible. Then I'd take the Class 5 road test, which more challenging than the Class 7 test and recieve my full license.