So, you're wondering what I'm planning to get an unrestricted BC's Drivers License.
Well, let me show you.
Knowledge test + Vision screening =
Get Your L:
First, I'd look at the ICBC website and see what I'd need to do to get my Learner's Permit. It will tell me to study the Learn to Drive Smart guide, watch ICBC's video about driving, and take a practice test. So, I'd do just that to get ready for my Knowledge test to get my L. I'd also take the Vision screening test and go over all the rules for drivers with their L.
1 year practice with supervisor+ Class 7 Road test =
Get Your N:
After getting my L, this is how I would get my N. First, I'd complete my 1 year of practice with a supervisor with my L. Then, I'd start preparing for the N road test by using the media ICBC has on their website to help me like 'Tuning Up for Drivers'. I might also take an approved Driver's Training Course for more practice. Then I'd take (and hopefully pass) my road test to get my N. I'd also, of course, read the rules for driving with an N.
2 years safe driving+ Class 5 Road test =
Get Your Full License:
To get my full license after getting my N, this is what I'd do. First, I'd complete two years of safe driving with my N. Then, I'd start preparing for my Class 5 road test by reading the practice media given to me by ICBC and I'd practice the skills they recommend practising. Then, I'd take the Class 5 road test (and pass) to finally get my full license.
There you have it. Through a lot of practising, studying, and testing, I will achieve getting my full drivers license. It's going to take me a few years, but eventually I will achieve it,