your current ICBC driver’s license primary and secondary identification a safe vehicle with insurance papers if under 19 a guardian […]
Did this happen on your Vancouver Driving lesson? A major distraction when driving is conversation. Talking with your driving instructor, […]
you must now wait 14 days after your first test 30 days after your second test 60 days after your […]
Any red symbol on the dash of your car is important. This one, if on, while you pull away will […]
Spot the hazards is part of your driving test. What do you see in this picture? Compare your answer to […]
Getting enough hours when learning to drive is critical to mastering the car, the rules and other road users. ICBC […]
I need a couple of days to process all the information I received in today’s lesson. Why do so many […]
What is the first step? How about the steering lock? Yes, cars have a mechanism to stop the wheels from […]
Car Pulls Out From Stop Sign Directly Into My Bike’s Path! I was travelling north on Union St. Car was […]
parking on white line fail
I passed even after parking on the white line! Why do you think this is? Many drivers are very concerned about […]
I just arrived in Vancouver. So many questions and so many steps to figure out how the driver’s license works […]
it will not start – its already running The tires are bald, ripped cracked – look dangerous. the dash warning […]
Test day. Did not sleep well. I worried tossed and turned all night. Woke early. Ate more muffins than normal. […]
A two-way left-turn lane is very common. The sign tells you that the entire lane allows you to set up […]

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