Yes, many New Canadian drivers can drive on their countries license for a certain period ( 90 days, six months other ).
At some point, you will need to pass a Class 5 ‘N’ driving test.
Here is the SHOCKING part.
For some, you can drive alone here in British Columbia on your country’s license.
Then, if you attempt the Class 5 ‘N’ driving test and fail, you will face two big surprises:
- ICBC takes away your countries license
- ICBC may give you a learner license, STOPPING you from being able to drive alone and REQUIRING you to have a fully licensed person sitting beside you!
BEFORE THE FAIL – YOU COULD DRIVE ALONE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
AFTER THE FAIL – YOU MUST HAVE A LICENSED DRIVER WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES.
This is a big surprise and a shock for many New Canadian drivers!
Now you know!
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|IF YOU FAIL YOUR ICBC DRIVING TEST
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