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Class 7 Learner's Licence

Obtaining your class 7 license is the first step towards being a fully licensed driver. In Alberta, we use a graduated licensing (GDL) program. You must be at least 14 years old, and also pass a knowledge/vision test. You must have your Class 7 License for a minimum of 1 year from the date of issue before you can go to the next step and take your Class 5 Basic drivers license road test. When practicing driving, you must have a person who is over 18 and has a Class 5 Advanced Alberta Drivers License in the front passenger seat. You are also only allowed 8 demerits before receiving a suspension notice instead of 15 demerit points.

In addition, you must also follow the rules listed below:
  1. No driving between 12:00 am and 5:00 am
  2. Zero alcohol levels when driving at all times
  3. No driving more people than seat belts
If you are under the age of 18 you must have parental/guardian consent to take your class 7 learners license knowledge test by signing a consent form at the registry you wish to take your test at.
  • Step One
    Study the Basic License Driver's Handbook.
    Download Alberta Basic Driver's Handbook
  • Step Two
    Go to any Alberta Registry Location and take the test.
    Be sure to bring valid identification

  • Step Three
    Purchase Class 7 Learners Operators License.
    This can be done immediately after you pass your test.
    No grace period is required.

  • For information on Class 5 probationary (basic) licencing click here
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