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Restrictions For Alberta Class 5 Basic GDL Licence Holders
After you have passed your class 5 basic GDL road test and have been issued a class 5 GDL operator's card, you have earned even more driving privileges than when you had a class 7 Alberta Learners' Licence.

These privileges include driving by yourself without the supervision of a class 5 Advanced (GDL Exit) licensed driver who is over the age of 18 (who also has no restrictions) in the passenger seat while driving.

Although you have earned more privileges to drive, you must obey and comply with the following restrictions for a class 5 basic GDL licence holder:
  • Must have 0% alcohol levels when driving at all times
  • You cannot drive with more people than there are seat belts in your vehicle
  • You are allowed 8 demerit points before receiving a suspension of your licence
  • You cannot upgrade to a professional class licence ex. Class 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
During your next 2 years as a probationary driver, your focus should be on advancing your driving skills. Advancement in driving skills will prepare you for your last road test.

The Class 5 Advanced non GDL road test is the last road test before you can obtain a class 5 licence with no restrictions.

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