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We now offer Calgary road testing 7 days a week! Our examiners can provide additional availability to suit your road testing needs. In addition, we can provide driver licence renewals, address changes and other operator services.

New Drivers

The Basic License Driver's Handbook for new drivers seeking Class 1 or 7 License.


Understand how to teach the basics of driving (you may learn a little something too).

Overview of the Class 5 Road Test for New Drivers

What activities will I do during my road test?

The road test is about 25 to 30 minutes long, including instructions and feedback. You are required to know and demonstrate:

  • how to identify and operate the vehicle controls
  • how to do right and left turns legally and safely
  • school and/or playground zone times and speed limits
  • how to parallel park
  • how to hill park (up or down)
  • proper lane changing
  • how to manage controlled and uncontrolled intersections

The road test will run the full time unless the Examiner feels that your safety, or the safety of others, is at risk. For example, if you do not show good judgment of time and distance when turning left in front of oncoming traffic, the test may be stopped.

Who is my Examiner?

  • The Examiner will introduce him/herself and provide proof of identification, when requested.
  • All Driver Examiners are licensed by Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation under the Driver Training and Driver Examination Regulation. They are monitored to ensure they provide high quality road tests. They should be courteous and professional, keeping conversation at all times relevant to the road test.

What do I bring for my road test?

  • You must have your Learner’s licence. If you have a temporary licence (non-photo) then you must also provide acceptable photo ID.
  • Wear clothing that is practical for driving and comfort. It should be appropriate for the weather conditions (in case your vehicle breaks down and you have to wait or walk).
  • Your vehicle must meet all legal requirements (good mechanical condition, valid insurance and registration) and have enough fuel for at least one hour of driving.
  • All braking systems in the vehicle you are taking your road test with must be operational. (pedal brake & emergency break) Failure to comply may result in the forfeiture of all related road testing fees
  • Payment for the test must be made directly to the Examiner or Registry office. A receipt will be provided when requested.
  • For more information about the road test refer to the Basic Licence Driver’s Handbook, pages 19 to 21.

What will happen during the road test?

Before Driving … If you have any questions or concerns about the road test, please ask before you begin the road test. A Driver Examination Checklist will be completed by the Examiner. This document will contain the following information:

  • student name
  • class of licence being tested
  • operator’s licence number
  • testing location
  • date of road test
  • vehicle licence plate number
  • time test commenced and completed
  • Examiner’s signature, and Examiner number

The Examiner will do a vehicle check with you. You will be in the driver’s seat and the examiner will ask you to assist in checking the signal and brake lights, horn, brakes, and steering. You will be asked to describe and demonstrate two of the instruments or controls inside the vehicle, such as the hazard lights and windshield wipers. The Examiner will provide information before you move the vehicle about the route and the instructions that you will be given during the test.

While Driving …

  • You will be given ample instruction in advance for each manoeuvre and activity.
  • Points will be assigned for errors. You will be allowed a maximum of 75 points to pass the road test. You must not do anything that is considered unlawful, dangerous, or unsafe, (for example, speeding or not stopping at a stop sign).
  • The Examiner will not try to trick you.
  • The Examiner will not ask you to do anything illegal.
  • When the road test is finished, the Examiner will highlight the areas you performed well, as well as the areas you need to improve upon. The points for errors will be explained at this time.

What do I do when I pass my road test?

The Examiner will give you a copy of the Driver Examination Checklist form. You will also be given a copy of the Test Permit. This will indicate that you have passed. Take this permit, along with your learner’s licence, to any Alberta Registry Agent to have your licence changed to a Class 5 Probationary Licence. There will be a fee for this service.

What do I do if I do not pass my road test?

The Examiner will give you a copy of the Driver Examination Checklist form. This form will indicate that you have not passed. Keep the form and bring it to your next road test. You may not take another road test on the same day.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your test and results, please ask your Examiner at the end of the road test.


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