Applying for a learner’s license
Testing Hours are Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Walk-in service, no appointments
Testing languages are:
The driver’s handbook and practice tests can be found online at:
Rider's guide to operation, safety, and licensing motorcycles, mopeds, and power-assisted bicycles.
Requirements to write a learner’s test
Proof of entitlement – valid Canadian Passport, Canadian Birth Certificate, Indian Status Card, Work/Study Permit, Permanent Resident Document/Card, Canadian Citizenship Document/Card
Secondary piece of ID – Alberta Health Card, Valid Passport, Permanent Resident Card, Nexus Card, Birth Certificate
Proof of Alberta Address – Something that shows your current address, name, and a date.
If you are under 18 and are unable to provide proof of address your parents can prove it on your behalf with one of the above documents, a valid Alberta ID Card or license.
If you possess a valid Alberta ID card and wish to re-class to an Alberta class 7 learner’s license you require the ID card as well as a secondary piece of ID.
If you are under 18 your parent/guardian is required to come with you to give consent.
If you have a medical condition that may affect driving you will require a medical report before the license can be issued.
Expired ID is not accepted
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