1. Can I use my own vehicle for the road test?
Answer: Yes, you can drive your own car, but be sure you have a valid licence, insurance, and that your vehicle’s headlights, signal lights, and brake lights are all operational. Also, ensure sure the windows aren’t tinted and there aren’t any cracks in the windshield that limit the driver’s view.
2. Can I use the driving school vehicle for the road test?
Answer: Yes, you are permitted to utilize the vehicle provided by the driving school. To reserve a vehicle, you must notify your instructor or driving school at least 24 hours ahead of time.
3. What are the requirements to book Class 5 GD road test?
Answer: You must be 16 years or older and have your class 7 learners for at least one year.
4. I have a full license from another country, can I transfer to get Class 5 Advance licence?
Answer: It depends on what country you came from, for more details please contact your local registry.
5. Where does Alberta driving school provide driving lessons?
Answer: We provide driving lessons in Edmonton and Surrounding areas. Please take a look at our service areas below:
- West Edmonton & North
- St. Albert
- Sherwood park
- Spruce Grove
- Fort Saskatchewan
- Nisku & Leduc
6. What are the charges for a driving lesson?
Answer: We provide multiple driving lessons in Edmonton and surrounding areas. The price varies on the basis of course and service area. Please visit the Our Courses page to view pricing.
7. How can I book my road test?
Answer: There are two ways to book your road test.
Online: You can go to the Alberta Road Test Scheduler to book your road test.
In-Person: at an Alberta registry agent
8. How Often Should I Check My Tire Pressure?
Answer: A good rule of thumb is to inspect your tyres once a month (every 30 days) or whenever the weather changes dramatically.
9. When should you put winter tires on your car?
Answer: When the daytime temperature drops below 7°C. Click here to learn more about winter driving in alberta.
10. Winter tires give you how much more traction than all-?
Answer: Winter tire gives 50% more traction than all-season tires.
11. When should you consider installing a block heater in your vehicle?
Answer: When the temperature belows -15°C.
12. How often you should consider changing your car battery?
Answer: Every 3 – 5 years.
13. How long do demerits last in Alberta?
Answer: Demerits stay on your record for two years from the date of conviction, but you can get rid of three of them every two years by receiving a defensive driving certificate.
14. In Alberta, when should I switch from winter to summer tires?
Answer: We recommend changing tires once the temperature continually rises above 7 degrees.
15. Can I drive with winter tires in the summer?
Answer: You can, however using winter tires in the summer is not recommended. The rubber is engineered to operate best in the cold, as it is less effective at dispersing heat, increasing the risk of over-inflation and blowouts.
16. Is it worthwhile to attend driving school?
Answer: Attending a driving lessons is an excellent opportunity to learn about road safety, traffic laws, and how to properly interpret traffic signs. You avoid not only accidents but also the hassle that comes with breaking traffic rules.
17. What is the cost of basic Class 5 driving license in alberta?
Answer: Attending a driving lessons is an excellent opportunity to learn about road safety, traffic laws, and how to The exam cost is $140 and can be scheduled online or at a registry.