Ready to take the next step in getting your licence? Passing your novice (Class 7N) road test will take you out of the learner's stage of graduated licensing.
You'll be able to take your novice (Class 7N) road test after you've had your learner's (Class 7L) licence for at least 12 months.
An ICBC driver examiner will test you on your ability to perform various driving manoeuvres in a safe, smooth and controlled manner.
Your examiner will look for:
The test and examiner feedback takes about 45 minutes. See preparing for a road test for more information.
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When you come for your test, bring
The Class 7 road test must be booked in advance.
How can we help you on your road test?
We know road tests can be stressful. That's why our driver examiners want to help you feel more comfortable during your test.
Please print, fill in, and give this card to your driver examiner. It'll help them to answer any questions you might have and better understand your needs.
After passing your road test, you qualify for a Class 7N driver's licence and enter the novice (N) stage of graduated licensing.
If you don't pass, you may take the test again after 14 days for another $35 fee. Review your test results, study your driving guides, practice and try again when you feel ready.