Once your licence suspension has ended, you can get your driver’s licence back by paying outstanding fines, visiting a driver’s licensing office and paying the relevant fees.
Drivers with suspensions of three years or more must take a road test and vision test.
If you have reached the end of a one-year suspension, you can reapply for your driver’s licence by following these steps:
If you have been suspended for three or more years, you must complete a re-examination for the class of licence that you held. The re-examination usually consists of a vision and road test. However, the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles may require further testing to meet driver-fitness guidelines.
You will also need to pay any outstanding fines or debts.
There may be additional requirements before you can get your licence back.
The amount of money you pay to the insurance company for your coverage. All premiums are pooled by the insurance company, which then uses that money to pay out claims. Learn more about how premiums are set