Driver licensing

Find a Service Location

​Prepare for your road test appointment​

Before you come to your road test, make sure you have the right ID, documentation, and that your vehicle is test-ready.​

What to bring to your road test

When you come for your test, be sure to bring:

Note: 

  • If you plan to use a vehicle from a car sharing co-op or company, please check in with them for more details.
  • You're not allowed to use any audio, video or other recording devices including GPS on your road test. This could lead to the cancellation of your road test appointment.

Prepare questions for your examiner

We want you to feel as prepared, confident and comfortable as possible. Come prepared with questions, and if you can, print and complete the ready for your road test card. It'll help your examiner to understand your needs and answer your questions before you start.

Vehicle safety checklist

You need to bring a safe, reliable vehicle for your road test. If it isn't safe (e.g. seatbelts not working, outstanding serious vehicle safety recall) or doesn't meet legal requirements, we may have to cancel your test.

10 most common reasons a vehicle might not be accepted for a road test:

 

1. Cracked or illegally tinted windshield or windows
2. Dash warning lights (e.g. air bag) that affect the safe operation of the vehicle
3. Seatbelts not working or frayed
4. Brake lights, signal lights or headlights not working or with badly cracked or missing lenses
5. Vehicle not properly licensed or insured
6. Unsafe or illegal vehicle modifications
7. Horn not working
8. Unsafe tires
9. Doors or windows not operating (e.g. doors don’t open from inside)
10. Gas tank or electric charge too low​

Rescheduling or cancelling your road test

We understand things come up. If you're going to cancel or rebook, please give 48 hours' notice to avoid a $25 cancellation fee.