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Medical exams and road test re-exams

RoadSafetyBC may request that a driver have a medical exam or a road test re-exam to help determine their medical fitness to drive. In these cases, you’ll be informed by RoadSafetyBC by letter.

Medical exams, road tests and COVID-19

Masks and physical distancing are voluntary when visiting an ICBC location, but masks are required for road tests. Learn about the steps we're taking to ensure the health and safety of our employees, customers and partners.

You can also visit RoadSafetyBC for more information.


Driver medical exam

Learn what to do if you've been asked to complete a driver medical exam.

Enhanced Road Assessments

For Class 5 or 7 drivers (non-commercial vehicle drivers), if RoadSafetyBC needs to assess your medical fitness to drive, you may be asked to complete an Enhanced Road Assessment (ERA).

Re-exams for commercial drivers or motorcyclists

For commercial drivers (Class 1 to 4 licences) or motorcyclists (Class 6), find out what to expect if you're asked by RoadSafetyBC to complete a road test re-exam.

 

Expired licence?

If you need to complete a road test in order to renew an expired licence, find out what you need to do.

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