As a new driver, choosing a professional driving school is one way to help ready yourself safely for the road. A driver training course approved by the provincial government can teach you the skills and attitudes you need to be a safe and responsible driver.
A driver's permit, learner's permit or learner's license, is a restricted license that is given to a person who is learning to drive, but has not yet satisfied the requirements to obtain a driver's license. Having a driver's permit for a certain length of time is usually one of the requirements (along with driver's education and a road test) for applying for a full driver's license. To get a learner's permit, one must typically pass a written test about rules of the road, although the process varies between jurisdictions.
Parallel parking is a method of parking a vehicle in line with other parked cars. Cars parked in parallel are in one line, parallel to the curb, with the front bumper of each car facing the back bumper of the adjacent one. Parallel parking requires initially driving the car in reverse gear into the parking space.
Involves directing vehicular and pedestrian traffic around a construction zone, accident or other road disruption, thus ensuring the safety of emergency response teams, construction workers and the general public.
Provisional waiting period is usually associated with a conviction for moving violations. It can result with the need to restart the waiting period, and completion of remedial driver education classes. It can also result with suspension or revocation of your license.
Learner's permit allows a new driver to begin the learning process of operating a motor vehicle.
Learner's permit holders must be accompanied by a supervising driver who is 21 years or older and has held a license for a minimum of 3 years. The person must be seared beside the new driver at all times.