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.
Aggressive or angry behavior by a driver of an automobile. Such behavior might include rude gestures, verbal insults, deliberately driving in an unsafe or threatening manner, or making threats.
The lighting system of a motor vehicle consists of lighting and signalling devices mounted or integrated to the front, sides, rear, and in some cases the top of the motor vehicle. The purpose of this system is to provide illumination for the driver to operate the vehicle safely after dark, to increase the conspicuity of the vehicle, and to display information about the vehicle's presence, position, size, direction of travel, and driver's intentions regarding direction and speed of travel
Minimum age for applicants is 15 years and 9 months. If the student is under 18 years, his or her parent must co-sign the learner's permit application. Applicant must then pass all required tests.
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.