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(QC) QUEBEC FAKE DRIVER’S LICENCE

(QC) QUEBEC FAKE DRIVER’S LICENCE

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Quebec Novelty Drivers License

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  • Farm Tractor (Class 8): Minimum age: 16.
  • Moped or Motorized Scooter (class 6D): Minimum age: 14.
  • Motorcycle (classes 6A, 6B and 6C): Minimum age: 16.
    • Class 6A: all motorcycles
    • Class 6B: cylinder size of 400 cc or less
    • Class 6C: cylinder size of 125 cc or less
    For all classes:
    • One must first obtain and hold a class 6R Learner’s Licence for at least one month; allows motorcycle operation only for purposes of a driving course or an official closed track test.
    • Have held a class 6A learner’s licence for at least 11 months and have passed the road test.
    • Have held a probationary licence (class 5) for 24 months, if one does not already hold a full class 5 licence.
  • Probationary Driver’s licence (Class 5): Minimum age: 16.
    Levels/steps of Class 5 licensing (comparable to a GLP):
    • Step 1:Register for a driving course at a driving school approved by the SAAQ/AQTR which includes both theory and practical lessons/instruction.
    • Step 2:Obtain a Class 5 Learner’s Licence; must have passed Phase 1 of approved driving course (5 theory modules). To obtain this licence one must pass a multiple choice road theory test. The permit issued allows the learning driver to drive on roads accompanied by someone with a full valid driver’s licence. While driving, the learner must maintain a 0% blood alcohol content level and is limited to 4 demerit points, which when reached, incurs a 3-month suspension and extension of the learning period by the same amount of time.
    • Step 3:Pass the knowledge/theory test; must have held a learner’s licence for at least 10 months.
    • Step 4:Pass the road/practical test; must have successfully completed the above mentioned driving course, have already passed the knowledge test and have held a Class 5 Learner’s Licence for at least 12 months
    • Step 5:Obtain a Probationary Licence; must have passed the road test. Valid for 24 months after which time a person is eligible for a full Class 5 Driver’s Licence.
    Restrictions: Probationary licence holders must have fewer than 4 demerit points entered on their driving record and are prohibited from driving after drinking alcohol. In addition, they may not serve as an accompanying rider to assist a learner.
  • Driver’s Licence (Class 5): Must have successfully completed the above steps and held a Probationary Driver’s Licence for 24 months.
    This Licence allows a person to operate the following types of vehicles:
    • Passenger vehicle, or any double-axle truck or road tractor with a net mass of less than 4,500 kg.
    • Motor home
    • Tool vehicle: motor vehicle, other than a vehicle mounted on a truck chassis, in which the work station is contained within the driver’s compartment (for the purposes of this definition, a truck chassis is a frame equipped with the combination of mechanical components required for a vehicle that is manufactured for the purpose of transporting people, goods or equipment)
    • Service vehicle: vehicle equipped to supply, repair or tow road vehicles;
    • Any vehicle covered by this class hauling a trailer or in the case of a motor home, another vehicle.
    • Vehicles covered under Classes 6D and 8
  • Taxicab (Class 4C): Requirements:
    • Must have held a Probationary Class 5 Licence for a minimum of 12 months.
    • Understand, speak and read French
    • Pass a test on regulations governing transportation by taxi
  • Small Bus or Minibus [fewer than 25 passengers] (Class 4B):
    • Must have 1 year of experience with a Class 5 licence.
    • School Minibus: An additional “certificate of competence” is required.
  • Emergency Vehicle (Class 4A):
    • Have two years’ experience under a probationary licence or class 5 driver’s licence,
    OR
    • Currently hold a probationary licence or Class 5 driver’s licence AND have passed an emergency vehicle driving course recognized by the SAAQ
  • Straight-Body Truck (Class 3): Requirements:
    • Must have 24 months’ cumulative Class 5 experience
    • Must have fewer than 4 demerit points on record
    • Not have had licence suspended or revoked during the previous two years as the result of accumulating demerit points or a driving-related Criminal Code offence
    • Pass the SAAQ’s vision test;
    • Submit a satisfactory medical report;
    • Pass the knowledge test
    • Pass both road tests. [Pre-trip inspection test+Heavy vehicle road test]

During the Learning period the applicant must have held a Class 3 learner’s licence for 3 months OR for 1 month if the applicant is aged 25 or over; or has 60 months’ cumulative experience as a holder of a Class 5 licence.

    • Endorsements involve Air brake system (F endorsement) and Manual transmission (M endorsement)
  • Bus (Class 2) [Seating capacity of more than 24 passengers]: Requirements:
    • Must have 24 months’ cumulative Class 5 experience
    • Must have fewer than 4 demerit points on record
    • Not have had licence suspended or revoked during the previous two years as the result of
      accumulating demerit points or a driving-related Criminal Code offence
    • Pass the SAAQ’s vision test;
    • Submit a satisfactory medical report;
    • Pass the knowledge test
    • Pass both road tests. [Pre-trip inspection test+Heavy vehicle road test]

During the Learning period the applicant must have held a Class 2 learner’s licence for 3 months OR for 1 month if aged 25 or over; or has 60 months’ cumulative experience as a holder of a Class 5 licence. An applicant who meets one of these three requirements, the one-month period may be substituted by a training program that includes at least 20 driving hours on the public roadway with a vehicle covered by a Class 2 licence. An additional ‘certificate of competence’ is required in the case of a school bus, and there are endorsements for Air brake system (F endorsement) Manual transmission (M endorsement)

  • Heavy Vehicle Combination (Class 1): Requirements:
    • Must have 36 months’ cumulative experience as a holder of a Class 5 licence OR
    • 24 months’ cumulative experience if he or she has completed the following training:
      • the truck driving training program which leads to the Diploma of Vocational Studies issued by the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport; or
      • a 300-hour driving course on the public roadway for heavy vehicles covered by class 1.
    • Must have fewer than 4 demerit points on record
    • Not have had licence suspended or revoked during the previous two years as the result of accumulating demerit points or a driving-related Criminal Code offence
    • Pass the SAAQ’s vision test;
    • Submit a satisfactory medical report;
    • Pass the knowledge test
    • Pass both road tests. [Pre-trip inspection test+Heavy vehicle road test]

During the Learning period the applicant must have held a class 1 learner’s licence for 3 months OR for 1 month if the applicant is aged 25 or over; or has 60 months’ cumulative experience as a holder of a class 5 licence; or is registered in the truck driving training program which leads to the Diploma of Vocational Studies issued by the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport and has successfully completed all mandatory sections of the program required to drive on the road without an accompanying rider; or already has a class 2 or 3 driver’s licence.

    • Endorsements involve Air brake system (F endorsement) and Manual transmission (M endorsement)
    • Quebec is the only province which DOES NOT suspend driver’s licences as a child support enforcement measure.

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