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British Columbia has a graduated licensing program. As a new driver, you'll first need to your L (Class 7 learner's licence), then your N (novice licence), and then your full-privilege driver's licence (after passing your Class 5 test). You can get your L on or after your 16th birthday. To get your L, you must score a minimum of 40 out of 50 questions on the multiple-choice knowledge test. On average, it takes 25-26 minutes to complete. Roughly one in five questions on your official knowledge test will be about road signs. You'll be allowed to skip each question up to two times during the test. The official passenger vehicle and motorcycle knowledge tests are offered in 11 languages. These free practice knowledge tests have everything you need to help you prepare for and pass the knowledge test for your learner’s (Class 7L) licence. The questions are based on the real exam and have been updated for 2024. Just like the real knowledge test, these questions are based on the information in the ICBC driving guide, "Learn to Drive Smart".
BC driver's licence
British Columbia has a graduated licensing program. As a new driver, you'll first need to your L (Class 7 learner's licence), then your N (novice licence), and then your full-privilege driver's licence (after passing your Class 5 test). You can get your L on or after your 16th birthday. To get your L, you must score a minimum of 40 out of 50 questions on the multiple-choice knowledge test. On average, it takes 25-26 minutes to complete. Roughly one in five questions on your official knowledge test will be about road signs. You'll be allowed to skip each question up to two times during the test. The official passenger vehicle and motorcycle knowledge tests are offered in 11 languages. These free practice knowledge tests have everything you need to help you prepare for and pass the knowledge test for your learner’s (Class 7L) licence. The questions are based on the real exam and have been updated for 2024. Just like the real knowledge test, these questions are based on the information in the ICBC driving guide, "Learn to Drive Smart".
BC driver's licence
British Columbia has a graduated licensing program. As a new driver, you'll first need to your L (Class 7 learner's licence), then your N (novice licence), and then your full-privilege driver's licence (after passing your Class 5 test). You can get your L on or after your 16th birthday. To get your L, you must score a minimum of 40 out of 50 questions on the multiple-choice knowledge test. On average, it takes 25-26 minutes to complete. Roughly one in five questions on your official knowledge test will be about road signs. You'll be allowed to skip each question up to two times during the test. The official passenger vehicle and motorcycle knowledge tests are offered in 11 languages. These free practice knowledge tests have everything you need to help you prepare for and pass the knowledge test for your learner’s (Class 7L) licence. The questions are based on the real exam and have been updated for 2024. Just like the real knowledge test, these questions are based on the information in the ICBC driving guide, "Learn to Drive Smart".
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