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To legally drive a car in Canada, you’ll need a driver’s licence issued by the government of your province or territory. You must have it with you whenever you’re driving. With it, you can drive anywhere in Canada.
If you have a valid licence from your home country, you’ll probably be able to use this to drive in Canada for a short time after you arrive. Check with the government of your province or territory for details.
If you plan to use a foreign driver’s licence in Canada, you should get an International Driving Permit (IDP) in your home country. An IDP will give you a translation of your licence into French and English.
The process to get a driver’s licence in Canada depends on the province or territory where you live and on your driving background. It may include:
- a written exam on the rules of the road (you can get a study guide to help with this)
- one or two driving tests
You may choose to pay for driving lessons to get ready for the driving tests. Search online for lessons.
Once you have a licence, you will have to renew it every so often. The expiry date will be printed on your licence.
Can visitors get drivers license in Canada?
You must have a valid driver’s licence from another country to use an IDP inCanada. … You must apply for an IDP outside of Canada. IDPs issued in Canada are not valid in Canada.
How can I get driving license in Canada?
- take an eye test;
- bring original identification showing your legal name, date of birth and signature;
- bring your valid non-Ontario licence;
- bring any original supporting documents that show proof of your driving experience;