Driving school in Saint John New Brunswick. Licensing in NB.
PPossession of a driver’s licence and the privilege of driving is a major responsibility. The Registrar of Motor Vehicles, under the authority of the Motor Vehicle Act issues, renews and suspends driver’s licences. Every person who operates a motor vehicle in New Brunswick must demonstrate that he/she has the qualifications necessary to safely operate a motor vehicle.
A valid driver’s licence for the class of vehicle being operated is a requirement of the law. You must always carry your driver’s licence when operating a vehicle and must produce it for inspection on the request of any peace officer or display it on request to any other driver with whom you may be involved in a collision.
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Note: As of June 1, 2009, all motorists in New Brunswick under the age of 21 must maintain a 0% Blood Alcohol Level while driving.
Class 7 Graduated Licence (Level I and II)
This is an instructional type of licence for the driver to acquire experience, over a minimum of 24 months, before becoming a fully licensed driver. While the holder of a graduated licence, the driver must maintain 0% blood alcohol content while driving and any breach of this condition will result in a one year suspension, followed by a return to the beginning of the graduated licence period with no credit given for a previously passed road test or driver training course.
Suspension for loss of all points will result in at least a three-month suspension followed by a return to the beginning of the graduated licence period with no credit given for a previously passed road test or driver training course.
• Applicant must be at least 16 years of age.
• Applicants under 18 years of age must have parental consent that must be witnessed by a non-relative.
• Must pass vision screening (20/40 best eye).
• Must pass written, basic, and signs tests.
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• Must be accompanied by only one passenger who has a Class 5 or better licence, at least three years of driving experience, and who is seated in the front passenger seat.
• Cannot drive between midnight and 5:00 a.m.
• Can be eligible to take the road test for Level 2 after eight months if graduated from a licensed driver training school or after 12 months if they have not.
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