How many questions are on the knowledge test in BC?

You’ll need to pass a written exam called ICBC Knowledge Test before you can receive your BC learner’s licence. You’ll take the 50 multiple choice questions test on a computer at your local driver licensing office and you’ll need to get 40 out of 50 questions right to get your “L”.

Can N driver use GPS?

If you have a Learner’s (L) or Novice (N) licence, you aren’t allowed to use any electronic devices (like phone or GPS) behind the wheel, for any purpose, even in hands-free mode.

How much is the N test in BC?

Knowledge tests & Learner’s licences

Fee for all knowledge tests (each attempt, including retests after learner expires) $15 (Seniors 65+ Free)
Class 7 or 8 photo learner licence, including renewals or replacement $10

How long do you have an N in BC?

At the end of one year, you are eligible to take the first road test to earn your Novice license. You must hold your Novice license for a period of two years before you are able to take the second road test.

Can N drivers drive at night?

You must be accompanied by a fully licensed (non-GDL probationary) driver who is 18 years of age or older and is seated next to you. You are not permitted to drive from midnight to 5 a.m.

Can you touch phone while driving?

Yes, unrestricted licence holders are not permitted to hold and use their phone while driving or riding. Mobile phone detection cameras enforce illegal mobile phone use anywhere, anytime across the NSW road network.

How do I prepare for my N road test?

Prepare for your N road test You can take your road test as long as you’ve had your L licence (learner’s) for at least 12 months and have stayed prohibition-free. To get ready for your test, be sure to get lots of on-road driving practice with a qualified supervisor and consider taking a driver training course.

What should I expect during my BC road test?

Be mindful of pedestrians and always signal! During your BC road test, it is important to appear confident. This means driving considerably below the speed limit is a no go. It can cause unsafe conditions and enrage other people around you. Likewise, there are times when it is better if you drive under the speed limit.

How long is the NE-BC Certification valid for?

After you fulfill all eligibility requirements and pass the certification examination, you are granted the credential NE-BC (Nurse Executive Board Certified). This credential and certification are valid for 5 years.

Is your vehicle ready for an ICBC road test?

ICBC Road Test: Make Sure Your Vehicle Is Ready Before the road test, the examiner will check some items on your vehicle. It’s worth it to take a few moments and check it out yourself well before the road test in case something needs attention. Here are some common reasons why ICBC cancels a road test due to vehicle condition: