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CLASS 4

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How to get your Class 4 licenceIf you want to drive for a ride-hailing company, you’ll need a full (non-learner’s) Class 4 driver’s licence.What are the Class 4 licence requirements? •

  • A full-privilege B.C. driver’s licence (Class 5 or 6) or an out-of-province equivalent • Must be 19 years of age or older
  • Must have a minimum of two years of non-learner driving experience
  • A driving record with less than four penalty point incidents in the past two years
  • No driving-related criminal convictions within the past three years• Any fines and debts owed to ICBC must be paidSteps to getting your Class 4 licenceFirst, you’ll need to get your Class 4 learner’s licence. You’ll need to: –Pass a knowledge test–Have a vision test (at the Driver Licensing Office)–Disclose any medical conditions or physical disabilities that may affect your driving
  • Based on the information provided at the time of your application, a driver’s medical exam report may be required• If no known medical conditions exist, you will be issued a medical exam report at the road test, to complete and submit after that appointment• Note: The existence of a medical condition does not necessarily mean you will be ineligible for a commercial licenceNo appointment is needed to start your learner licence application. Visit an ICBC Driver Licensing office and bring with you:• Accepted primary and secondary ID• Any glasses or contacts you need for the vision screening• Payment for the knowledge test ($15)• If you moved from another province or country less than three years ago, bring your three-year driving recordWhen you’re ready to get your full Class 4 licence, you’ll need to: –Pass a Class 4 road test, including a pre-trip inspection test–Provide your driver’s medical exam (fee set by your doctor) after the road testUpon passing your road test, you’ll then hold a full Class 4 licence and can drive for a ride-hailing company.What to bring for your Class 4 road testAlong with your accepted ID and any glasses or contacts you need for your road test, please bring:• Payment for the road test ($40), commercial medical processing fee ($28), and fee for replacing your current licence with a Class 4 credential ($17 or $75 for new licence if current expiry date is within 6 months)• Your current licence and your commercial learner’s licence• A safe, reliable vehicle* for your road test*If you pass your test using a vehicle with a seating capacity of up to 10 (including the driver), you will receive a restricted Class 4 licence (the minimum required for ride-hailing). If you pass your test using a vehicle with seating for 11-25, an unrestricted Class 4 licence will be granted

https://www.icbc.com/insurance/commercial/Documents/how-to-get-your-class-4-licence.pdf

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