In Manitoba every new driving license applicant is automatically entered in to a GDL program(Graduated Driver Licensing). This system has two stages which require to be completed prior to receiving a full class 5 license. During the first stage, a driver has to pass a knowledge test consisting of Manitoba road rules and traffic signs questions. Upon successfully completion of this test a driver receives their Class 5 L(learners) license. For the second stage a driver has to pass a Manitoba road test. Once successfully passed a driver receive a class 5 intermediate license. A driver's education course can be taken prior to attempting the road test , from a driving schools in Manitoba. These courses consist of in-class theory and practice on the roads, which improves your everyday driving and defensive skills. Once a Class 5 intermediate license has been held suspension/traffic violation free for 15 months a driver is automatically graduated to a full class 5 license.
For more details visit: Manitoba Driver's License Website
Driver's license services are available at any Manitoba driver license offices.
It is essential to get some road practice before attempting the road driving test. Manitoba driving schools can provide you with the required training to be a better driver on Manitoba roads.
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