In Nova Scotia every new driving license applicant is automatically entered in to a GDL(Graduated License System). This system has three stages which require to be completed prior to receiving a full class 5 license. During stage one, a driver has to pass a knowledge test consisting of Nova Scotia road rules and traffic signs questions. Once passed a driver will receive a Class 7 learner license which needs to be held for 6 months. This time period can be reduced to 3 months by taking a recognized driving course from driving schools in Nova Scotia. For the second stage a driver has to pass the first Nova Scotia road test and once passed the driver will receive a class 5N license. For the third stage, a driver must complete driver training course(25hours theory and 10 hours of driving on the roads or complete 6 hours of defensive driving course. After completing this training a driver is eligible to take the second road test and upon successful completion of this test a driver receives a full Class 5 license.
For more details visit: Nova Scotia Driver's License Website
Driver's license services are available at any Nova Scotia driver license offices.
To book your driving test please visit: Book a road test - Nova Scotia
It is essential to get some road practice before attempting the road driving test. Nova Scotia driving schools can provide you with the required training to be a better driver on Nova Scotia roads.
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