Nunavut does not currently have a formal Nunavut graduated driving license program similar to the rest of the Canada, however, Nunavut does have two levels of licensing that new drivers must complete in order to get a Nunavut car or light truck drivers license (similar to the Nunavut graduated motorcycle license process)
In order to provide as much clarity as possible on getting a driving license in Nunavut, our team at ICanDrive.ca has put together a basic framework on the skills you need to master in order to eventually get your full Class 5 Nunavut car license.
Choose your next licence level to learn more
Trying to find the right information on how to get your car driving license in Nunavut can be a confusing process, so, in order to make things as simple as possible, our team has put together the requirements of each stage. The intention of passing through the two separate Nunavut graduated driving license stages is to help Nunavut drivers build driving skills that will help them remain safe and careful drivers in all road situations - to the benefit of all users of the road. Don't forget, a Nunavut driver's license comes with a great deal of responsibility, including having sufficient Nunavut car insurance and the appropriate documentation for your vehicle.
Class 7 Learner License → Class 5 Car License
In order to pass your Nunavut learners license test, you need to properly learn all Nunavut road signs and road rules. The Nunavut written test, is a multiple choice exam, that tests your understanding of how to correctly follow Nunavut road laws and drive within the required guidelines. A good way to determine whether you are ready for the Nunavut learners test, is to see how well you do on our free Nunavut Class 7 practice test series of tutorials.
Written Test + Vision test → Class 7 Learner License
You must be 16 to apply:
Getting Your Class 7 License:
Study The Nunavut Driver's Manual
Practice Nunavut Learners Tests
Pass the class 7 written test
Pass a vision test
Getting your Nunavut Class 5 license is the the final stage in the Nunavut car licensing process and allows you to drive without supervision or any restrictions on your licence.
Driving as a learner (1 month) + Class 7 road test → Class 5 licence
You must wait 1 month between licenses:
Here's how to get your Class 5 licence:
Practice driving with a supervisor
Take the Class 7 road test
You must be a resident of Nunavut to get a Nunavut driving license, but, depending on where in Canada you live, the process of getting your Canadian driver's licence can differ. Choosing your province or territory of residence below, allows us to direct you to the appropriate resources to get a driver's license in that part of Canada.