Once you've built a good understanding of Yukon road signs and road rules, passed the Yukon class 7 learners license test and had an opportunity to practice your behind-the-wheel driving skills, it's time to start preparing to get a Yukon Class 5 Novice License. The Class 5 Novice license stage is designed to ensure that new Yukon drivers are able to demonstrate strong driving skills in a road test environment, and gets you one step closer to your final Yukon Class 5 licence - the final stage of the Yukon GDL.
16 years of age + practice drive (6 months) + 50 hours of driving + road test --> Yukon Class 5 novice licence
Before any driving examiner will give you a pass on the Yukon road test, you need to invest a lot of hours (50+) driving with a supervising driver in real world driving scenarios. (Remember, you must have appropriate documentation for your vehicle and adequate Yukon car insurance to legally drive on public roads.) The more you practice, the stronger the driving skills you will develop and the higher your chances of passing the Yukon Class 5 novice license road test on the first attempt. Explore the tabs below for more information.
Regardless of which kind of Yukon driver's licence you need to apply for, we can help make the process easier.