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Originally posted by The Big O
How do you post if you live in China? I thought for sure they'd block this site.
Originally posted by AlphaHumana
Sardion, you live in Canada I assume, what does it cost to get a basic license (for a car, not a motorcycle) at your country's youngest possible age (in your currency, or whatever is most conveinent)? Personally I believe we should adopt what duckciao's British people must pay!!) (or more)
Drivers with less than 2 years experience
Ontario has a graduated license system in which drivers with less than 2 years experience are considered "new drivers" and must pass two levels of testing in order to be fully licensed. During this time, the temporary license will include restrictions relating to passengers, time of day you may drive, alcohol consumption, and highway access.
If you do not already have a driver’s license, or if you have a license but less than two years experience, contact the Ministry of Transportation for further information about the graduated license system.
Drivers with more than 2 years experience
If you have a license from another country and have more than two years driving experience, you are immediately eligible to take the Level Two exit test, which involves written and road tests. The cost for these tests and a five year license is $135. You must provide proof of experience (a license that has been valid for more than two years, an expired license covering that period, or a letter of confirmation from the authorities in your country).
When you write the written test, your licensing privileges will be reduced to G1 (must drive with another licensed G driver in the car) status until you have successfully graduated with the G class (full driving privileges).
- some states don't even require any kind of collision or liability insurance, for example!
Originally posted by Legend
The blinking yellow lights are supposed to be treated as stop signs.