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Class 8L (Motorcycle Learner's Permit): This permit can be first obtained at age 16, just as the Class 7L. There are many restrictions until the rider passes a "Motorcycle skills Test", which is conducted on a parking lot and involves basic manoeuvring skills. After this test, the rider can ride alone, with much fewer restrictions.
Class 7L (Learner's Permit): This permit can first be obtained at age 16, and requires a person under the age of 19 to obtain consent from a parent or legal guardian. To obtain this permit, one must take a knowledge test, which requires 80% to pass. A person holding this licence must be accompanied by a fully licensed driver over 25. They may have one additional passenger, in addition to the supervisor. The driver must maintain a blood-alcohol count of 0 (i.e. none in their blood), display a large 'L' decal on the back of their vehicle, have no more than two passengers (including the supervisor), and must not drive between 12AM-5AM. The 7L licence is good for two years. After 12 months, the driver may take a 45-minute driving test to advance to the next level.
Class 7 (Novice Permit): Also called the "N" stage minimum age 17, the permit is obtained after completion of the Class 7L driving test. A Class 7 licence is good for five years, and the stage takes a minimum of two years to complete (Unless the person graduates from an accredited driving course, then it's 1.5 years). Drivers must display a large 'N' decal on the back of their vehicle. Restrictions include 0 blood alcohol and a limit of one passenger (the limit being waived for anyone in the immediate family, and entirely if a supervisor over the age of 25 with a valid class 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 licence is in the vehicle) Furthermore, any infraction of the traffic law by the possessor of a Class 7 Licence can result in a prohibition, after which the possessor must begin the Class 7N program from the start. After two years, the licence-holder may take the 45-minute Class 5 road test. Passage grants a full licence (a Class 5 passenger vehicle licence).
Class 6 (Motorcycle Licence): This licence allows the holder to operate a motorcycle with no restrictions.
Class 5 (Vehicle Licence): This is a passenger-vehicle licence. It has no additional restrictions, unlike the Class 7 licences.
Class 4 (Commercial) restricted: Permits the holder to operate taxis, limousines, ambulances, special buses used to transport people with disabilities and other special vehicles—also permits the holder to operate vehicles in Class 5. Minimum age: 19.
Class 4 (Commercial) unrestricted: in addition to the vehicles listed for Class 4 restricted above, this permits the holder to operate buses with a seating capacity of up to 25 including the driver.
Class 3 (Commercial, heavy trucks): Permits the holder to operate trucks with more than two axles, including dump trucks and large tow trucks—also permits the holder to operate vehicles in Class 5. Minimum age: 18.
Class 2 (Commercial, buses): Permits the holder to operate buses, including school buses, special activity buses and special vehicles—also permits the holder to operate vehicles in Classes 4 and 5. Minimum age: 19.
Class 1 (Commercial, semi-trailer): Permits the holder to operate semi-trailer trucks—also, permits the holder to operate all motor vehicles or combinations of vehicles except motorcycles. Minimum age: 19.