If you are 16 years old or older, you can obtain your driver’s license in three easy steps. You first need to follow mandatory theoretical and practical classes to obtain your learners license. The second step is to then obtain your probationary license before finally receiving your regular driver’s license.
Register for courses at Driving School Liberté and start your phase 1 mandatory theoretical classes of the Road Safety Education Program (RSEP). These classes consist of 5 two hour sessions spread out over a minimum of 28 days. The last session is a classroom evaluation.
After passing your knowledge test, Driving School Liberté will give you a passing certificate.
The next step is to then go to a SAAQ branch for a vision test and to obtain your learner’s license. You need to bring with you the following documents:
After holding your learner’s license for 12 months, you will be allowed to pass the road test at the SAAQ and obtain your probationary license where you will be able to drive by yourself. Before taking the test, you need to complete the following steps:
Take the mandatory theoretical classes from the Road Safety Education Program Phases 2 – 4. You will also be taking in-car sessions.
Go to a SAAQ service center and take the knowledge test.
Complete your SAAQ road test.
After 24 months of having your probationary license you will obtain your regular driver’s license!