Written tests for all classes including Air Brakes can be written anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday with no appointment necessary. Learner’s Exam – There are multiple language options for the Learner’s Exam (Class 7) depending on the language availability as well as headphones that read out the questions (only available in English.) Birth certificate, Passport, Citizenship or Permanent Residency card are required for identification as well as another acceptable piece of ID. The legal name that is shown on your primary ID must be used for your Driver’s license and in the Motor Vehicle System.
All operator services such as license renewals, address changes, name changes etc. must be done in person.
We offer Road Exams for Class 5 drivers license. Due to Covid-19 there are restrictions/limitations on other classes of Road Tests at this time. Please call our office for updated information as we work through the pandemic.
Road test permits must be booked on-line at:
Out of Provinces licenses, Reinstatements, application for restricted licenses – Ignition Interlock, current and overdue fines, Driver’s abstract’s.
Driver’s Abstracts are easiest to obtain when you can come into the office personally with acceptable ID. If that isn’t an option there are two alternatives. First you can have someone known to you come in on your behalf with a Driver Abstract Consent form filled out by you, then they will have to fill out a Driver Abstract Statement of Intent as well while in the office. Once that is done they will need to pay the fee and we will give them your Abstract. It’s up to them to get the abstract to you. The second option is to fill out the Notarized Request for Personal Driving and Motor Vehicle Information Form. This needs to be filled out, Notarized, then the original must be mailed to our office with a check or money order for the service amount including a stamped and addressed return envelope as we will need to mail your Abstract back to you.