FREE Quebec Driving Practice Test Two 2018 | QC
Quebec Driver's LicenceTo graduate from your learner’s licence to a Class 5 probationary licence in Quebec, you’ll need to be at least 16 years of age, complete an approved driving course, have parental consent, and pass written and driving tests. You are eligible for the written knowledge test once you have held your learner’s licence for at least ten months. The exam is based on three driver’s manuals: the 2018 Quebec Driver’s Handbook, the Driving a Passenger Vehicle manual, and the Road Access Binder. The test is divided into three parts, and you’ll need to pass each section to be eligible for your probationary licence. A passing score for each category requires correctly answering 13 of the 16 questions on rules and regulations, 13 of the 16 questions on road signs and signals, and 26 of the 32 questions on road situations and behaviours. You can make an appointment with your local SAAQ service outlet online or over the phone for your test. Be sure to bring your learner’s licence and the $11.20 fee with you on test day; credit cards are not accepted. If you’re not able to pass the test on your first attempt, you’ll need to come back after 28 days to try again. Once you’ve passed your written exam, and after holding your learner’s licence for 12 months, you may take your driving test as the final step for your probationary licence. The driving test will cost $28, and the probationary licence will be $174.88. You can complete your studies to prepare for the written knowledge test by using practice tests like this one to help you retain the information and see what a real exam will be like beforehand. Rating: 4.6 out of 5 based on 7 votes.
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