FREE Yukon Driving Test Practice 2019 | YT
Yukon Driver's LicenceTo get a driver’s licence in the Yukon territory, you must complete their graduated driver’s licence program, beginning with a written knowledge test to qualify for a Class 7 Learner’s Licence. The knowledge exam is made up of two parts, each with 20 multiple-choice questions, based on the 2019 Yukon Driver’s Basic Handbook: Cars and Light Trucks. The two sections are split into basic driving knowledge and rules for safely operating a vehicle, and road signs. You’ll need to score an 80% on each section to pass and get your Learner’s Licence. You must be at least 15, pass your written knowledge test, and an eye exam to begin the licencing process. At your local Motor Vehicles office be sure to bring proof of your identity, residence, and a parent or legal guardian if you’re under 18, as well as the $20 testing fee, and $50 fee for the physical licence. Once you’ve earned your Learner’s Licence, you may begin practicing driving with a co-driver, who has held a full driver’s licence for at least two years. You’ll need to log a minimum of 50 hours of driving in a variety of conditions over at least six months before you may take your driving road test, for an additional $20. If you fail your written test on the first try, you may come back and try the next day again, but use this practice test as a helpful study guide to help you succeed on your first try.
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