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There are seven types of driver’s licences in Alberta which allow drivers to operate different types of vehicles under different conditions. In some cases, a driver may have more than one class – for example, a taxi driver who has a motorcycle will need a Class 4, 6 driver’s licence.

Class 1   Can drive any class or vehicle, including motorcycle as a learner

Class 2   Can drive any vehicle that a Class 3, 4 or 5 driver can drive, plus Class 1 and Class 6 vehicles as a learner

Class 3   Can drive any motor vehicle that the holder of a Class 5 licence may drive; a single motor vehicle with 3 or more axles; a motor vehicle with 3 or more axles that is towing a trailer with one or more axles (if the trailer is not equipped with airbrakes); a Class 2 or 4 type vehicle without passengers (bus, taxi, ambulance); a Class 1, 2 or 6 vehicle as a learner

Class 4   Can drive a taxi, ambulance or bus (including a school or kindergarten bus) that seats fewer than 25 people including the driver; all motor vehicles included under Class 5; a Class 1, 2, 3 or 6 vehicle as a learner

Class 5 non GDL   Can drive a two-axle single motor vehicle; a motorhome without air brakes; a vehicle towing a trailer with one or more axles if the trailer is not equipped with airbrakes; a moped, a recreational vehicle, or any combination of recreational vehicles and a trailer, if the trailer has two axles or less, and isn’t equipped with airbrakes

Class 5 GDL   As above, with some restrictions: zero alcohol limit, cannot supervise a class 7 learner, cannot drive with more passengers than seat belts and licence will be suspended at 8 demerit points (rather than 15 for the Class 5 Non-GDL driver).

Class 6   Can drive a motorcycle or moped; all other vehicles under Class 5 as a learner (unless licenced with another class in addition to the Class 6 licence)

Class 7   Can drive any vehicle that a Class 5 driver can drive, but only under supervision of a driver over the age of 18 who holds a Class 5 non-GDL licence. Learner drivers cannot drive between 12 midnight and 5 am and are subject to the same additional restrictions of a Class 5 GDL driver.

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Classes of Alberta fake Driver’s Licences

There are seven types of saskatchewan drivers licence in Alberta which allow drivers to operate different types of vehicles under different conditions. In some cases, a driver may have more than one class – for example, a taxi driver who has a motorcycle will need a Class 4, 6 driver’s licence.

Class 1   Can drive any class or vehicle, including motorcycle as a learner

Class 2   Can drive any vehicle that a Class 3, 4 or 5 driver can drive, plus Class 1 and Class 6 vehicles as a learner

Class 3   Can drive any motor vehicle that the holder of a Class 5 licence may drive; a single motor vehicle with 3 or more axles; a motor vehicle with 3 or more axles that is towing a trailer with one or more axles (if the trailer is not equipped with airbrakes); a Class 2 or 4 type vehicle without passengers (bus, taxi, ambulance); a Class 1, 2 or 6 vehicle as a learner

Class 4   Can drive a taxi, ambulance or bus (including a school or kindergarten bus) that seats fewer than 25 people including the driver; all motor vehicles included under Class 5; a Class 1, 2, 3 or 6 vehicle as a learner

Class 5 non GDL   Can drive a two-axle single motor vehicle; a motorhome without air brakes; a vehicle towing a trailer with one or more axles if the trailer is not equipped with airbrakes; a moped, a recreational vehicle, or any combination of recreational vehicles and a trailer, if the trailer has two axles or less, and isn’t equipped with airbrakes

Class 5 GDL   As above, with some restrictions: zero alcohol limit, cannot supervise a class 7 learner, cannot drive with more passengers than seat belts and saskatchewan drivers licence will be suspended at 8 demerit points (rather than 15 for the Class 5 Non-GDL driver).

Class 6   Can drive a motorcycle or moped; all other vehicles under Class 5 as a learner (unless licenced with another class in addition to the Class 6 licence)

Class 7   Can drive any vehicle that a Class 5 driver can drive, but only under supervision of a driver over the age of 18 who holds a Class 5 non-GDL licence. Learner drivers cannot drive between 12 midnight and 5 am and are subject to the same additional restrictions of a Class 5 GDL driver.

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