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Class One



Permits an operator to drive:
  • Any motor vehicle, or combination of vehicles, other than a motorcycle
  • Class 6 type vehicles, for learning only The minimum learning or licensing age is 18.

Class Two



Permits an operator to drive:
  • Any motor vehicle, or combination of vehicles, that the holder of a Class 3, 4 and 5 operator's license may operate:
  • Any bus
  • Class 1 and 6 type vehicles, for learner only The minimum learning or licensing age is 18. Requirements: vision screening, written
    and road test, and medical report, air-brake certificate for vehicle with air-brakes.
  • Vehicle for road test: a bus with a seating capacity exceeding 24 including the operator.

Class Three



Permits an operator to drive:
  • Any motor vehicle, or combination of vehicles that the holder of a Class 5 operator's license may operate
  • A single motor vehicle with three or more axles
  • A motor vehicle with three or more axles towing a trailer with one or more axles, if the trailer is not equipped with air-brakes
  • Class 2 and 4 type vehicles without passengers
  • All motor vehicles included under Class 1, 2 and 6 for learning only. No holder of a Class 3 operator's license shall operate a motor vehicle:
  • That has a seating capacity of more than 15, while that vehicle is transporting any person in addition to the operator
  • To transport passengers for hire The minimum learning or licensing age is 18. Requirements: vision screening, written and road test,
    air-brake certificate if the vehicle is equipped with air-brakes. Vehicle for road test: Any single motor vehicle having three or more axles.

Class Four



Permits an operator to drive:
  • A taxi, ambulance or bus (including school or kindergarten buses) where seating capacity is not over 24, excluding the operator
  • All motor vehicles included under Class 5
  • All motor vehicles included under Class 1, 2 and 6 for learning only The minimum learning or licensing age is 18. Requirements: vision screening, written test,
    medical report, road test required if operator does not hold a class 1, 2 or 3 license.
    Vehicle for road test: any two axle motor vehicle, excluding a motorcycle.

Class Five



Permits an operator to drive:
  • A two axle single motor vehicle, excluding a motorcycle
  • A two axle motor vehicle towing a trailer with one or more axles, if the trailer is not equipped with air-brakes
  • A recreational vehicle or any combination of a recreational vehicle and a trailer, if the trailer has not more than two axles and is not equipped with air-brakes
  • A moped
  • Class 1,2, 3, 4 and 6 type vehicles, for learning only No holder of a Class 5 operator's licence shall operate a motor vehicle:
  • That has a seating capacity of more than 15, while that vehicle is transporting any person in addition to the operator
  • To transport passengers for hire The minimum learning age is 14. The minimum licensing age is 16. Requirements: road test.
    Vehicle for road test: any two axle motor vehicle excluding a motorcycle.

Class Six



Permits an operator to drive:
  • A motorcycle or a moped
  • All motor vehicles under Class 5, for learning only The minimum learning or licensing age is 16.
    Applicants that have already been issued a class 5 license will require a class 6 knowledge test and road test.
    Clients who do not currently have any class of license will enter the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program and need to do a class 7 knowledge test* and vision screening.
    You must operate a motorcycle as a learner for a minimum of one year (please see Alberta's Graduated Drivers License Program on this page).
    To exit the learner stage and become a probationary rider, you must write a class 6 knowledge test* and take a class 6 road test.
    To exit the GDL program you must hold a probationary license for at least two years and pass an advanced road test. Vehicle for road test: motorcycle without sidecar